Northwest Passage: The Quest for an Arctic Route to the East
Chronicles the successes and failures of legendary explorers, including Martin Frobisher, John Davis, William Edward Parry and John Franklin. Includes maps, archival prints and photographs, and colour photographs giving a contemporary view of the region's wildlife, landscape and people.
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Water and Ice I
Across the Barren Lands of North America
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