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Thu Oct 16 18:00:17 2014 UTClccn-n500055910.06Destination, Antarctica /0.270.82The South polar times66475494Robert_Falcon_Scottn 5000559141150Falcon Scott, RobertKapitän Scott.Kapitan Skot.Scott, ... 1868-1912Scott 1868-1912 CapitánScott 1868-1912 CaptainScott 1868-1912 of the AntarcticScott Capitaine 1868-1912Scott, Capitán 1868-1912Scott, Captain, 1868-1912Scott, of the Antarctic, 1868-1912Scott, R. F.Scott, R. F. 1868-1912Scott, R. F. (Robert Falcon), 1868-1912Scott Robert 1868-1912Scott, Robert F.Scott, Robert F. 1868-1912Scott, Robert F. (Robert Falcon), 1868-1912Scott, Roberto 1868-1912Skott, Robert Falʹkon 1868-1912スコット, ロバートlccn-n80025970Amundsen, Roald1872-1928ctblccn-no89012422Discovery (Ship)lccn-no2005093996Terra Nova (Ship)lccn-n50002512Shackleton, Ernest HenrySir1874-1922edtlccn-n85031311Cherry-Garrard, Apsley1886-1959edtlccn-n80023181Huntford, Roland1927-lccn-n50030357Huxley, Elspeth1907-1997lccn-no2003121286Jones, MaxDrlccn-n79138917Ponting, Herbert Georgeprophtilldrtlccn-n93023645Baughman, T. H.1947-Scott, Robert Falcon1868-1912BiographyDiariesPictorial worksPeriodicalsScott, Robert Falcon,AntarcticaExplorersDiscovery and exploration, BritishBritish Antarctic ("Terra Nova") ExpeditionGreat BritainAntarctica--South PoleDiscoveries in geographyBritish National Antarctic ExpeditionTravelAmundsen, Roald,Discovery (Ship)Terra Nova (Ship)NorwayBritishShackleton, Ernest Henry,--Sir,Scientific expeditionsEnglandRoss, James Clark,--Sir,Humboldt, Alexander von,Stefansson, Vilhjalmur,Fawcett, Percy Harrison,Livingstone, David,Ricci, Matteo,Cortés, Hernán,Clark, William,Peary, Robert E.--(Robert Edwin),Alexander,--the Great,Philby, H. St. J. B.--(Harry St. John Bridger),Frémont, John Charles,Stuyvesant, Peter,Bates, Henry Walter,Sturt, Charles,Barentsz, Willem,Caillié, René,Flinders, Matthew,Nansen, Fridtjof,Cook, James,La Condamine, Charles-Marie de,Park, Mungo,Burton, Richard Francis,--Sir,Magalhães, Fernão de,Champlain, Samuel de,Cosa, Juan de la,La Salle, Robert Cavelier,--sieur de,Polo, Marco,Stanley, Henry M.--(Henry Morton),Lewis, Meriwether,Przhevalʹskiĭ, Nikolaĭ Mikhaĭlovich,Barth, Heinrich,186819121895190019011904190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151916191719181919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014505667672019919.8904G850 1910ocn438606437ocn442494308ocn443117757ocn074301211ocn755111880ocn753585389ocn752609720ocn494930681ocn67635394091886ocn000056116book18950.39Scott, Robert FalconThe voyage of the DiscoveryAccount of British National Antarctic Expedition 1901-04, leader R.F. Scott+-+722833093630724ocn003525832book19230.37Scott, Robert FalconScott's last expedition; the personal journal of Captain R.F. Scott, on his journey to the South poleBiography2693ocn001522514book19130.47Scott, Robert FalconScott's last expedition ... Vol. I. Being the Journals of Captain R.F. Scott, R.N., C.V.O. Vol II. Being the reports of the journeys and the scientific work undertaken by Dr. E.A. Wilson and the surviving members of the expedition, arranged by Leonard Huxley; with a preface by Sir Clements R. Markham ... With photogravure frontispieces, 6 original sketches in photogravure by Dr. E.A. Wilson, 18 coloured plates (16 from drawings by Dr. Wilson), 260 full page and smaller illustrations from photographs taken by Herbert C. Ponting and other members of the expedition, panoramas and mapsRobert Holmes presents "Scotts Last Expedition," an excerpt from the booklet "Historic Guide to Ross Island, Antarctica," which was originally published in 1971 by the Office of Polar Programs of the National Science Foundation. The excerpt highlights the second and final expedition led by English explorer Robert Falcon Scott (1868-1912). Scott perished during the return trip because of bad weather and a lack of food2382ocn676701435file20100.26Huntford, RolandRace for the South Pole : the expedition diaries of Scott and AmundsenBiographyDiariesSide by side, day by day, Huntford lets Scott and Amundsen speak for themselves, placing the diary entries of each (Scott's family had subtely edited the original). He includes superb original maps and photographs, and the never-before-translated diary of Amudsen's charismatic lead skier, Olav Bjaalund, which he translated, and an excellent introduction setting the scene. Scott, not surprisingly, pales compared to the easy competence of the Norwegians, who treated the whole thing, as Huntford explains, as a sporting contest+-+77341669961696ocn077739003file19960.13Scott, Robert FalconScott's last expeditionIn November 1910, the vessel Terra Nova left New Zealand carrying an international team of explorers led by Robert Falcon Scott, an Englishman determined to be the first man to reach the south Pole. Scott kept a detailed journal of his adventures until March 29, 1912, when he and the few remaining members of his team met their ends in a brutal blizzard. The daily progress of the expedition toward the pole is recorded in an immensely vivid and personal narrative, depicting the beauty of the Antarctic tundra, the harsh living conditions, and Scott's own desperation to beat rival explorers to the pole+-+85288613253241639ocn005251383book19140.50Scott, Robert FalconThe voyages of Captain Scott retold from 'The voyage of the "Discovery"' and 'Scott's last expedition'1462ocn035235903book19960.24Scott, Robert FalconScott's last expedition : the journals+-+77385213251358ocn010473414book19830.25Scott, Robert FalconScott's last expedition : the journalsBiography12913ocn006429668book19640.28Scott, Robert FalconScott's last expeditionBiographyDiaries9512ocn001491006book19120.47Priestley, Raymond EAntarctic adventure : Scott's Northern partyReprint of the original edition : London, Fisher Unwin, 19146614ocn029076616book19130.53Scott, Robert FalconScott's last expedition : in two volumesDiariesVol.1. being the journals of Captain R.F.Scott. Vol.II. being the reports of the journeys & the scientific work undertaken by Dr. E.A.Wilson and the surviving members of the expedition arranged by Leonard Huxley, with a preface by Sir Clements R. Markham Wit h photogravure frontispieces, 6 original sketches in photogravure by Dr. E.A.Wilson, 18 coloured plates ( 16 from drawings by Dr. Wi lson) 260 full-page and smaller illustrations, from photographs taken by Herbert G.Ponting, and other members of the expedition pan oramas and maps591ocn009034592book19460.63Mountevans, Edward Ratcliffe Garth Russell EvansBritish polar explorersPictorial worksBrief accounts of selected expeditions5113ocn061177305book19050.21Scott, Robert FalconThe voyage of the DiscoveryBiography+-+42053309364414ocn053657348book19130.70Scott, Robert FalconScott's last expedition : in two volumes. Vol. I. Being the journals of Captain R.F. Scott, R.N., C.V.O. Vol. II. Being the reports of the journeys & the scientific work undertaken by Dr. E.A. Wilson and the surviving members of the expedition4115ocn613144309book19190.31Scott, Robert FalconLetzte Fahrt : Scotts Tagebuch417ocn010187942book19140.82Scott, Robert FalconThe South polar timesPeriodicals419ocn070308211book19230.24Scott, Robert FalconScott's last expedition : extracts from the personal journals of Capt. R. F. Scott, R. N325ocn314590153book19130.28Scott, Robert FalconLetzte Fahrt315ocn833389483book19130.30Scott, Robert FalconLetzte Fahrt302ocn067034546book19870.16Scott, Robert FalconScotts laatste expeditie : de dagboeken van de reis van kapitein Robert Falcon Scott met de Terra Nova naar de Zuidpool, 1910-1912240212ocn045732418file19770.26Huxley, ElspethScott of the AntarcticHistoryBiographyBiography of Scott based on diaries and letters of his colleagues as well as his own writings+-+5397278535181910ocn045731557file19990.33Baughman, T. HPilgrims on the ice Robert Falcon Scott's first Antarctic expeditionGrade level: 9, 10, 11, 12, i, s+-+7690370305324124911ocn029703982book19910.21Bainbridge, BerylThe birthday boysFictionA fictionalized account of Captain Scott's ill-fated expedition to the South Pole in 1912, told from several points of view, Scott's as well as that of his men. The London Evening Standard called it "a daring leap of emphatic imagination."+-+425752132512346ocn670375635book20110.24Larson, Edward JAn empire of ice : Scott, Shackleton, and the heroic age of Antarctic scienceHistoryPublished to coincide with the centenary of the first expeditions to reach the South Pole, An Empire of Ice presents a new take on Antarctic exploration. Retold with added information, it's the first book to place the famed voyages of Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen, his British rivals Robert Scott and Ernest Shackleton, and others in a larger scientific, social, and geopolitical context. Efficient, well prepared, and focused solely on the goal of getting to his destination and back, Amundsen has earned his place in history as the first to reach the South Pole. Scott, meanwhile, has been reduced in the public mind to a dashing incompetent who stands for little more than relentless perseverance in the face of inevitable defeat. This book offers a new perspective by looking at the British efforts for what they actually were: massive scientific enterprises in which reaching the South Pole was but a spectacular sideshow.--From publisher description+-+4359065585119416ocn067361694book20050.21Crane, DavidScott of the Antarctic : a life of courage and tragedyBiographyA biography of Robert Falcon Scott draws on the explorer's own diaries and letters, as well as firsthand observations by participants in the Antarctic expeditions, to reassess Scott's life and scientific contributions+-+527069028511787ocn045661501book20010.23Solomon, SusanThe coldest March : Scott's fatal Antarctic expedition"This book tells the story of Captain Robert Falcon Scott and his British team who in November 1911 began a trek across the snows of Antarctica, striving to be the first to reach the South Pole. After marching and skiing more than nine hundred miles, the men reached the Pole in January 1912, only to suffer the terrible realization that a group of five Norwegians had been there about a month earlier. On their return journey, Scott and his four companions perished, and their legacy - as courageous heroes or tragic incompetents - has been debated ever since." "Susan Solomon brings a scientific perspective to understanding the men of the expedition, their staggering struggle, and the reasons for their deaths. Drawing on extensive meteorological data and on her own personal knowledge of the Antarctic, she depicts in detail the sights, sounds, legends, and ferocious weather of this singular place. And she reaches the startling conclusion that Scott's polar party was struck down by exceptionally frigid weather - a rare misfortune that thwarted the men's meticulous predictions of what to expect. Solomon describes the many adventures and challenges faced by Scott and his men on their journey, and she also discusses each one's life, contributions, and death. Her poignant and beautifully written book restores them to the place of honor they deserve."--Jacket+-+321435558511168ocn137238521file20030.33Jones, MaxThe last great quest Captain Scott's Antarctic sacrificeBiographyThe story of Captain Scott's last Antarctic expedition is one of the greatest adventure stories ever told. Captain Robert Falcon Scott, Lieutenant Henry Bowers, Petty Officer Edgar Evans, Captain Lawrence Oates, and Dr Edward Wilson all died on the return trek from the South Pole, starved and frozen, only eleven miles from a supply camp. In November 1912, a rescue party discovered their last letters and diaries, which told a story of bravery, hardship, and self-sacrifice that. shocked the world. Recent decades have seen controversy rage over whether Scott was the last of a line of great Victor+-+4839537465108913ocn183611689file20050.39Scott, Robert FalconJournals Captain Scott's last expeditionDiariesIn January 1912, Captain Scott reached the South Pole, only to find that he had been beaten by Roald Amundsen's Norwegian expedition. Scott and his companions now faced an 850-mile march to safety - all perished on the return journey. A few months later, a search party found Scott's body, and the journals which told this tragic story+-+0702474465100512ocn040126892book19970.21Preston, DianaA first rate tragedy : Robert Falcon Scott and the race to the South PoleBiographyChronicles Robert Falcon Scott's journey to the South Pole and discusses the circumstances that led to his death+-+349884048597317ocn012135638book19830.22Huntford, RolandThe last place on earthBiographyRecounts the efforts of Scott, a British explorer, and Amundsen, a Norwegian, to be the first to reach the South Pole+-+69290202858782ocn054960284book20040.21Fiennes, RanulphRace to the pole : tragedy, heroism, and Scott's Antarctic questBiographyProvides a detailed chronicle of Captain Robert Scott's expedition to reach the South Pole, a quest that ultimately cost him his life, drawing on materials from the Scott estate, and interviews with descendants of the key players+-+72955865968761ocn005101603book19790.17Pennington, PiersThe great explorersHistoryBiographyEach chapter covers an era of exploration - from the ancient world and the Middle Ages to the quest for the poles, as told through the careers of over fifty explorers82410ocn707255699book20100.16Hooper, MeredithThe longest winter : Scott's other heroesDiariesPresents the story of Captain Robert Scott's Eastern Party, renamed the Northern Party in official documents, and their incredible survival of an Antarctic winter+-+571289730632481913ocn493377026file19220.39Cherry-Garrard, ApsleyThe worst journey in the world Antarctic 1910-1913Annotation+-+06896902263248084ocn000884834book19740.23Brent, Peter LudwigCaptain Scott and the Antarctic tragedyBiography8069ocn006092576book19790.24Huntford, RolandScott and AmundsenBiographyExamines the differences in the two men's approaches to the discovery of the South Pole. A eulogy of Roald Amundsen and a debunking of R.F. scott. Well researched, but unduly biased7979ocn001378824book19660.27Pound, ReginaldScott of the AntarcticBiographyBiography based on new material7512ocn016466753book19880.06Swan, RobertDestination, AntarcticaJuvenile worksFollows the British adventurer Robert Swan and two other explorers on an exciting and dangerous 900-mile trek to the South Pole, following in the footsteps of Swan's childhood hero, Robert Falcon Scott, who made the journey exactly seventy-four years earlier+-+31376954057416ocn000995009book19740.25Ponting, Herbert GeorgeScott's last voyage : through the Antarctic camera of Herbert PontingPictorial works7066ocn008521702book19810.35Tally, TedTerra nova : a playDramaIn the winter of 1911-1912, five Englishmen and five Norwegians raced each other to the bottom of the earth. Only the five Norwegians returned. This is the story of the Englishmen+-+K776677735+-+8528861325324+-+8528861325324Thu Oct 16 15:27:51 EDT 2014batch56464