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The Great Expedition


Author : Peter Carnavas
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2010-06-27


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"On August 20, a group of young explorers was charged with a dangerous mission. They were to travel across wild country to deliver a valuable parcel. The journey would be punishing. It would test the resolve of the brave young explorers. Most of all, it would provide us all with a pair of unlikely heros to admire and remember for many years to come. This is their story."--Back cover.

The Great Expedition


Author : Peter Carnavas
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2011


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On August 20, a group of young explorers were charged with a dangerous mission. They were to travel across wild country to deliver a valuable parcel. The journey would be punishing. It would test the resolve of the brave young explorers. Most of all, it would provide us all with a pair of unlikely heroes to admire and remember for many years to come. This is their story. The Great Expedition is a delightful parody about five children attempting to cross the park to deliver cake to Grandma.

The Great Expedition Of Lewis And Clark


Author :
language : en
Publisher: Farrar, Straus & Giroux (BYR)
Release Date : 2003-09-01


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An account, told in the words of one participant, of the difficulties and wonders that were part of the Lewis and Clark expedition to explore the land obtained as part of the Louisiana Purchase.

The Great Expedition


Author : Ralph K. Andrist
language : en
Publisher: New Word City
Release Date : 2017-02-28


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One of his ships was rotten, his cold-weather gear was inadequate, and his officers disliked him, but Lieutenant Charles Wilkes had his orders. In 1838, he sailed into the unknown Antarctic. Here, in this essay by award-winning author Ralph K. Andrist, is the harrowing story of his great expedition.

The Great Expedition


Author : J Lasterday
language : en
Publisher: Walker Hammond Publishers
Release Date : 2017-11-20


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Dog and Ben might change history, but not for the better! When Ben's dragon shows up to school disguised as a huge, black dog, Ben chases him. Suddenly they are no longer in the school playground, and Dog is in trouble. Worse, Ben is now exploring with Lewis and Clark, and Captain Lewis thinks Dog is his dog, Seaman! Can Ben rescue Dog and also save the Great Expedition when a tribe of Native Americans want to keep Dog for themselves?

The Great United States Exploring Expedition Of 1838 1842


Author : William Ragan Stanton
language : en
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Release Date : 1975-01-01


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The expedition travelled to Antarctica, the South Pacific, the Atlantic and the coasts of what are now Oregon, Washington and British Columbia.

Island Of The Blue Foxes


Author : Stephen R. Bown
language : en
Publisher: Douglas & McIntyre
Release Date : 2017-10-28


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The Great Northern Expedition was the most ambitious and well-financed scientific expedition in history. Lasting nearly ten years and spanning three continents, its geographical, cartographical and natural history accomplishments are on par with James Cook's famous voyages, the scientific circumnavigations of Alessandro Malaspina and Louis Antoine de Bougainville, and Lewis and Clark's cross-continental trek. Conceived by Peter the Great in the 1730s and led by Danish mariner Vitus Bering, the enterprise involved a cavalcade of nearly three thousand scientists, secretaries, interpreters, artists, surveyors, naval officers, mariners, soldiers and labourers, all of whom had to be brought across five thousand miles of roadless forests, swamps and tundra, along with tools, supplies, libraries and scientific implements--as well as the clavichord belonging to Bering's wife, Anna. Scientific objectives included investigating flora, fauna and minerals as well as outlandish rumours about the Siberian peoples. After the expedition reached the eastern coast of Asia, Bering oversaw the construction of two ships, the St. Peter and St. Paul, and sailed for America with one hundred and fifty men, including the German naturalist and surgeon Georg Steller. The voyage was plagued by ill fortune--a supply ship failed to arrive, officers quarrelled and the ships were separated in a storm. While St. Paul reached Alaska and reported back to Russia, Bering's ship, St. Peter, was wrecked on a desolate island in the Aleutian Chain inhabited by feral foxes. Island of the Blue Foxes is an incredible true-life adventure story, a story of personal and cultural animosities, unimaginable Gothic horrors and ingenuity in the face of adversity.