The Polar and Tropical Worlds: A Description of Man and Nature in the Polar and Equatorial Regions of the Globe

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Bill, Nichols & Company, 1872
 

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Arctic Clothing
29
Arctic Moonlight
30
Aurora seen in Norway
31
Aurora seen in Greenland 82
32
CHAPTER II
34
Group of Reindeer
35
Elks
39
The Muskox
40
Argali
41
The Snowy Owl
42
Bernide Goose
44
THE ARCTIC SEAS
45
Among Hummocks
46
Drifting on the Ice
47
Gothic Icebergs
48
Icebergs Aground
49
Icebergs and Glacier Frobisher Bay
51
Glacier B ite Inlet
52
3 Scaling an Iceberg
53
An Arctic Channel
56
Open Water
57
Glacier Discharging
58
CHAPTER IV
59
The Whale
60
The Narwhal
61
Walruses on the Ice
63
Home of the Polar Bear
65
The Gull
67
CHAPTER V
68
Effigy in Lava
70
The Strokkr
72
Entrance to the Almannagja
73
The Alm mnagja
74
The Tintron Rock
76
Icelandic Horses
77
Shooting Reindeer
82
The Kiderduck
83
The Jyrfalcon
85
The Giant Auk
86
CHAPTER VI
89
Thingvalla Logberg and Almannagja
92
CHAPTER VII
98
Governors Residence Reykjavik
99
Icelandic Houses
103
Church at Thingvalla
104
The Pastors House Thingvalla
106
The Pastor of Thingvalla
107
Bridge River Iceland
111
Icelandic Bog
113
THE WESTMAN ISLANDS
114
Westman Isles
115
Home of Seabirds
118
CHAPTER IX
120
Fishing in Norway
122
Steaming Along the Coast
123
The Puffin
125
The Dovrefjeld
127
CHAPTER X
131
Magdalena Bay Spitzbergeu
134
Burial in Spitzbcrgen
139
Arctic Fox
140
Chase of the Walrus
143
A glimpse of Jan Meyens Island
145
CHAPTER XI
147
CHAPTER XII
156
MATTHIAS ALEXANDER CASTREN
168
CHAPTER XIV
179
CHAPTER XV
185
Group of Kirghis
188
CHAPTER XVI
191
The Beach at Nicolayevsk
196
On the Amoor
198
Koriak Vourt
199
Kamchatka Sables
201
Siberia Its immense Extent and Capabilities The Exiles Mcntschikoff Dolgorouky Munich
204
Siberian Peasant
207
View of Irkutsk
209
For what Purpose was MiddendorfTs Voyage to Taimurland undertaken ?Difficulties and Obstacles
220
CHAPTER XIX
228
A Jakut Village
229
Their Relationship to the Mantchou Dreadful Condition of the outcast Nomads Character
244
Berings Monument at Petropavlosk
248
CHAPTER XXIII
254
View of Petropavlosk
256
Dogs Fishing
259
Dogs Towing Boat
260
The Land of the Tchuktchi Their independent Spirit and commercial Enterprise Perpetual Migra
262
Tchuktchi Canoe
263
Tchuktchi Pipe
264
CHAPTER XXV
268
View of Sitka
270
A Baidar
272
CHAPTER XXVI
277
The Frozen Yukon
279
Underground House
280
CHAPTER XXVII
290
CHAPTER XXVIII
304
Winter Hut of Hunters
309
Fort Edmonton North Saskatche wan
311
Traders Camp
312
Swamp formed by Deserted Bearer Dam
314
CHAPTER XXIX
319
Herd of Bisou
320
Driving Bison over a Precipice
321
CHAPTER XXX
327
The Countries they inhabit Their Appearance and Dress Their Love of Finery Condition of
331
CHAPTER XXXIII
344
CHAPTER XXXIV
365
CHAPTER XXXV
376
CHAPTER XXXVI
382
Comparative View of the Antarctic and Arctic Regions Inferiority of Climate of the former Its
391
CHAPTER XXXVIII
401
CHAPTER XXXIX
408
A Highway of Commerce
416
CHAPTER XL
417
CHAPTER XLI
425
Fuegian Traders
427
A Fuegian and his Food
429
Starvation Beach
432
CHAPTER XLII
433
Hall and Companions in Innuit Cos tume 484
434
Kudlago
436
Greenland Currency
437
Engraved by an Innuit
438
Festival of the Birthday of the King of Denmark
439
Preparing Bootsoles
440
Wreck of the Rescue 411
442
Stormbound
443
Fighting for Food
445
Through the Snow
446
Waiting by a Sealhole
447
Looking for Seals
448
Innuit Strategy to Capture a Seal
449
Sealhole and Igloo
450
Dog and Seal
451
Spearing through the Snow
452
Dogs and Bear
453
Barbekark and the Reindeer
454
Spearing the Walrus
455
Innuit Igloos
456
Walrus Skull and Tusks
457
Innuit Implements
458
Finding the Dead
461
Innuit Summer Village
462
Returning to the Ship
463
Over the Ice
464
The Frozen Sailor
465
Farewell of the Innuits
467
Elephants Tied Up
470
THE OCEAN AND ATMOSPHERE OF THE TROPICAL WORLD
471
CHAPTER
480
The Puna of Peru
481
Fountain of the Incas
488
Ascending the Andes
490
The Dry Season Effects
499
CattleIIunting on the Pampas
501
Natives of the Kalahari
503
CHAPTER IV
514
CHAPTER V
525
Forest on Panama Railroad
526
Baobab Tree with the Grave of Mrs Livingston
528
Avenue of Palms Rio de Janeiro
539
Rice Aspects of RiceFields at Different Seasons The RiceFields of Ceylon Ladang
545
Siesta on the Amazon 654
554
SUOARCOFFEECHOCOLATECOCASPICES
559
RobberCrab of the Malay Archipel ago
580
CHAPTER VIII
581
Leaf Butterfly
583
Mosquito Natural Size and Magni fied
585
CHAPTER IX
594
A Termite Citadel
603
Aard Vark or EarthHog
609
CHAPTER X
616
Rattlesnake Charming a Rabbit
623
Snake Charming a Squirrel
624
Killing the SnakeCentral Africa
628
CHAPTER XI
635
Alligator and Crane
637
CHAPTER XII
645
Natives of Aru shooting the great Bird of Paradise
654
African WeaverBirds
660
CHAPTER XIII
669
Female Gorilla and Young
680
Female OrangOutang
681
TROPICAL BEASTS AND BIRDS OF PBJCY
693
Lions Pulling Pown a Giraffe
699
CHAPTER XV
712
An Obstinate Brute
720
A Little HeadWork
721
Chase of the Wild Boar 736
757

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