2 edition of first flight across the polar sea found in the catalog.
first flight across the polar sea
American edition (New York, George H. Doran company) has title: First crossing of the polar sea.
|Statement||by Roald Amundsen and Lincoln Ellsworth; with additional chapters by Joh. Höver, Hj. Riiser-Larsen, Gustav Amundsen, Finn Malmgren, B.L. Gottwaldt, with 39 illustrations and a chart.|
|Contributions||Ellsworth, Lincoln, 1880-1951.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||274 p. :|
|Number of Pages||274|
ACROSS THE POLE IN THE NORGE; Amundsen and Ellsworth Tell the Story of Their Great Flight FIRST CROSSING OF THE POLAR SEA. By Roald Amundsen and Lincoln Ellsworth. pp. Soon word was flashed around the world that the expedition, which had been thought to be lost, was safe at the tiny Alaskan village of Teller, population Ellsworth and Amundsen would eventually tell their story in a book entitled The First Flight Across the Polar Sea.
NOTE: This monograph, The First Flight Across the Atlantic, has been out of print for many years, and paper copies are no longer available through NHHC or the Government Printing Office. This electronic version has been placed online because it is an excellent reference source for information about early naval aviation in general. As an electronic document, there is a . The first flight across the polar sea / by Roald Amundsen and Lincoln Ellsworth; with additional chapters by Joh. Höver, Hj. Riiser-Larsen, Gustav Amundsen, Finn Malmgren, B. L. Gottwaldt, with 39 illustrations and a chart Amundsen, Roald, [ Book: ] At 6 libraries. The Arnold Court Collection on Polar Exploration contains books that focus on the many facets of early Arctic and Antarctic exploration. There are several books dedicated to the first flight across the Polar Sea, including books by the initial explorers themselves, Roald Amundsen and Lincoln Ellsworth.
Air pioneering in the Arctic: the two polar flights of Roald Amundsen and Lincoln Ellsworth. Part I: the flight from Spitzbergen to 88 ̊north; part II: The first crossing of the Polar Sea, by Lincoln Ellsworth (Book). The Open Polar Sea was a hypothesized ice-free ocean surrounding the North unproven (and eventually disproved) theory was once so widely believed that many exploring expeditions used it as justification for attempts to reach the North Pole by sea, or to find a navigable sea route between Europe and the Pacific across the North Pole. Lincoln Ellsworth ( – ) was a polar explorer from the United States and a major benefactor of the American Museum of Natural History. 5 External links. He was born on to James Ellsworth and Eva Frances Butler in Chicago, Illinois. He also lived in Hudson, Ohio as a child. He attended The Hill School and Born: , Chicago, Illinois.
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); and Davide Giudici, The Tragedy of the Italia: With the Rescuers to the Red Tent (). First crossing of the Polar Sea 3 editions - first published in The South Pole, Volume 2 2 editions - first published in My polar flight 2 editions - first published in The first flight across the Polar Sea 2 editions - first published in Ebook CROSSING OF THE POLAR SEA, Amundson & Ellsworth, Doubleday, Doran & Co.,vg (spine fade, yellowing pages, back half of dust jacket in tact see scan,), see scan, Their flight from Spitsbergen across the North Pole .