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Greely, A.W. 1886. Three Years of Arctic Service. London: Richard Bentley and Son.
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Sergeant Joseph Elison.

Interior of our winter hut at Camp Clay, during cooking, 1883. (Ed. note: an interpretive drawing made under the direction of A.W. Greely.)

Our first funeral—January 20, 1884. (Ed. note: an interpretive drawing made under the direction of A.W. Greely.)

Hospital Steward Bierderbick.

Life-boat Cove. (From a photograph.)

Sergeant George W. Rice, our Photographer.

Sergeant Julius R. Frederick. [From a Photograph.]

The death of Rice—Baird Inlet, April, 1884. (Ed. note: an interpretive drawing made under the direction of A.W. Greely.)

Long and Jens killing the bear—April 11, 1884. (Ed. note: an interpretive drawing made under the direction of A.W. Greely.)

The death of Jens. (Ed. note: an interpretive drawing made under the direction of A.W. Greely.)

Sergeant David L. Brainard. [Sole survivor of those who reached the Farthest North.]

Private Maurice Connell.
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