An appealing description by Edward Rae of his expedition through the White Sea Peninsula and ‘the incessant impediments and frequent risks’ inherent in such travel in the Arctic region during this period. Including many fine woodcuts and etchings, this book, first published in 1881, is a delightful travelogue reflecting the author’s fascination with the peoples and natural history of the far North.
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2007 reprint by Rediscovery Books (original 1881). SB.xv+ 347pp with 26 illustrations ,& 1 map in colour.SB