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Greely, A.W. 1886. Three Years of Arctic Service. London: Richard Bentley and Son.
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Plan of House at Fort Conger.

Musk ox killed near Fort Conger.

Lake Alexandra, near Discovery Harbor, looking west. (From a photograph.)

The Frog. [A Floeberg in Robeson Channel, May, 1882.]

Observer making Temperature Observations at Fort Conger .

Game-stand at Conger, with Bellot Island in background. (From a photograph.)

Making ready for a sledge journey from Fort Conger. (From a photograph.)

Ice-foot and pressed up ice, Cape Murcheson, Robeson Channel. (From a photograph.)

Lieutenant Greely’s corner, at Fort Conger. (From a photograph.)

Lunar Halo at Fort Conger, February 1, 1882.

Arctic clouds over Bellot Island. (From a photograph.)

Field Cooking Apparatus.
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