Book Description

First edition. 8vo. pp. xix, 287; numerous illustrations from photographs, two full-page maps; very good in the original blue cloth, gilt. Signed by Macmillan twice, to each free endpaper.
Dealer Notes
An account of a voyage to Etah, North West Greenland, on the Bowdoin under the auspices of the Carnegie Institution and the National Geographic Society. As well as scientific work on terrestrial magnetism and atmospheric electricity, the expedition erected a memorial at Cape Sabine to Greely's expedition. The expedition wintered in 1923-24 on Inglefield Gulf. Macmillan had previously accompanied Peary on his 1908-9 North Pole expedition.
Author Macmillan, Donald Baxter.
Date 1927
Binding Original cloth, gilt
Publisher New York: Houghton Mifflin Company
Condition See description
Pages pp. xix, 287

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