Hell on Ice: The Saga of the "Jeannette"

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Dodd, Mead & Company, 1938 - Arctic regions - 421 pages
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An account in fictional form of the 1879 expedition under Lieutenant Commander G.W. De Long, to reach the North Pole via the Bering Sea, narrated by chief engineer of the expedition, G.W. Melville

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User Review  - Karen - Goodreads

Incredible story of Arctic travel told from the fictionalized viewpoint of the engineer of the party. Ellsberg does a great job of it. The story makes you glad you've got food, clothing, and shelter ... Read full review

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User Review  - Scott Kennedy - Goodreads

A book my parents had on the shelf, one of my Dad's that I stole when I moved out. A really great true saga of an arctic expedition where they nearly all died but a few made it back to civilization ... Read full review

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