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Fri Mar 21 17:15:03 2014 UTClccn-n500351790.01Mount Everest and beyond : Sir Edmund Hillary /0.170.76Sherpa AK069847762Edmund_Hillaryn 5003517970485Hillary, Edmond, SirHillary, Edmund Percival.Hillary, Edmund Percival, 1919-2008Hillary, Edmund, SirHillary, Edmund, Sir, 1919-2008Хиллари, Э., 1919-ヒラリーlccn-n50013068Tenzing Norkey1914-1986ivelccn-n83025264Fuchs, VivianSirlccn-n50027261Doig, Desmondlccn-n88254119Kramer, Sydellelccn-n84030165LaPadula, Tomilllccn-n79042179National Geographic Society (U.S.)lccn-n50036803WQED (Television station : Pittsburgh, Pa.)lccn-n84002597Kiley, Richardlccn-n81086734Coburn, Broughton1951-lccn-n93107199Johnston, AlexaHillary, Edmund1919-2008BiographyHistoryPictorial worksCatalogsMusical settingsJuvenile worksHillary, Edmund,MountaineersNew ZealandAsia--Mount EverestMountaineeringTravelTenzing Norkey,NepalTrans-Antarctic ExpeditionMount Everest ExpeditionHimalaya MountainsAsia--Ganges RiverAsia--Ganges River ValleyHimalayan Scientific and Mountaineering ExpeditionGreat BritainMountaineering expeditionsEcologySherpa (Nepalese people)EducationHillary, PeterHimalayan Schoolhouse ExpeditionReporters and reportingTimes (London, England)Photograph collectionsDiscoveries in geography--EnglishEngland--LondonDocumentary photographyCommunity developmentAntarcticaExplorersDiscoveries in geographyAdventure and adventurersHuman ecologyNature conservationEnvironmental policyIndigenous peoplesIndiaChinaEthnologyCivilizationYetiScientific expeditionsNepal--Sagarmāthā National ParkMonologues with music (String orchestra)String orchestra musicCurnow, Allen,Discovery and exploration, BritishVoyages and travelsHimalaya Mountains RegionRoyal Geographical Society (with The Institute of British Geographers)191920081953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201422557456946BGV199.92.H54ocn001329033ocn033440014ocn417350893ocn444269129ocn455843002ocn439861285ocn868376572ocn800000064ocn781037878ocn799994355ocn800050320ocn074301211ocn215448302ocn220160346ocn220160371ocn220185924ocn844857261ocn845582198ocn459478924ocn676570475ocn762592972ocn725211814116122ocn001269885book19580.28Fuchs, VivianThe crossing of Antarctica; the Commonwealth Transantarctic Expedition, 1955-1958Juvenile worksA detailed account of the first full crossing of Antarctica via the South Pole by the Commonwealth Expedition. This crossing was completed on March 2, 1958, when two groups, one traveling south from Shackleton Base under Dr. Fuchs' direction and the other traveling north from Ross Island under Sir Edmund Hillary's direction, met at Scott Base110521ocn001314732book19620.21Hillary, EdmundHigh in the thin cold air; the story of the Himalayan Expedition, led by Sir Edmund Hillary, sponsored by World Book EncyclopediaStory of the Himalayan Scientific and Mountaineering Expedition of 1960-61, and the search for the elusive Yeti. For contents, see Author Catalog9478ocn010099055book19840.27HILLARY, S. E. (Ed.)Ecology 2000 : the changing face of earthDiscusses the changes that the spread of industrialization throughout the world is bringing to pass in ecology80320ocn001326630book19550.21Hillary, EdmundHigh adventureHistoryBiographyPersonal record of his mountaineering experiences that reached their climax in the conquest of Mt. Everest+-+698216046563512ocn001363360book19640.23Hillary, EdmundSchoolhouse in the cloudsA mountaineering scientist writes enthusiastically of his 1963 return to the Sherpas, Himalayan people of Tibetan origin, to pipe fresh water, build schools, treat their diseases, and assault two unclimbed peaks, Taweche and Kangtega5585ocn043825486visu19990.16Surviving EverestHistoryBiographyA remarkable insider's look at what it takes to climb the highest, most dangerous mountain on Earth-- Mount Everest47922ocn000487167book19610.25Hillary, EdmundNo latitude for errorPersonal narrative of Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition, 1955-582903ocn049942735book20020.17Royal Geographical Society (with The Institute of British Geographers)Explorations : great moments of discovery from the Royal Geographical SocietyCatalogsPictorial worksExplorations captures in photographs and interviews the expeditions and emotions of some of the most daring adventurers of the last century. Organized according to geographical region, and accompanied by essays by such famous names as Wilfred Thesiger, Richard Leakey, and Edmund Hillary, the photographs offer a fascinating glimpse of the world's varied landscapes and habitats, its peoples, and ways of life. Some of the pictures recall historic moments in time - Scott finding Amundsen's empty tent at the South Pole, Tenzing Norgay photographed by Hillary on the peak of Everest, the ferryman who took David Livingstone across the river on the last day of his life. Other pictures are remarkable as records of vanished or vanishing peoples, or simply as beautiful pieces of art+-+957701420628712ocn006043642book19790.20Hillary, EdmundFrom the ocean to the skyBiographyThis book recounts the author's 1977 expedition up the length of the Ganges river from its delta in the Bay of Bengal to near its source in the Himalayas25821ocn014046134book19580.25Fuchs, VivianThe crossing of Antarctica : the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition, 1955-582269ocn002974033book19540.27Hillary, EdmundEast of Everest, an account of the New Zealand Alpine Club Himalayan Expedition to the Barun Valley in 19542011ocn001329033book19580.19Hillary, EdmundChallenge of the unknown1503ocn029686474book19930.56World Congress on National Parks and Protected AreasIndigenous peoples and protected areas : the law of mother Earth+-+12168380363241211ocn001925761book19550.35Hillary, EdmundHigh adventure. With maps by A. Spark and sketches by George Djurkouic641ocn011366523rcrd19840.14Everest a sound history, 1982-1983History641ocn056372351file0.76Sherpa AK06The Sherpa are a Tibetan-speaking people who moved into the valleys of eastern Nepal in the middle of the sixteenth century. They survived as traders transporting goods by Yak across the Himalayas, linking the markets of China to Nepal and India. This collection of 19 documents about the Sherpa covers a period from the 1950s to 1990s. The Sherpa environment, religion, and social change have received the most attention by these authors547ocn026673611book19910.20Hillary, EdmundSir Edmund Hillary's SagarmathaPictorial worksFotoboek over de bergwereld rond de Mount Everest+-+33266797143243819ocn029620495book19580.37Fuchs, VivianThe crossing of AntarcticaDen britiske trans-antarktiske ekspedition 1955-58342ocn033440014rcrd19950.53Lilburn, DouglasAllegro for strings Landfall in unknown seas ; Diversions : for string orchestraMusical settings3210ocn020092175book19750.21Hillary, EdmundNothing venture, nothing winBiography11547ocn001299239book19750.21Hillary, EdmundNothing venture, nothing winBiography10486ocn004493579book19790.20Hillary, EdmundFrom the ocean to the skyBiographyThis book recounts the author's 1977 expedition up the length of the Ganges river from its delta in the Bay of Bengal to near its source in the Himalayas9278ocn026158259book19930.06Kramer, SydelleTo the top! : climbing the world's highest mountainHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyDescribes how Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norkey became the first human beings to reach the top of the world by climbing Mount Everest+-+10338342157705ocn043706556book20000.06Coburn, BroughtonTriumph on Everest : a photobiography of Sir Edmund HillaryJuvenile worksBiographyBiography Pictorial worksPictorial worksA biography of Edmund Hillary, whose love of snow, mountains, and the outdoor life culminated in his conquering the highest peak in the world+-+496627742572312ocn043980131book19980.18Hillary, EdmundView from the summitBiographyThe remarkable memoir by the first person to conquer Everest+-+92155989255727ocn013822396book19840.18Hillary, EdmundAscent : two lives explored : the autobiographies of Sir Edmund and Peter HillaryBiographyPreviously published as: Two generations. 1984. A dual autobiography describing three decades of high-altitude climbing by father and son5552ocn020756486book19900.06Gaffney, Timothy REdmund HillaryJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of Edmund Hillary, whose love of snow, mountains, and the outdoor life culminated in his conquering the highest peak in the world5132ocn022593357book19910.06Fraser, Mary AnnOn top of the world : the conquest of Mount EverestHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyDescribes the final stages of the conquest of Mount Everest on May 29, 1953, by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norkey4753ocn044627034book20000.06Brennan, KristineSir Edmund Hillary, modern-day explorerJuvenile worksBiographyProfiles the life and explorations of Sir Edmund Hillary, a beekeeper from New Zealand who, along with his guide, Tenzing Norgay, were the first men to reach the summit of Mount Everest+-+48161564254651ocn046634231book20020.06Masoff, JoyEverest : reaching for the skyJuvenile worksBiographyThis title introduces readers to Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, the first men to reach the peak of Mt. Everest. Illustrations. Difficult climbing conditions on Everest-rough terrain, cold temperatures, and high altitude-are explained. Various types of climbing equipment are discussed as well. Reaction to the conquest of Everest came from all around the world. Hillary and Norgay both used their fame to improve conditions for the people of Nepal+-+72521748953561ocn032702082book19960.06Stewart, WhitneySir Edmund Hillary : to Everest and beyondJuvenile worksBiographyProfiles the life of the explorer who, with Tenzing Norgay, was the first to reach the summit of Mount Everest in 1953+-+62749077353373ocn061751275book20050.15Johnston, AlexaReaching the summit : Sir Edmund Hillary's life of adventureHistoryBiography+-+027061102528110ocn065217165book20050.18Johnston, AlexaSir Edmund Hillary : an extraordinary life : the authorised, illustrated biographyBiography: Born and raised in a quiet country town in New Zealand, Edmund Hillary was a shy, unassuming schoolboy with a seemingly unremarkable career ahead of him. As a young man he discovered a love of mountaineering; it was a hobby that turned him into a legend of the 20th century+-+49009552153242753ocn027068319book19930.06Davidson, BobHillary and Tenzing climb EverestHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyDescribes the first successful climb to the top of Mount Everest and the many failed attempts made prior to the 1953 triumph2701ocn061731343book20070.06Elish, DanEdmund Hillary : first to the topJuvenile worksBiography"An examination of the life and accomplishments of the famed explorer from New Zealand who was one of the first to scale Mount Everest"--Provided by publisher+-+79777961252634ocn084152881book20070.06Kerr, JamesHillary and Norgay's Mount Everest adventureHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyChronicles Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay's successful ascent of Mount Everest in 1953, discussing their preparations, equipment, route, climbing techniques, and challenges they faced during the journey to and from the summit+-+400249859626115ocn026011248visu19840.08Strauss, TheodoreReturn to EverestHistoryBiographyCase studiesMore than 30 years after Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay became the first men to conquer Mount Everest, they returned to Everest to celebrate their historic ascent. Includes footage from the 1953 expedition2412ocn082470832book20070.06Whipple, HeatherHillary and Norgay : to the top of Mount EverestJuvenile worksBiographyBiography of the first two successful climbers to the top of Mount Everest+-+73697232252383ocn042934537book19700.24Morris, JanCoronation EverestBiography+-+02955353062381ocn034658712book19970.01Hacking, Sue MullerMount Everest and beyond : Sir Edmund HillaryJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the New Zealand beekeeper who teamed up with Tenzing Norgay to climb the world's highest mountain in 1953+-+5649596125+-+9577014206+-+9577014206Fri Mar 21 16:09:28 EDT 2014batch38173