Carsten Egeberg Borchgrevink 1 December 1864 – 21 April 1934 was an Anglo-Norwegian polar explorer and a pioneer of modern Antarctic travel. He was the precursor of Sir Robert Falcon Scott, Sir Ernest Shackleton, Roald Amundsen, and others associated with the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration.From 1898 to 1900, he led the British-financed Southern Cross expedition, which. Published works, First on the Antarctic continent. Being an account of the British Antarctic Expedition, 1898-1900 by Carsten Egeberg Borchgrevink, C. Hurst and Co. London 1980 SPRI Library Shelf 79108[1898-1900] The voyage of the Antarctic to Victoria Land by Carsten Egeberg Borchgrevink, in 'Report Sixth International Geographical. Borchgrevink C.E., First On The Antarctic Continent. Being An Account Of The British Antarctic Expedition 1898-1900, George Newnes, 1901 First Edition, xvi, 333pp, 31pp adverts, 186 illusts, 3 folding maps, mint new cloth binding with gilt titling, exlibrary, usual stamps, large tear on one leaf repaired, internally near VG. Borchgrevink, C. E. 1896. The first landing on the Antarctic continent, being an account of the recent voyage of the whaler “Antarctic ”. Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, NS, Vol 29, p 432 –48. Belgian Antarctic Expedition / Borchgrevink - Southern Cross - 1898-1900 British Antarctic Expedition Scott - Discovery - 1901-04 The British National Antarctic Expedition Drygalski - Gauss - 1901-03 German National Antarctic Expedition Nordenskjöld - Antarctic - 1901-04 Swedish Antarctic Expedition Bruce - Scotia - 1902-04.
While the earliest contacts with the frozen continent were brief distant sightings of coastal features across fields of pack ice by 19th century explorers, sealers and whalers, the initial exploration of the interior of the Antarctic continent was sketched from sledging sorties during the Heroic Era of Antarctic exploration from 1897 to 1922. First on the Antarctic Continent being an account of the British Antarctic Expedition, 1898-1900 by C.E. Borchgrevink. London: C. Hurst & Company, 1980. Photographs by Louis Bernacchi. That first Antarctic Winter, the story of the Southern Cross Expedition of 1898-1900 as told in the diaries of Louis Charles Bernacchi. Written by Janet Crawford. A Voyage to the Antarctic Sea. A rare original article from the British Association for the Advancement of Science report, 1895. by C.E. Borchgrevink and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at AbeBooks. First on the Antarctic Continent: Being an Account of the British Antarctic Expedition, 1898[-]1900, 1901 Borchgrevink collected the first vegetation from the Antarctic continent, and was sponsored by publishing magnate George Newnes to lead his own expedition south.
Collections holds the first edition. Was the physicist on the expedition. C.E. Borchgrevink 1901. First on the Antarctic continent: being an account of the British Antarctic expedition, 1898‐1900. Newnes. C.E. Borchgrevink 1905. Das Festland am Sudpol: die Expedition zum Sudpolarland in den Jahren 1898‐1900. Breslau: Schottlaender. 1992–1993 – American Women's Antarctic Expedition- AWE. First team of women to ski to the South Pole: Ann Bancroft, Sunniva Sorby, Anne DalVera, Sue Giller- 67 days; 1992–1993 – British Polar Plod – led by Ranulph Fiennes with Mike Stroud physician, first unassisted expedition crossing the continent by ski, 2,173 km in 95 days. BORCHGREVINK, C.E. First on the Antarctic Continent. Being an Account of the British Antarctic Expedition 1898-1900. 224mm, pp xvi, 336p [last 3 blank], 32 [adverts], 2 fldg tinted maps, 19 full. The British, and individuals from other nations engaging in polar exploration, often faced different conditions and challenges from those that had faced indigenous peoples, and so a period of adaptation and invention began, to develop sledges that better suited the needs of European survey parties. First on the Antarctic Continent: Being an Account of the British Antarctic Expedition 1898–1900. Georg Newnes, London. Google Scholar. 10. Polar exploration. Some medical aspects, with special reference to the Antarctic. Med. Press, 202, 401–06. Google Scholar. 89.
I is argued that this polar link has placed Hobart at the centre of some important Antarctic and Southern Ocean developments. Send article to Kindle To send this article to your Kindle, first ensure no-reply@ is added to your Approved Personal Document E-mail List under your Personal Document Settings on the Manage Your Content and. Australasian Antarctic Expedition 1911. Mackellar’s Library 58. BORCHGREVINK, C.E. First on the Antarctic Continent Being an Account of the British Antarctic Expedition 1898-1900 George Newnes, London, 1901 59. BORUP, G. A Tenderfoot with Peary Eveleigh Nash, London, 1911 60. The history of Antarctica emerges from early Western theories of a vast continent, known as Terra Australis, believed to exist in the far south of the globe.The term Antarctic, referring to the opposite of the Arctic Circle, was coined by Marinus of Tyre in the 2nd century AD. The rounding of the Cape of Good Hope and Cape Horn in the 15th and 16th centuries proved that Terra Australis. Borchgrevink, C E First on the Antarctic Continent: Being an account of the British Antarctic Expedition 1898 - 1900, Geroge Newnes, London. Byrd, Richard E Alone, Putnam, London 1938. Cameron, Ian Antarctica: the last continent, Cassell, London,1974. Fothergill, A Life in the Freezer - the Natural History of the Antarctic, BBC Books, 1993. The Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration was an era which began at the end of the 19th century, and ended after the First World War; the Shackleton–Rowett Expedition of 1921–22 is often cited by historians as the dividing line between the "Heroic" and "Mechanical" ages. During the Heroic Age the Antarctic continent became the focus of international efforts that resulted in intensive.
Programme of the first known concert in Antarctica, held by the Southern Cross Expedition, 10 May 1899 Note: Borchgrevink, First on the Antarctic Continent, 125. Borchgrevink C.E. First on the Antarctic Continent being An Account of the British Antarctic Expedition, 1898-1900, George Newnes, 1901, first edition, portrait frontis, three folding colour maps, text illustrations including full page images, top edge gilt, original cloth gilt, modern slipcase.
First on the Antarctic continent: being an account of the British Antarctic expedition, 1898-1900. View Metadata. By: Borchgrevink, C. E. Carsten E., Publication info: London:G. Newnes,1901. Holding Institution: Museums Victoria. The romance of polar exploration; interesting descriptions of Arctic and Antarctic adventure from the. British Antarctic Expedition 1910 - 13 - Terra Nova, Crew and Personnel List Antarctica Facts. polar library and museum. Abbott, George Percy - petty officer,. / Borchgrevink - Southern Cross - 1898-1900 British Antarctic Expedition Scott - Discovery. First on the Antarctic continent: being an account of the British Antarctic expedition, 1898-1900. View Metadata. By: Borchgrevink, C. E. Carsten E., Publication info: London:G. Newnes,1901. Holding Institution: Museums Victoria. Subjects: Antarctica British British Antarctic Expedition 1898-1900 Discovery and exploration Scientific.
BORCHGREVINK, C.E. First on the Antarctic Continent, Being an Account of the British Antarctic Expedition 1898-1900. London: George Newnes, Limited, 1901. 8vo 216 x 138mm. Photogravure frontispiece, numerous uncoloured illustrations, 3 folding maps, 32pp. publisher's advertisements at rear. Once I started looking closely and deciphering all of the signatures, I noticed that the centre of the tablecloth contained the names of the scientists on the British Antarctic Expedition 1898–1900 Southern Cross, the first expedition to overwinter in Antarctica, but not the name of the expedition leader, Carsten Borchgrevink.
MOUNTAINEERING & POLAR TRAVEL SPECIALISTS Chris & Anne Bartle, Ard-Darach, Strathview Terrace, Pitlochry, Scotland, PH16 5AT Tel: 44 01796 470056 email: chris@Welcome to the Polar Travel & Exploration December 2017. First on the Antarctic Continent; Being an Account of the British Antarctic Expedition 1898-1900 Borchgrevink, C. E. London: George Newnes, Limited [William Clowes and Sons, Printer], 1901.
The first German expedition 1901–1903 On the first German expedition, led by E.D. von Drygalski, a party of five was left on Kerguelen while the main party went to the Antarctic continent in Gauss.Some of the party and some of the supplies were taken to the island by the steamer Tanglin in November 1901 before Gauss arrived at the end of December. A voyage towards the South Pole, performed in the years 1822-24, containing an examination of the Antarctic Sea, to the seventy-fourth degree of latitude: and a visit to Tierra del Fuego, with a particular account of the inhabitants; to which is added, much useful information on the coasting navigation of Cape Horn, and the adjacent lands, with charts of harbours, etc. Subjects: 1910-1913 1868-1912 Antarctica British British Antarctic "Terra Nova" Expedition Discovery and exploration Scott, Robert Falcon, South Pole Zoology H.R. 3060, the Antarctic Environmental Protection Act of 1996: hearing before the Committee on Science, U.S. House of Representatives, One Hundred Fourth Congress, second session. First on the Antarctic Continent, Being an Account of the British Antarctic Expedition, 1898 - 1900 London George Newnes 1901 first edition 8vo, red orange cloth with gilt titling on front and spine. xvi, 333 pages and 31 pages ads.
Following a luncheon with the Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill First Lord of the Admiralty, Shackleton seeking support from the Royal Navy, referred to Churchill's comment on Antarctic exploration as being undertaken ‘for the sake of science and country..and really Regent Street holds out more dangers on a busy day, than the five million square. First on the Antarctic continent; being an account of the British Antarctic Expedition, 1898-1900 Creator/Contributor: Borchgrevink, C. E. Carsten Egeberg, 1864-1934, creator Tower, Joseph Tuckerman, 1897-1931, former owner. Subjects: 1910-1913 1868-1912 Antarctica British British Antarctic "Terra Nova" Expedition Discovery and exploration Scott, Robert Falcon, South Pole Zoology Grønland-Expedition der Gesellschaft für Erdkunde zu Berlin, 1891-1893 /. First on the Antarctic continent: being an account of the British Antarctic Expedition 1898-1900. Borchgrevink, C.E. 1901. George Newnes [A1436] First on the Antarctic continent, being an account of the British Antarctic Expedition 1898-1900. Borchgrevink, C.E. 1901. George Newnes [A99/076] Flying the Arctic. Wilkins, George H. 1928.
For the first time,Icy Gravesuses a selection of the tragic losses of such famous explorers as Arthur Farrant, Belgrave Ninnis and Robert Falcon Scott to plot the forward progress of Antarctic exploration and sensitively tells, often in their own words, the stories of the men and women who have fallen in what Sir Ernest Shackleton called the. Mar 22, 2008 · The last survivor of the first expedition to overwinter on the Antarctic continent was still alive in 1975 2 while Ballarat man Dick Richards, the final survivor of the last great expedition of this Heroic era 3, Shackleton's Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1914-1917, died aged 92 in 1985. A Queensland surveyor, C.E. Borchgrevink, claimed to be the first man to land on the Antarctic continent. He had joined a Norwegian whaling expedition which in January 1895 landed at Cape Adare. Four years later a Tasmanian meteorologist, Louis Bernacchi, was in the first party to spend a winter on the continent. Harvard Expedition to Samaria, 1908–1910 Hassler Expedition to South America, 1871–1872 Edward Palmer Collecting Trips to Mexico and the Southern United States, 1853–1910.
The Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration was an era in the exploration of the continent of Antarctica which began at the end of the 19th century, and ended after the First World War; the Shackleton–Rowett Expedition of 1921–1922 is often cited by historians as the dividing line between the "Heroic" and "Mechanical" ages. During the Heroic Age, the Antarctic region became the focus of. Jul 23, 2020 · Heroic Age of Antarctic exploration. With the presence of Antarctica firmly established, the stage was set for the Heroic Age of Antarctic exploration from the late 19th century to 1917. During this time, some 17 major expeditions were launched. The famous race to the South Pole ended with Norwegian Roald Amundsen being the first on 14 December.
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