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Ninety Degrees North by Fergus Fleming

Ninety Degrees North

Description : The author of Barrow's Boys and Killing Degrees details the incredible journey to the North Pole by a group of intrepid explorers who survived starvation, sickness, and a shipwreck to reach their goal.

Subtitle : The Quest for the North Pole

Authors : Fergus Fleming

Published Date : 2001

Publisher : Grove Press

ISBN : 0802117252

Page : 470 Pages

Categories : History

Total Download: 83

Filesize: 5 MB

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