Northward over the "Great Ice." A narrative of life and work along the shores and upon the interior ice-cap of northern Greenland in the years 1886 and 1891-1897. With a description of the Little Tribe of Smith Sound Eskimos, the most northerly human beings in the world, and an account of the discovery and bringing home of the "Saviksue," or great Cape-York meteorites. Robert E. Peary.
Northward over the "Great Ice." A narrative of life and work along the shores and upon the interior ice-cap of northern Greenland in the years 1886 and 1891-1897. With a description of the Little Tribe of Smith Sound Eskimos, the most northerly human beings in the world, and an account of the discovery and bringing home of the "Saviksue," or great Cape-York meteorites
Northward over the "Great Ice." A narrative of life and work along the shores and upon the interior ice-cap of northern Greenland in the years 1886 and 1891-1897. With a description of the Little Tribe of Smith Sound Eskimos, the most northerly human beings in the world, and an account of the discovery and bringing home of the "Saviksue," or great Cape-York meteorites
Northward over the "Great Ice." A narrative of life and work along the shores and upon the interior ice-cap of northern Greenland in the years 1886 and 1891-1897. With a description of the Little Tribe of Smith Sound Eskimos, the most northerly human beings in the world, and an account of the discovery and bringing home of the "Saviksue," or great Cape-York meteorites

Inscribed to James J. Hill

Northward over the "Great Ice." A narrative of life and work along the shores and upon the interior ice-cap of northern Greenland in the years 1886 and 1891-1897. With a description of the Little Tribe of Smith Sound Eskimos, the most northerly human beings in the world, and an account of the discovery and bringing home of the "Saviksue," or great Cape-York meteorites

New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1898. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo; frontispiece in each volume, large folding map, 1 folding panorama, 2 frontispiece portraits, nearly 800 illustrations throughout, primarily from photographs, many full-page; ex-James J. Hill Library, with accession numbers on spine and a perforated stamp in bottom margin of the title page; spines rather sunned, all else very good in original pictorial blue cloth, white lettering on spines and upper covers, t.e.g. This copy inscribed in volume I "To Jas. J. Hill with the compliments of the author, R. E. Peary - June '98." Contains much on the natives of northern Greenland and the expedition from McCormick Bay which determined the insularity of Greenland. Arctic Bibliography, 13231. Item #52461

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