Collection of glass plate negatives, 1900-1940 (bulk 1913-1924).
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With the goal of finding a continent north of the Canadian Archipelago, Vilhjalmur Stefansson organized the Canadian Arctic Expedition. Stefansson had already distinguished himself as an explorer and ethnologist by spending 18 months with the Inuit of the Mackenzie Delta, learning their language and customs during the Anglo-American expedition of 1906-1907. Furthermore, during an expedition from 1908 to 1912, he made notoriety by discovering a group of fair-haired natives on Victoria Island that...
Trader and author. From the description of Charles D. Brower diary, 1886-1937. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79453438 ...
Sir George Hubert Wilkins (b. October 31, 1888, Hallett, South Australia-d. November 30, 1958, Framingham, Massachusetts), polar explorer, geographer, photographer, and consultant for the United States Military. He was internationally recognized for his expeditions to the Arctic and Anarctic from 1913 to 1939. Wiklins was the navigator aboard the first airplane to fly over the Arctic Sea (1928); navigator aboard the first airplane to fly over the Antarctica (1933); and led the Nautilus sub...
Storkerson was born in Norway in 1883. He was a member of the Anglo-American Arctic Expedition of 1906-1907, which was commanded by Ernest de Koven Leffingwell and Ejnar Mikkelsen, and a member of Stefansson's 1908-1912 expedition to eastern Alaska. He was also a member of the Canadian Arctic Expedition of 1913-1918; during the winter of 1917-1918, when Stefansson was ill with typhoid, Storkerson was in command of the expedition. From the description of Papers, 1913-1948. (Dartmouth ...
Vilhjalmur Stefansson was born on November 3, 1879 in Arnes, Manitoba, Canada. He attended the University of North Dakota from 1897-1902. He was voted the best orator in 1900, and also worked for the school newspaper. In 1930 he was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree, only the third such degree awarded. He then transferred to the University of Iowa and graduated in 1903 with a degree from the School of Liberal Arts. He next enrolled at Harvard, graduating with a Master of Arts degree in 1...
The Hudson's Bay Company began in 1670, and by the 1820s it had expanded to the Pacific Northwest. John McLoughlin served as the head of the Hudson's Bay Company's Columbia district. In this position, which McLoughlin held for twenty-one years, he oversaw the company's operations throughout the entire Pacific Northwest. Researching the role Dr. McLoughlin played in the history of the Hudson's Bay Company were Robert C. Clark and Burt B. Barker. Both were historians at the University of Oregon wh...
The Lomen family was well known in Alaska for an entreprenurial spirit. Their interests varied from reindeer herding to law practice. The five Lomen brothers, Carl Joys, Alfred Julian, Harry, George, and Ralph helped create a reindeer industry, outfitted the Norwegian explorer Amundsen and participated in the birth of bush aviation in Alaska. Judge G.J. Lomen of St. Paul, Minnesota, moved to Nome after vacationing with a son, Carl, in the early 1900's. In 1903, they were joined by his wife, Juli...