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Shackleton's Boat Journey

Frank Arthur Worsley - Biography & Autobiography - 1998 - 220 pages
A first-hand account of the voyage to safety, led by Worsley, of six men stranded for six months on the Antarctic ice pack when their expedition's ship was crushed by the ice
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Endurance: ShackletonŐs Incredible Voyage

Alfred Lansing - History - 2014 - 416 pages
Describes how the ship of polar explorer Ernest Shackleton became immobilized by ice for 10-months on his 1914 expedition to Antarctica, resulting in an 850-mile journey back ...
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Under Sail in the Frozen North

Frank Arthur Worsley - Arctic regions - 1927 - 299 pages
Account of British Arctic Expedition, mainly Svalbard, in 1925.
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South: A Memoir of the Endurance Voyage

Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton - Biography & Autobiography - 1998 - 380 pages
Recounts the author's South Pole expedition, where his ship sank, leaving himself and his crew marooned
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Polar Castaways: The Ross Sea Party (1914-17) of Sir Ernest Shackleton

Richard McElrea, David L. Harrowfield - History - 2004 - 315 pages
"When Sir Ernest Shackleton's dreams of crossing Antarctica foundered with his expedition ship Endurance in the ice of the Weddell Sea in October 1915, he could only wonder ...
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Shackleton's Forgotten Expedition: The Voyage of the Nimrod

Beau Riffenburgh - History - 2005 - 384 pages
Using extensive research and firsthand accounts, Riffenburgh provides fascinating insight into the age of British exploration and empire through the vivid and gripping story of ...
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Pilgrims on the Ice: Robert Falcon Scott's First Antarctic Expedition

History - 2008 - 334 pages
Robert Falcon Scott?s 1901?4 expedition to the Antarctic was a landmark event in the history of Antarctic exploration, creating a sensation comparable to the Arctic efforts of ...
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Polar Pioneers: John Ross and James Clark Ross

Maurice James Ross - History - 1994 - 435 pages
During the first half of the nineteenth century British explorers eagerly sought the Northwest Passage, making great advances in exploring and charting polar regions. Polar ...
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