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Eskimo relics found at the junction of Lake Hazen and Ruggles River, Grinnell Land, June 1881.

Eskimo relics found at the junction of Ruggles River and Lake Hazen, July, 1882. (From a photograph.)

Fort Conger – south side

Fort Conger, Grinnell Land, May 20, 1883

Eskimo Jens returning from seal hunt. (From a photograph.)
Discoveries made in the Interior of Grinnell Land by 1 st Lieut. A.W. Greely, U.S. Army.

Sea face of ice-foot at Distant Cape. (From a photograph.)

Floe-berg at Cape Baird showing stratification. Height of Floe-berg about 25 feet above Main Pack. [From a drawing by Sergeant Gardiner.]

A paleocrystic block, Breakwater Point, Lady Franklin Bay. (From a photograph.)

Pyramid Floeberg. [From a Photograph.]

Schneider Hauling Ice with Puppy-team.

North side of Carl Ritter Bay, Kennedy Channel. (From a photograph.)

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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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