American Explorations in the Ice Zones: The Expeditions of De Haven, Kane, Rodgers, Hayes, Hall, Schwatka, and De Long; the Relief Voyages for the Jeannette by the U. S. Steamers Corwin, Rodgers,and Alliance; the Cruises of Captains Long and Raynor, of the Merchant Service; the Greely Expedition and Rescue of the Survivors; the Discoveries of Lieutenant Lockwood, and the Naval Explorations in Alaska Under Lieutenants Ray and Stoney. With a Brief Notice of the Antarctic Cruise Under Lieutenant Wilkes, 1840, and of the Locations and Objects of the U. S. Signal Service Arctic Observers
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