Narrative of the second Arctic expedition made by Charles F. Hall: his voyage to Repulse bay, sledge journeys to the straits of Fury and Hecla and to King William's land, and residence among the Eskimos, during the years 1864-'69. Edited under the orders

; Nourse, J. E. (Joseph Everett), 1819-1889, ed ; United States Naval Observatory ; United States. Navy Department
Washington, Govt. Print. Off., 1879.

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Other Authors Nourse, J. E. 1819-1889,
United States Naval Observatory
United States. Navy Department.
Subjects Arctic regions.
Eskimos.
Franklin, John, Sir, 1786-1847
United States -- Exploring expeditions.
Description 5 p. ., L., xlviii, 644 p. front., illus., plates, ports., maps (part fold.) fold. facsim. 27 cm.
Notes Edited from Hall's manuscripts, which were purchased by the government.
This expedition, like his expedition of 1860-1862 was supported by private subscriptions, and both were undertaken to search for the records of the Franklin expedition and "to promote and benefit the cause of geography, navigation, natural history and science.
"Principal English Arctic publications between the years 1818 and 1860": p. xlv-L.
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