London Illustrated News, 1903. Photographic frontispiece, and two further plates. The Heart of the Antarctic - The Story of the British Antarctic Expedition 1907-1909 and South - The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914-1917. Pp. Light smudges and scuffs on paste-downs and end papers else book is internally clean and text block is snug. (Regina, SK, Canada), About this Item: Prospero Books. Hardcover. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Small 2" x 1" corner removed from half title page corner (likely to remove the name of a former owner) else a very well preserved copy. xxi, [1], 375, [1]; with colour photographic frontispiece, 87 black and white photographic illustrations, and one large folding chart; closed tear to lower margin of p. 111, small closed tear to chart, some foxing; good in publisher's black cloth, spine and upper cover lettered in silver, upper cover with image of the Endurance blocked in silver; extremities very slightly worn; occasional pencil annotations and underlining.First edition, second impression (the first having appeared in November) of the official account of Shackleton's second Antarctic expedition. First edition, first impression. 1st Edition. Pimlico London 1999, 1999. Hardcover. South: The Story of Shackleton's 1914-1917 Expedition: Color Illustrated, Formatted for E-Readers (Unabridged Version) eBook: Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton, Leonardo: Amazon.com.au: Kindle Store Published by [1-55267-334-0] [no date], 1st edition. Seller Inventory # 119680. First Edition, 1st printing November . SHACKLETON, Ernest. First edition, sixth printing of the Carroll & Graf issue. The Macmillan Company, 1920. 20. First in This Edition. He was a member of Robert Falcom Scott's Antarctic expedition of 1901-04, and in 1907-9 he commanded an expedition that came within a hundred miles of the South Pole (first reached by Amundsen in 1911), located near the magnetic pole, and climbed … "The story of our attempt is the subject for the following pages, and I think that though failure in the actual accomplishment must be recorded, there are chapters in this book of high adventure, strenuous days, lonely nights, unique experiences, and above all, records of unflinching determination, supreme loyalty, and generous self-sacrifice on the part of my men which, even in these days that have witnessed the sacrifices of nations and regardlessness of self on the part of individuals, still will be of interest to readers who now turn gladly from the red horror of war and the strain of the last five years to read, perhaps with more understanding minds, the tale of the White Warfare of the South. More information about this seller London Illustrated News Green Apple Books and Music, Publisher Weekly's Bookstore of the Year 2014, has been San Francisco's favorite independent bookseller since 1967! First edition, first impression. Large folding coloured map (with closed tear at hinge, not touching map Published by Large 8vo, pp. 380 pp.+ FoldOut Map at back & 90 Photo Plts (Frontis Plt is in Color with Tissue Guard), Orig Grn Hardback, Gilt Title, owner bookplate else VG & Crisp, no DJ, 1st Amer Ed. Seller Inventory # ABE-1487059313224. R & G Bliss Books Maritime. Log in. Very good first edition book, no dust jacket. THIS IS ONE OF THE GREATEST EPICS IN THE HISTORY OF ANTARCTIC TRAVEL AND ONE OF THE MOST HARROWING TALES EVER PENNED OF RESCUE AND HUMAN TRIUMPH. Sir Ernest Shackleton, who was born in Ireland, became one of the great explorers of his day, itself a golden age for British Exploration. Seller Inventory # 115396. Duty And Sacrifice – Shackleton’s Unsung Heroes (11th November 2020) Today the Government of South Georgia & the South Sandwich Islands releases a new stamp set to honour the duty and sacrifice shown by Shackleton’s men during the First World War. Today. Black & white photo illustrations, maps and diagrams throughout, large folding map outlined in colour at rear, expedition member George Marston supplemented the book with illustrations where photography was impossible. (1930), From: 207 pages including introduction, preface, map, epilogue, glossary, index, acknowledgments, and credits. Rectangular shadow to page 29, probably from a newspaper clipping having been laid-in (no longer present). Publishers green cloth, cover and spine titles in gilt, fold-out map tipped in at rear. Condition: Very Good. South! London: William Heinemann, 1919. Author (s): Ernest … Size: 0ctavo Small. The Story Of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914-1917. Binding holding but the hinges are cracked. Hardback. Written by a national hero, about what he called 'the last great journey on earth' - his Antarctic expedition in which his ship, the Endurance, was crushed by the ice, and he and his men made a 600-mile trek across ice and ocean to solid land. First edition by Prospero Books, with "United States of Asmerica" misspelled on copyright page. Housed in a custom clamshell box. How on earth did Mackinlay's whisky find its way to the South Pole? Available to view at our Curzon Street shop. More information about this seller Also known as the Endurance Expedition, this is considered the last major expedition of the … This will be done with the same kinds of equipment used in the 1916 expedition, including the Alexandra Shackleton , a replica of the 23ft open lifeboat used on the original voyage. Leather bound with marbled boards. Cover of the first edition of 'South'. Condition:--not specified. Condition: Very Good. Item #025959 vi, 380 pages, color frontispiece; 88 plates, maps one folded . (Virginia Beach, VA, U.S.A.), About this Item: Trafalgar Square Publishing, North Pomfret, Vermont, 1999. Binding remains tight and square, some modest rubbing to cloth at lower board edge and at spine tips. 1st Edition. Many black-and-white photographs throughout book. Published by Small 2" x 1" corner removed from half title page corner (likely to remove the name of a former owner) else a very well preserved copy. | Contact this seller First Edition (Stated). Putnam's Sons, 1925. South. South: The Sotry of Shackleton's Last Expidition, Trafalgar Square Publishing, North Pomfret, Vermont. The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition, 1914-1917. (Melbourne, VIC, Australia), About this Item: Pimlico London 1999, 1999. Riverside Books The account of Shackleton's amazing story of survival during the Endurance expedition. London: The Complete Press. Seller Inventory # S70642. Hardcover. (2008), From: Seller Inventory # mon0000012911. Complete with all illustrations and fold-out map. Condition: Very Good. 12. The first edition of the novel was published in March 1st 1919, and was written by Ernest Shackleton. | Contact this seller Printed just one month after the First Edition on superior quality paper. Seller Inventory # 006962. Royal octavo (255 × 165 mm), [ii] (blank), xxii, 376 pages with 6 sketch maps (one full-page) plus a colour frontispiece with a captioned tissue-guard, a double-page panorama and 86 full-page plates, a large folding map, and an errata slip (tipped in at page 1). Octavo, xvi, [6], 380 pages; VG; bound in fine black genuine leather with bright gilt spine title and gilt titling and decorative motif on covers; gilt text block; silk moire endpapers; silk ribbon; map loose within; with 88 illustrations and diagrams; minor discoloration to front board from another leather book pressed against it; shelved case 9 3/4. Macmillan Company 316pp. Excellent modern edition of the original work of 1919. Size: 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Side B: Covers the route which Sir Ernest Shackleton took on the first ever crossing of South Georgia in 1916 and which is followed by many intrepid explorers today. Please see my other listings for more interesting books, paper and antiques. (1920), From: by Shackleton, Sir Ernest Henry. 9. First and only edition of The Antarctic Book, with the signatures of every member of the shore party, including Shackleton. New York. Published by Appendix I and II, Index; illustrated in full-page b/w photos, maps. London, Century, 1991 (first thus). Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Like the others it ended in disaster, with the Endeavour first trapped and then crushed to pieces in the ice and its crew trapped in the Antarctic, seemingly doomed to a slow and horrible death. Edited by Ernest Henry Shackleton. 316pp. Bound in publisher's original dark blue cloth stamped in silver. January 1920, 1st American printing. Powell's Bookstores Chicago, ABAA | Contact this seller First edition, First impression. More information about this seller Overall, a very nice copy. Greely in his four page review of the book in 1921 noted not only was this the most comprehensive scientific work every attempted on a polar expedition but the four relief 3, otherwise free of any further highlighting or markings. South The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914 - 1917. Condition: Near Fine. 8vo. Bruce's Coat Land was passed and Caird Coast was discovered (11 January 1915) when the ship was beset on 18 January in heavy ice . First Edition. Publishers review copy with slip laid in noting price at $6.00; additionally the title page has been blindstamped ADVANCE COPY FOR REVIEW - NOT FOR SALE. The struggles, the disappointments, and the endurance of this small party of Britishers, hidden away for nearly two years in the fastnesses of the Polar ice, striving to carry out the ordained task and ignorant of the crises through which the world was passing, make a story which is unique in the history of Antarctic exploration." Very Good with cloth rubbed at joints and worn at corners and spine ends, lightly soiled. 1st. First edition. The artefacts had earlier been sold at auction to an overseas buyer, leading to the British Government to impose an export ban on the artefacts due to their national importance. Book. RARE FIRST EDITION OF SOUTH: SHACKLETON’S OWN ACCOUNT OF THE FATE OF THE ENDURANCE. Hardcover. No Jacket. (1999), From: "The failure of Shackleton's Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition to even reach the Antarctic continent, much less to cross it via the South Pole, has become the great polar success story of the twentieth century" (Books on Ice). More information about this seller the Story of Shackleton's last Expedition 1914-1917. With five companions he made a voyage of 800 miles in a twenty-two foot boat through some of the stormiest seas in the world, crossed the lofty interior of South Georgia, and reached a Norwegian whaling station on the north coast. Binding ripped front hinge, cover still attached, edges and corners worn, previous owner's signature and label front flyleaf, no other markings, text clean and intact, folded map at end present but detached from textblock, all illustrations including color frontispiece present and intact. In blue boards, dust jacket mylar protected. Paperback, 374 pages. Seller Inventory # 62606. Very Good. (Burntisland, FIFE, United Kingdom), About this Item: Carroll & Graf Publishers Inc, 1998. Binding ripped front hinge, cover still attached, edges and corners worn, previous owner's signature and label front flyleaf, no other markings, text clean and intact, folded map at end present but detached from textblock, all illustrations including color frontispiece present and intact. Size: Octavo. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. More information about this seller South. First edition, first printing. Heron Books, London, From: Free download or read online South: The Story of Shackletons Last Expedition 1914-1917 pdf (ePUB) book. First Edition. Filled with more than eighty-five photographs and illustrations from the journey. Soft cover. Edited by Peter King. $ 20,000.00 Item Number: 95157. powellbooks.co.uk of Somerset UK. Condition: Very Good. Hardcover. They failed in that but were the first to reach the magnetic south … 26. Seller Inventory # 6103. | Contact this seller Published by Well, it was part of Ernest Shackleton's supplies in the 1907 - 1909 Shackleton lead South Pole expedition. More information about this seller Large 8vo, pp. Pp. Macmillan, 1920. However, “South” is much more detailed, covering both the Endurance voyage and Shackleton’s trip across the ice, sailing a lifeboat to safety, etc., but it also covers in detail the voyage of the Aurora, and death of some of their crew on the ice, which “Endurance” does not cover at all. In this reprint of the original 1920 edition, Sir Ernest Shackleton, eloquently describes their fabled two-year odyssey in one of the most inhospitable regions on earth. Shackleton: The Polar Journeys - Incorporating The Heart of the Antarctic and South. More information about this seller Complete with all illustrations and fold-out map. 28. He then went to New Zealand and sailed in the Aurora to rescue his Ross Sea party' (DNB).Rosove 308.A2. Paperback. Dorset Press, New York Tall 8vo. Easton Press, Norwalk, CT The most inspiring voyage of the Heroic period of Antarctic exploration, Shackleton's party had hoped to cross the continent via the South Pole. 1st edition hardback with dust jacket As New large octavo xxxix + 383 + xvi + 275pp., b/w pls., maps, appends., Dust jacket rather worn o/w a nice copy. A very good or little better copy. Glacier Books Mima Mia Books 1st Edition. Item Number: 92596. 1st edition. London, William Heinemann. SOUTH: THE STORY OF SHACKLETON'S LAST EXPEDITION 1914-1917. First Edition (Stated). No Jacket. "The failure of Shackleton's Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition to even reach the Antarctic continent, much less to cross it via the South Pole, has become the great polar success story of the twentieth century" (Books on Ice). Contact Editions, ABAC, ILAB Softcover 8vo. Published by More information about this seller 30. In blue boards, dust jacket mylar protected. Michael Treloar Booksellers ANZAAB/ILAB Hardcover; No marks or writing, clean; original grn cloth with gilt lettering; minor rubbing on; back cover slight; map in back has tiny edge tears, sm inch tear at bottom; book seller ticket on back end sheet;; Unique story of this frigid conquest of the South Pole; Illustrated with photographs, 88 illustrations, plates, diagrams, large folding map; stated First Published January 1920; scans sent upon request; ; 374 pages Very Good- tight binding spine edges and corners, lightly toning of end sheets shelf wear professionally repaired. First edition. Due to paper shortages at the end of the First World War, the first impression was printed on inferior paper stock which invariably brown with age. Front and rear inner hinge exposed. Shackleton's offer to the Admiralty of his ships and men for war service was refused and he was told to proceed. xvi, 380 pp. 1st Edition. no date or edition stated,blue and gilt patterned faux leather, with blue ribbon bookmark, no jacket, blue patterned end papers, photo of author on frontispiece, clean and bright, unmarked, binding tight, black and white photos throughout, 205 pages with index. paperback, Fine copy. Shackleton's classic voyage to the Antarctic, where ice crushed the ship "Endurance", and a small party of the crew traveled 800 miles in an open boat to South … Proceeding by sledges and boats the party eventually reached Elephant Island on 15 April 1916 and camped on the small ice-free area of a forbidding land. Dark green cloth covered boards with gold text on front panel and spine. Shackleton's account of his Imperial Trans-Antarctic expedition, 'South' was meant to be a factual record of the epic journey. Seller Inventory # 025687. New York. Tell us what you're looking for and once a match is found, we'll inform you by e-mail. 1st Birlinn hardcover 2002 1st print edition fine condition book in fine condition dw In stock shipped from our UK warehouse. Victoria Land plateau was claimed for the British crown, and the expedition was responsible for the first ascent of Mount Erebus. — Ernest Shackleton in a letter to his wife Emily, 4 March 1919. London: William Heinemann, 1919. London: Smith, Elder, & Co, 1907-1914. Size: 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. No Jacket. REPORT ON THE GEOLOGICAL COLLECTIONS MADE DURING THE VOYAGE OF THE "QUEST" On The Shackleton-Rowett Expedition To The South Atlantic And Weddell Seea In 1921-1922. (Henley on Thames, OXON, United Kingdom), About this Item: Printed By Order Of The Trustees Of The British Museum, 1930. One of the greatest epics in the field of Antarctic Travel and Exploration. London: William Heinemann, 1919. 29. First Landing Books & Arts (1999), ISBN 10: 1570761310ISBN 13: 9781570761317, From: (1991), ISBN 10: 0712639276ISBN 13: 9780712639279, From: Condition: Used - Very Good. However, “South” is much more detailed, covering both the Endurance voyage and Shackleton’s trip across the ice, sailing a lifeboat to safety, etc., but it also covers in detail the voyage of the Aurora, and death of some of their crew on the ice, which “Endurance” does not cover at all. Century, London, 1991. (1903), From: (1919), From: 4to., First Edition thus, with frontispiece, and numerous photographs and illustrations in the text; grey cloth, backstrip lettered in silver, blue endpapers, a near fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. [xxii], 380, colour photo frontispiece by F. Hurley with titled tissue guard. More information about this seller The epic first hand account of the Endurance expedition. (1920), From: Soft cover. ONE OF THE GREATEST BOOKS IN THE SOUTH POLAR OEUVRE. Appendix I and II, Index; illustrated in full-page b/w photos, maps. Condition: Fine. Trace of foxing to initial leaves and to fore-edge. They ran into problems from the outset which culminated in their being trapped and then crushed in the ice. From: Larry W Price Books 1919, w/new Foreword by Tim Cahill. Trade Paperback. Very Good. The Story of Shackleton’s Last Expedition: 1914-1917. (Westbury, WILTS, United Kingdom), About this Item: Birlinn Ltd, 2002. Century, London London. January 1920, 1st American printing. Hardcover. The book is in excellent condition with no marks, tears or writing. Quarto; papered boards; a fine copy with the excellent dustwrapper. Vol I, II, III. Condition: Fine. Condition: Near Fine. Maritime. Hardcover. Green Apple Books and Music South. 1st Edition. Royal octavo (255 × 165 mm), [ii] (blank), xxii, 376 pages with 6 sketch maps (one full-page) plus a colour frontispiece with a captioned tissue-guard, a double-page panorama and 86 full-page plates, a large folding map, and an errata slip (tipped in at page 1). South: The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914-1917 (Paperback) Published November 1999 by Penguin Books. Greely in his four page review of the book in 1921 noted not only was this the most comprehensive scientific work every attempted on a polar expedition but the four relief corner books More information about this seller Green Apple Books and Music, Publisher Weekly's Bookstore of the Year 2014, has been San Francisco's favorite independent bookseller since 1967! Hardcover. No Jacket. Hardcover. Published by South: The Last Antarctic Expedition of Shackleton and the Endurance. 3 1/2" closed tear on map, stabilized with archival tape. Condition: fine/fine. The team of the Weddell Sea Expedition aimed to locate the Endurance, the ship famously lost to the ice in 1915, during Ernest Shackleton's attempt to make the first land crossing of the Antarctic. Seller Inventory # 24689. Buy with confidence! 1st Edition. Page margins creased up to beginning of Chapter1, else Fine; square w/ flat spine and firm binding, interior clean and unmarked. (Arcturus Classics) by Ernest Shackleton. More information about this seller Faux Leather. (1991), From: Condition: Fair. The South Polar Times. Macmillan, 1920., 1920. They failed in that but were the first to reach the magnetic south … Browse Awhile Books Filled with more than eighty-five photographs and illustrations from the journey. Octavo, original blue cloth, uncut and partially unopened. First US Edition. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. A sledge and flag used on explorer Ernest Shackleton’s famed attempt to reach the South Pole in the early 1900s will be put on show in London and Cambridge. MacMillan, 1920. Quarto; papered boards; a fine copy with the excellent dustwrapper. Seller Inventory # 066713. Illustrated with a great many of the original first edition photographs, and a number of charts and maps within the text. Bound in dark green ribbed cloth with gilt title to cover and spine. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER. First US Edition. 16. Shipping costs on oversize / international orders will reflect actual shipping charges and may be more than quoted by ABE. xix, 376pp inc. Publishers green cloth, cover and spine titles in gilt, fold-out map tipped in at rear. South; The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914-1917. Pages toned especially at edges, contemporary gift inscription to title page, plates foxed and some mild marginal staining. Published by Free shipping for many products! 1st Edition. | Contact this seller Condition: VG+. | Contact this seller 10x6.25in ; xxi, 1 , 375 pp., 1 , Frontispiece colored image of Endurance with printed tissue guard and 87 photographic plates, folding map after p. 368 , index, tipped in errata sheet at p. 1; Dark blue cloth covers with silver lettering on spine and front, illustration of c.r. Hardcover. Seller Inventory # 117606. "The failure of Shackleton's Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition to even reach the Antarctic continent, much less to cross it via the South Pole, has become the great polar success story of the twentieth century" (Books on Ice). The artefacts had earlier been sold at auction to an overseas buyer, leading to the British Government to impose an export ban on the artefacts due to their national importance. Wakefield Press Adelaide 2002, 2002. This 1:40 000 scale map has detailed topographic data created from vhr satellite imagery, with 1:25 000 scale insets of key areas. Published by (Gainesville, FL, U.S.A.), About this Item: MacMillan, 1920. (Excelsior, MN, U.S.A.), About this Item: The Macmillan Company, New York, 1920. $156 for 24 months with PayPal Creditopens a installment calculator layer* $156 for 24 months. Binding holding but the hinges are cracked. Orig. Hardcover. London: William Heinemann, 1919. South: The Story of His Last Expedition to Antarctica. SOUTH is the story of Shackleton's failed attempt, after learning of Amundsen's attainment of the South Pole, to be the first to cross the final continent from sea to sea. Hours of business: Mon-Fri 10 to 6, and Sat 10 to 5, International League of Antiquarian Booksellers. (as issued). Hardcover. "South! First Edition. Beaufoy Books (dated in the year of publication). Wakefield Press Adelaide 2002 | Contact this seller | Contact this seller Jonkers Rare Books 3, otherwise free of any further highlighting or markings. "The failure of Shackleton's Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition to even reach the Antarctic continent, much less to cross it via the South Pole, has become the great polar success story of the twentieth century" (Books on Ice). Publishers review copy with slip laid in noting price at $6.00; additionally the title page has been blindstamped ADVANCE COPY FOR REVIEW - NOT FOR SALE. Filled with more than eighty-five photographs and illustrations from the journey. Hardcover. Shackleton, Ernest Henry, Sir, 1874-1922: Title: South! 1336855. Seller Inventory # GO525. This header should be the first thing seen when viewing this Project Gutenberg file. Following the return of the surviving crew from the voyage of the Quest, during which Shackleton lost his life, the expedition's financier presented the natural history collections to the British Museum. The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914 - 1917. Fine facsimile edition of the first work published in Antarctica, during the British Antarctic Expedition of 1907-1909, Shackleton's first as a leader, during which his party were the first to attain the Magnetic South Pole and came within 90 miles of the pole itself. A very good and well preserved copy. London, William Heinemann, December 1919., 1919. A little offsetting to r.p.e.p., most likely from a news clipping kept there at some point. Book. More information about this seller Published by - Shackleton from the Preface to the First Edition. Following the return of the surviving crew from the voyage of the Quest, during which Shackleton lost his life, the expedition's financier presented the natural history collections to the British Museum. Macmillan Company, 1920. (1919), From: First edition. 11. (1920), From: SHACKLETON, Ernest. (Albuquerque, NM, U.S.A.), About this Item: Lyons Press, U. S. A., 1998. Soft cover. First edition, first impression. Signed by Shackleton's Vol I. at the best online prices at eBay! The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914-17. Published by Condition: Very Good. No dj. Shackleton's offer to the Admiralty of his ships and men for war service was refused and he was told to proceed. Bingo Books 2 Condition: Fine. 380 pp.+ FoldOut Map at back & 90 Photo Plts (Frontis Plt is in Color with Tissue Guard), Orig Grn Hardback, Gilt Title, owner bookplate else VG & Crisp, no DJ, 1st Amer Ed. (1920), From: One of the greatest epics in the field of Antarctic Travel and Exploration. Our BookSleuth is specially designed for you. 27. Book. More information about this seller Details about South ~ ERNEST SHACKLETON ~ First Edition 1st ~ 1919 Endurance Polar Exploration. Soft Cover. Seller Inventory # 1366. The struggles, the disappointments, and the endurance of this small party of Britishers, hidden away for nearly two years in the fastnesses of the Polar ice, striving to carry out the ordained task and ignorant of the crises through which the world was passing, make a story which is unique in the history of Antarctic exploration." With Eighty-Eight Illustrations and Diagrams. Birlinn Ltd, 2002. (as issued). London, Century, 1991 (first thus). Many black-and-white photographs throughout book. More information about this seller Please use close-up options for best inspection; additional photos available at your request. Publisher's original gilt-decorated burgundy cloth. 1st Edition. He was a member of Robert Falcom Scott's Antarctic expedition of 1901-04, and in 1907-9 he commanded an expedition that came within a hundred miles of the South Pole (first reached by Amundsen in 1911), located near the magnetic pole, and climbed Mount Erebus. (Newburgh, NY, U.S.A.), About this Item: Macmillan Company, 1920. South. Large folding coloured map (with closed tear at hinge, not touching map itself) & numerous illustrations. First Edition. Excellent for comfortable reading. | Contact this seller Jan 8, 2018 - “Difficulties are just things to overcome, after all.” ― Ernest Shackleton South by Ernest Shackleton first edition for sale at RareBooksFirst.com. HARDBACK BOOK AND DUST JACKET IN NEAR FINE ONDITION. From: Printed By Order Of The Trustees Of The British Museum, 1930. 1st Edition. Condition: Very Good. . Gift inscription on f.f.e.p. Bumps on lower front corner at tail of spine and upper back corner at head of spine. South ~ ERNEST SHACKLETON ~ First Edition 1st ~ 1919 Endurance Polar Exploration. London: Smith, Elder, & Co, 1907-1914. SOUTH, THE STORY OF SHACKLETON'S LAST EXPEDITION 1914-1917. Dorset Press, New York, 2001. Bruce's Coat Land was passed and Caird Coast was discovered (11 January 1915) when the ship was beset on 18 January in heavy ice . 22. 1920. London, William Heinemann, December 1919. Hardcover. #ErnestShackleton #RareBooksFirst Rectangular shadow to page 29, probably from a newspaper clipping having been laid-in (no longer present). Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. (Halesworth, United Kingdom), About this Item: Birlinn Ltd, 2002. pp.380pp. More information about this seller With five companions he made a voyage of 800 miles in a twenty-two foot boat through some of the stormiest seas in the world, crossed the lofty interior of South Georgia, and reached a Norwegian whaling station on the north coast. Hardcover. SHACKLETON, Ernest. 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