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Riddle of the Ice: A Scientific Adventure into the Arctic

By: Arms, Myron

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, Anchor Books/Doubleday: 1998

Edition: First Printing

Seller ID: 05893

ISBN: 0385490925

Condition: Fine


267 pages, with Notes, Sources, and Bibliography. Illustrated with black & white photos and maps. A science mystery told as a captain's log. A journey into Baffin Bay in the Arctic, theories on Arctic ice production, and the signals it may be sending. View more info

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Arctic Assignment: The Story of the St. Roch

By: Farrar, Sgt. F.S., RCMP

Price: $12.50

Publisher: Toronto, The MacMillan Company of Canada Ltd: 1955

Seller ID: 05802

Condition: Very Good


Assumed first edition, no additional printings indicated. Jacket has a vertical tear length-wsie on front panel. Closed and looks good in a new archival protective cover. The jacket is also chipped and edge-worn. A volume in Great Stories of Canada, the historical series for young people. 180 pages, illustrations and endpaper maps. Story of a voyage on the St. Roch, a tiny wooden vessel, from Vancouver through the Northwest Passage. The intended 90-day journey took two ... View more info

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The Frozen Frontier

By: Liggett, Walter W.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York, Macaulay: 1927

Seller ID: 05801

Condition: Very Good


Light wear, bumpin to extremities. Previous owner names on front free endpaper, else clean and free of writing and marks. 304 pp., plus ads for novels by Elinor Glyn and Victoria Cross. View more info

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Karluk : The Great Untold Story of Arctic Exploration

By: McKinlay, William Laird

Price: $10.00

Publisher: London, Book Club Associates: 1976

Edition: BOOK CLUB EDITION

Seller ID: 02071

Condition: Very Good


Incredible story of survival after Stefansson's Arctic expedition (1913-1918) lost its lead ship, the Karluk, in the icy Arctic just as the expedition began. The author was among the crew on the Karluk and lived to tell this story. View more info