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Greely, A.W. 1886. Three Years of Arctic Service. London: Richard Bentley and Son.
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Three-man Buffalo Sleeping-bag.

“The Arctic Highway ”—rubble and hummocky ice. (From a photograph.)

Dr. Pavy’s Party Starting North, March 19, 1882 . [From photograph by Sergt. Rice.]

Dr. Pavy and Jens Skinning Seal. [ Fort Conger, May, 1882.]
Lieutenant Greely and party starting for exploration of Grennell Land, April, 1882. (From a photograph.)

Henrietta Nesmith Glacier. [Showing eastern edge crowding against the mountains.]

Icebergs, from a Photograph.

Lieutenant James B. Lockwood. (The leader to the Farthest North.)

An Arctic Wolf, killed near Fort Conger. [From a photograph.]
Lieutenant Lockwood, Brainard, and Christiansen returning from 83° 24’ N. (From a photograph.)

Long and Whisler returning from Archer Fiord, May, 1882. (From a photograph.)

Map of Discoveries in Grinnell Land .
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