4 edition of Sir John Franklin"s journals and correspondence found in the catalog.
Sir John Franklin"s journals and correspondence
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Franklin"s second Arctic land expedition, 1825-1827|
|Statement||edited with an introduction by Richard C. Davis.|
|Series||The Publications of the Champlain Society ;, 61|
|Contributions||Davis, Richard Clarke, 1946-|
|LC Classifications||G650 1825 .F83|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxxxi, 421, xxii p. :|
|Number of Pages||421|
|LC Control Number||99183151|
Jane Franklin died in England on 18 July , active until the last. Circumstances were such that in , after a di stinguished naval career of some 36 years, her husband Sir John Franklin was offered the position of Lieutenant-Governor of Van Dieman’s Land. This he accepted, and the couple arrived in Hobart on 6 January As the wife of a. After Royal Navy captain Sir John Franklin disappeared in the Arctic in while seeking the Northwest Passage, the search for his two ships, Erebus and Terror, and survivors of his expedition became one of the most exhaustive quests of the 19th century. Despite tantalizing clues, the ships were never found, and the fate of Franklin's expedition passed into legend as one of the North's great.
Works . Franklin, John (–), Narrative of a journey to the shores of the Polar Sea, in the years (two volumes). Franklin, John (), Narrative of a second expedition to the shores of the Polar Sea in the years to Works about Franklin . Osborn, S. (), Career, Last Voyage and Fate of Sir John Franklin Beesley, A. H. (), Sir John Franklin; the. Ross, Sir John. - - 2 cm of textual records. - Letters of Sir John Ross, his brother George Ross, his nephew James Clark Ross, and other family members, concerning Sir John's Arctic expedition, family matters, and business matters; broadsides and list of subscribers concerning the proposed expedition to search for Ross.
Uncovering the secrets of John Franklin’s doomed voyage the lost ships of British explorer Sir John Franklin. In those years, on remote islets to . Buy Frozen in Time: The Fate of the Franklin Expedition Reprint by Beattie, Owen, Geiger, John, Atwood, Margaret (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book /5().
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Sir John Franklin's Journals and Correspondence: The Second Arctic Land Expedition Franklin, John; Davis, Richard Clarke: Books - or: Richard Clarke Franklin, John; Davis. Get this from a library. Sir John Franklin's journals and correspondence: the first Arctic land expedition, [John Franklin; Richard Clarke Davis] -- "Nearly complete transcriptions of the extant journals kept by John Franklin during his expedition to the unknown northern coast of the North American continent in the years to.
Sir John Franklin KCH FLS FRGS (16 April – 11 June ) was a British Royal Navy officer and explorer of the Arctic. Franklin also served as Lieutenant-Governor of Van Diemen's Land from to He disappeared while on his last expedition, attempting to chart and navigate the Northwest Passage in the North American icebound ships were abandoned and the entire crew died Born: 16 AprilSpilsby, Lincolnshire, England.
Sir John Franklin's journals and correspondence: the first Arctic land expedition,Volume 1 Sir John Franklin, Richard Clarke Davis Champlain Society, - Biography & Autobiography - pages.
The Life, Diaries and Correspondence of Jane Lady Franklin – A Summer Search for Sir John Franklin Short Narrative of the Second Voyage of the Prince Albert, in Search of Sir John Franklin Franklin’s Footsteps 9.
Sir John Franklin's journals and correspondence: the first Arctic land expedition, by Franklin, John, Sir, Pages: Sir John Franklin's Journals and Correspondence: The Second Arctic Land Expedition, (volume I) The Publications of the Champlain Society, Volume This book is a tour-de-force of scholarship and should be required reading - in fact the first port of call - for anyone interested in the Franklin Expedition.
Although a Doctor by profession, the author devoted his life to analysing and understanding all aspects of the Franklin Expedition/5. “Sir John,” he says, brandishing his cutlass, “the men & I have made an important decision. The cabin boy is lean & emaciated, while you ” Here the diary necessarily breaks off, but the percipient reader will have no trouble ascertaining why Franklin’s remains have never been found.
Sir John Franklin, (born ApSpilsby, Lincolnshire, England—died Jnear King William Island, British Arctic Islands [now in Nunavut territory, Canada]), English rear admiral and explorer who led an ill-fated expedition () in search of the Northwest Passage, a Canadian Arctic waterway connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.
Sir John Franklin's journals and correspondence: the first Arctic land expedition, / edited with an introduction by Richard C. Davis Franklin, John, Sir, View online Borrow. Jane Franklin (née Griffin; 4 December – 18 July ), known as Lady Franklin after her husband's knighthood, was the second wife of the English explorer Sir John her husband's period as Lieutenant-Governor of Van Diemen's Land, she became known for her philanthropic work and her travels throughout south-eastern Australia.
After John Franklin's disappearance in search Born: Jane Griffin, 4 DecemberLondon, England. The Royal Naval expedition under the command of Captain Sir John Franklin was last seen entering the Arctic in July Its subsequent disappearance led.
(London, ). His correspondence can be found in Sir John Franklin’s journals and correspondence: the first Arctic land expedition, –, ed. Davis (Toronto, ), and Sir John Franklin’s journals and correspondence: the second Arctic land expedition, –, ed.
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Pages: Sir John Franklin's journals and correspondence: The first Arctic land expedition, Edited with an introduction by Richard C. Davis. The Publications of the Champlain Society LIX Jan Select Bibliography. Fitzpatrick, Sir John Franklin in Tasmania (Melb, ), and for bibliography F.
Woodward, Portrait of Jane (Lond, ) J. Barry, Alexander Maconochie of Norfolk Island (Melb, ) A. Shaw, ‘The Origins of the Probation System in Van Diemen's Land’, Historical Studies, Australia and New Zealand, vol 6, no 21, Novpp. Ice Blink is the story of Sir John Franklin's doomed expedition to find the Northwest Passage in There is a lot of founded speculation as to the behavior and thoughts of the ill fated men, but backed by other examples of similar tragedies/5.The ice-preserved bodies of John Torrington (20 years), John Hartnell (25 years) and William Braine (33 years) in graves on Beechey Island were subjected to detailed forensic examination in a remarkable series of autopsies conducted in arduous conditions (Amy and others ; Beattie and Geiger Notman and others ).Cited by: Sir John Franklin (–) was an officer in the Royal Navy and an Arctic explorer.
He was born in Spilsby, Lincolnshire, and joined the navy as a teenager. Although he took part in the Battle of Trafalgar inhe is best remembered for his expeditions to the Arctic.