6 edition of Report Of The Cruise Of The U. S. Revenue-Steamer Corwin, In The Arctic Ocean found in the catalog.
April 10, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
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Report of the cruise of the U.S. revenue cutter Bear and the overland expedition for the relief of the whalers in the Arctic ocean, from Novem , to Septem Washington, [D.C.]: . In the Kingdom of Ice: The Grand and Terrible Voyage of the USS Jeanette By Hampton Sides Report of the cruise of the U.S. Revenue Steamer Thomas Corwin in the Arctic Ocean, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office. McAdoo, W. Author: Russell Potter.
This cut appeared in Captain Hooper’s Report. The half-tone of the Corwin which appears on the cover is from a painting by Denny. Cape Serdzekamen, Siberia Travels in Alaska by John Muir with illustrations Boston and New York Houghton Mifflin Company The Riverside Press Cambridge The Cruise of the Corwin Journal of the Arctic Expedition. Hooper, C.L. "Report of the Cruise of the U.S. revenue steamer Thomas Corwin, in the Arctic Ocean, " Washington: Government Printing Office: G H7 oversize The second voyage of the Corwin took it from San Francisco through the Bering Strait, and into the Arctic Ocean. Text is incomplete, ending on page
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John Muir was a passenger on the Corwin just a few years before the voyage described here, and wrote a book about it entitled 'The Cruise of the Corwin.' Arctic Bibliography "Account by M.A. Healy of the Corwin's cruise in Bering and Chukchi Seas, giving aid to natives and ship-wrecked whalers, patroling the fur seal islands and visiting Seller Rating: % positive.
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In the meantime Muir and several others had reached the top of the island and were already searching for cairns or other signs of white men. Although the search was kept up until half-past two in the morning, nothing was found." (C. Hooper's Report of the Cruise of the U.S. Revenue Steamer Thomas Corwin in the Arctic Ocean,p.
Item Details. An hardcover edition of the Report of the Cruise of the U.S. Revenue Steamer Thomas Corwin in the Arctic Ocean, by commanding officer Capt. C.L. Hooper, published by the Government Printing Office in Washington, D.C.
It chronicles an expedition of the Corwin in the waters around Alaska, and is illustrated with black-and-white photographs protected by tissue paper guards. Herald Island (Russian: Остров Геральд, Ostrov Gerald) is a small, isolated Russian island in the Chukchi Sea, 70 km (43 mi) to the east of Waring Point, Wrangel rises in sheer cliffs, making it quite inaccessible, either by ship or by plane.
The only bit of accessible shoreline is at its northwestern point, where the cliffs have crumbled into piles of loose rocks and Area: km² ( sq mi). Cruise of the revenue steamer Corwin in Alaska and the N. W. Arctic ocean in Also available in digital form. Contributor: Rosse, Irving C. (Irving Collins) - Muir, John - Nelson, Edward William - Bean, Tarleton H.
(Tarleton Hoffman) - United States. Revenue-Cutter Service Date: The Corwin spent her entire career in the Pacific and Arctic oceans; her home port throughout her government service was San Francisco.
She made her first trip to northern waters in under Captain J.W. White.  In and with Calvin L. Hooper commanding and Michael Healy as Executive Officer, she searched in the Arctic for the USS Jeannette, a lost exploration vessel, and two.In the course of the Corwin's cruise, Captain Hooper located and mapped coal deposits in cliffs east of Cape Lisburne, Alaska, previously discovered by Captain E.E.
Smith, the Corwin's ice pilot. The crew mined coal from these deposits in both andand .