Antarctica: an encyclopedia, Volume 3

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McFarland, 1990 - History - 605 pages
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User Review  - benjfrank - LibraryThing

This 2-volume, 1700+ page work is a comprehensive gazetteer of the world's southernmost continent. With thousands of articles on geographic landmarks, historic expeditions, and polar wildlife ... Read full review

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As a homeschooling mom who is currently studying Antarctica right along with her children, I love this 2-volume set of encyclopedias! First, these hard-cover books are huge - over 1750 pages together ... Read full review

Contents

Chronology
1133
Expeditions
1161
Bibliography
1173
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

John Stewart is Professor of Speech Communication at the University of Washington and director of the basic interpersonal communication course. His other text is Bridges Not Walls

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