Washington, 1884. ,310,265pp. plus six folding maps and four plates. 20th-century tan cloth, gilt paper spine labels. Minor marginal dampstain to first few leaves. Internally clean. Very good. Records the government's inquiry into the tragic fate of Greely's Lady Franklin Bay expedition of 1881-84, the loss of the ship Proteus, and the privation and rescue of the survivors. Includes testimony by witnesses, official correspondence, and illustrations of the party's movements and activities shown in the plates and maps. ARCTIC BIBLIOGRAPHY 18416. (Inventory #: WRCAM50759)
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