5 edition of To the Arctic by Canoe 1819-1821 found in the catalog.
by McGill-Queen"s University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||217|
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Three surviving journals from this expedition were recently published together as a collection by McGill-Queen's: Arctic Artist: The Journal and Paintings of George Back, Midshipman with Franklin, ; To the Arctic by Canoe, The Journal and Paintings of Robert Hood; and Arctic Ordeal: The Journal of John Richardson, the. To the Arctic by Canoe, by C. Stuart Houston (Editor); Walter O. Kupsch (Foreword by); Michael R. Best (Preface by) Call Number: E-book ISBN: Author: Daniel O'Connell.
Is a casuality but I´ve recently discovered, reading the book "To the arctic by canoe The journals and paintings of Robert Hood" by Houston, that Robert Hood made similar considerations or conclusions at his arrival at York Factory as that that John Ross made although for different purposes. To the Arctic by Canoe ; The Journal and Paintings of Robert Hood (midshipman with Franklin). McGill-Queen’s University Press (). Jenkins, McKay. Bloody Falls of the Coppermine. Random House, New York (). Ed note: Coppermine-specific but of general interest. Keith, Darren.
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To the Arctic by Canoe The Journal and Paintings of Robert Hood, Midshipman with Franklin by Stuart Houston (Author)Cited by: At length, Mr. Franklin determined to proceed to Cumberland House, by the rivers affording communication; to winter at that place, and, in the spring ofto commence our journey towards the Arctic Sea.
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About this product. To the Arctic by Canoe | When supplies ran out, the return trek across the Barrens became one of the most tragic incidents in the history of Arctic exploration. Robert Hood was one of those who perished on this trip.
Weakened by starvation, he was shot through the head by a member of the party turned cannibal. To the Arctic by canoe, the journal and paintings of Robert Hood, midshipman with Franklin. [Robert Hood; C Stuart Houston] -- Hood's journal, as a member of Franklin's first expedition, showing an appreciation of the beauty as well as the harshness of his surroundings.
More by Author To the Arctic by Canoe records the experiences of a remarkable young adventurer during the first overland Arctic expedition led by Sir John Franklin. This expedition was the first to travel the northern coast of North America's Arctic; in two birch-bark canoes the party surveyed no less than miles of Arctic coastline.
To the Arctic by canoe, the journal and paintings of Robert Hood, midshipman with Franklin. [Robert Hood; C Stuart Houston] -- "To the Arctic by Canoe records the experiences of a remarkable young adventurer, Robert Hood, during the first overland Arctic expedition led by Sir John Franklin.
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The Arctic Prairies: a Canoe-Journey of 2, Miles in Search of the Caribou; Being the Account of a Voyage to the Region North of Aylemer Lake Language: English: LoC Class: F North America local history: Canada: Subject: Mackenzie (N.W.T.) -- Description and travel Subject: Alberta -- Description and travel Subject.
The Arctic Yearbook is the outcome of the Northern Research Forum and the University of the Arctic Thematic Network (TN) on Geopolitics and g: Canoe. Books Advanced Search Amazon Charts Best Sellers & more Top New Releases Deals in Books School Books Textbooks Books Outlet Children's Books Calendars & Diaries To the Arctic by Canoe The Journal and Paintings of Robert Hood Midshipman with Franklin.
by Robert Hood and C. Stuart Houston | 1 Jan The Arctic prairies: a canoe-journey of 2, miles in search of the caribou; being the account of a voyage to the region north of Aylmer Lake by Ernest Thompson Seton; 18 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book, Caribou, Deer hunting, Description and travel, Hunting, Mackenzie (N.W.T.); Places: Alberta, Canadian Northwest, Mackenzie, Mackenzie (N.W.T.).
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