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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.

The rescue, June 23, 1884.

The relief squadron of 1884 at Godhavn, Greenland. (From a photograph.)

Eskimo pastor at the grave of Christiansen, Godhavn. (From a Relief Squadron photograph.)
Photograph showing the “nip” which destroyed the Proteus.

Proteus
at head of Melville Bay.

On retreat in boats near Conical Rock near Cape Dudley Digges.

Proteus
July 23 rd the morning of the day when she in the evening was crushed.

Hole which Proteus left in sinking boats in ice in background.

English cache at Carey Island.

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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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