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Pressed-up floeberg, Breakwater Point, Lady Franklin Bay, June, 1882. (From a photograph.)

Chandler Fjord, looking westward; Ida Bay to extreme left. (From a photograph.)

Paleocrystic ice in Robeson Channel. (From a photograph.)

Plan of winter quarters at Camp Clay .

Modern Greenland and ancient Eskimo sled. (From a photograph.)

Arctic Highlander from Cape York . (From a photograph by the Relief Expedition.)

Arctic Highlanders from North Star Settlement, Saunders Island. (From a photograph by the Relief Expedition.)

Eskimo kayakers of the coast of Disko. (From a photograph.)

Godthaab, Greenland, International Station, 1882-83. [Farthest point reached by Davis, 1585. ]

General view of Godhavn, Greenland, from adjacent cliffs. (From a photograph.)

 


Arctic Belles.
Upernavik. [The most northerly civilized settlement in the whole world.]

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This project supported by the NOAA Arctic Research Office
Contact: Kevin R. Wood and James E. Overland
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