Captain Francis Crozier: Last Man Standing?

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Collins, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 242 pages
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Irishman Francis Crozier was a major figure in 19th century polar exploration. He led a courageous battle in the freezing Arctic wilderness trying to bring his men to safety. According to legend, he was last to die - the last man standing.

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User Review  - noblechicken - LibraryThing

It's really refreshing to get a different kind of perspective on the doomed Franklin Expedition. A biographical sketch of the man who the expedition fell to after Franklin perished. He was the man ... Read full review

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User Review  - Angela Wade - Goodreads

Strangely filled with typos (one map lists the ships as being lost in *1448*), but the writing, itself, is engaging. Love the little historical tidbits - some I haven't come across before. Read full review


A Modest Unassuming Man
A Bond with History
Birthplace of Francis Rawdon Moira Crozier in Banbridge County Down

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Michael Smith is Professor of Philosophy and Head of the Philosophy Program, Research School of Social Sciences, at the Australian National University.

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