4 edition of The Franklin era in Canadian arctic history, 1845-1859 found in the catalog.
The Franklin era in Canadian arctic history, 1845-1859
|Statement||edited by Patricia D. Sutherland.|
|Series||Mercury series / National Museum of Man,, Collection Mercure / Musée national de l"Homme, Archeological Survey of Canada paper,, no. 131 =, Commission archéologique du Canada dossier ;, no 131, Mercury series., Archaeological Survey of Canada paper ;, no. 131.|
|Contributions||Sutherland, Patricia D.|
|LC Classifications||G660 .F73 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 220 p. :|
|Number of Pages||220|
|LC Control Number||86163356|
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Franklin Era in Canadian Arctic History, Book Description: Sixteen papers from the multidisciplinary symposium entitled “The Franklin Era in Canadian Arctic History, " held in Ottawa, Ontario.
Sixteen papers from 1845-1859 book multidisciplinary symposium entitled “The Franklin Era in Canadian Arctic History, ” held in Ottawa, Ontario. The papers address a wide range of research topics and issues surrounding the disappearance of Sir John Franklin and his third expedition to the Canadian Arctic,and the subsequent Author: Patricia D.
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This volume consists of 16 papers which were the result of a symposium on the Franklin era held at the National Museum of Man. In the British government. First Edition from Bjarne Tokerud Bookseller. You Searched For: THE FRANKLIN ERA IN CANADIAN ARCTIC HISTORY Sutherland, Patricia, ed.
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Patricia Sutherland's The Franklin Era in Canadian Arctic History (Ottawa: National Museum of Man Mercury Series No. ) provides 16 eclectic essays on this subject. The Franklin expedition set sail in in search of the Northwest Passage through the Canadian Arctic.
During the first winter in the Arctic, three crewmen died of unknown causes. Beattie, O. B (). Elevated bone lead levels in a crewman from the last Arctic Expedition of Sir John Franklin. In P. Sutherland (ed.): The Franklin Era in Canadian Arctic History: – Ottawa: National Museum of Man, Mercury Series Archaeological Survey of Canada Paper No.
pp. – Google ScholarCited by: 3. Sutherland does not believe that piece of Arctic hare fur cordage was the work of the Dorset, but was the work of a European; the international Helluland Project, organised by Sutherland, was to have published a book on her findings.
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Arctic climate during the Franklin era as deduced from ice cores. In P. Sutherland (Ed.), The Franklin era in Canadian Arctic history, –, National Museum of Man Symposium, Ottawa, June 7–8, Cited by: 8. The Franklin Expedition ofwhich had ended in the death of all of its participants, received special praise.
It was probably not the first time in the course of British history, and certainly not the last, that the reality of failure was transmuted into the image of heroism. (In Sutherland, Patricia D - The Franklin Era In Canadian Arctic History, National Museum of Man, x.
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Pyszczyk. Savelle, J. Effects of nineteenth-century European exploration on the development of the Netsilik Inuit culture. In Sutherland, P. (Ed.), The Franklin Era in Canadian Arctic History – (pp. Archaeological Survey of Canada Paper Ottawa: National Museum of Man. Google Scholar Schwatka, F.
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