2 edition of Expeditions to the Canadian Arctic found in the catalog.
Expeditions to the Canadian Arctic
Patrick D. Baird
Reprinted from The Beaver for March, June and September, 1949.
|Other titles||Beaver. 1949|
|Statement||by P.D. Baird.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p. :|
|Number of Pages||16|
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Wilkins was originally seconded to Stefansson's Arctic Expedition for a year as its official photographer but circumstances forced him to stay in the Arctic for three years. He spent much of those extra two years in discussion with Stefansson, becoming his life-long friend. "The Making of an Explorer" describes Wilkins' successful expedition to Banks Island in in search of Stefansson and. Allie Schultz is a One Ocean Expedition staff member who has just recently finished her first voyage to the Canadian Arctic amongst many other special asked her a few questions about her experience with her first expedition on board the RCGS Resolute.
Welcome to Canadian High Arctic Adventures, Email Us. Menu. Book Now. Send Text. Send A Text. Email Us. Home. About. Arctic Hunts. Polar Bear. Musk Ox. Arctic Grizzly. Arctic Wolf. Trip Planner. Photos. Contact. Welcome to Canadian High Arctic Adventures! Where The Land Is Bigger Than The Dream. A visual history of Arctic exploration and how it has shaped the modern world. The discovery of HMS Erebus – a ship lost during Sir John Franklin’s expedition to find the Northwest Passage – reignited popular, economic, and political interest in the Arctic’s exploration, history, anthropology, and historical geography.
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Canada has more land mass in the Arctic region than any other country – but relatively little population base. Canada’s High Arctic includes lands in Northwest Territories, Yukon and Nunavut. There are more t islands in the remote Canadian Arctic Archipelago, of which Baffin Island, the fifth-largest island in the world, is just one.
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The expedition was originally to be sponsored by the (US) National Geographic Society and the American Museum of Natural took over the sponsorship because of the potential for discovery of new land and Stefansson, who though born in Canada was.
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"An outline of sea voyages and land expeditions carried out by explorers of the Canadian Arctic from the earliest times to the year " Description: 16 pages: illustrations, maps ; 29 cm. Series Title: The Beaver, March, June, September, Responsibility: by P.D.
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