The South Pole, vol 1

Author: Roald Amundsen
Published: 1912
Language: English
Wordcount: 108,836 / 300 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 61.6
LoC Category: G
Downloads: 885
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Origin: gutenberg.org
Genre: Non-fiction
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An Account of the Norwegian Antarctic Expedition in the "Fram," 1910 -- 1912

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Westerlies 154 The "Fram's" Saloon Decorated for Christmas Eve 158 Rönne at a Sailor's Job 162 The "Fram" In Drift-ice 162 Drift-ice in Ross Sea 168 A Clever Method of Landing 170 The "Fram" under Sail 170 Cape Man's Head on the Barrier 174 Seal-hunting 176 The "Fram" 176 The Crew of the "Fram" in the Bay of Whales 178 The "Fram" in the Bay of Whales 178 The First Dog-camp 180 Reproduced by permission of the Illustrated London News Digging the Foundations of Framheim 184 Reproduced by permission of the Illustrated London News Building the Hut 186 Unloading the Six Sledge-drivers 186 Polar Transport 192 Reproduced by permission of the Illustrated London News Penguins 192 The Provision Store 192 Framheim, January, 1911 194 Reproduced by permission of the Illustrated London News Suggen, Arne, and the Colonel 196 Mikkel, Ravn, and Mas-mas 196 Framheim, February, 1911 206 Prestrud in Winter Dress 208 Bjaaland in Winter Dress 208 The "Fram" Veteran, Lindström: the Only Man Who has Sailed round the Contine

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