Hero in disgrace: the life of arctic explorer Frederick A. Cook

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Paragon House, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 250 pages
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Examines the exploits of the explorer Frederick A. Cook and offers new evidence supporting his claim to discovery of the North Pole

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HERO IN DISGRACE: The True Discoverer of the North Pole, Frederick A. Cook

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Another entry in the endless furor over who really discovered the North Pole. New navigational computations in 1989 by polar expert Wally Herbert have badly damaged Admiral Robert Peary's claim to ... Read full review

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Skill Patience and Coolness
6
The Split
16
A Long Antarctic Night
28
Copyright

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