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Fri Mar 21 17:13:59 2014 UTClccn-n820756010.00[Letter] 1838 Jan. 4, at Capt. Maclaine's, [Van Dieman's Land to Lady Franklin] /0.351.00Lady Franklin collection74661766Jane_Franklinn 82075601772343Franklin, JaneFranklin, Jane 1792-1875Franklin, Jane Griffin, LadyFranklin, Jane Griffin, Lady, 1791-1875Franklin, Jane Griffin, Lady, 1792-1875Franklin, Jane, Lady, 1792-1875Griffin Franklin, Jane, Lady, 1791-1875Griffin, Jane, 1792-1875Lady Franklin, Jane Griffinlccn-n50025740Franklin, John1786-1847lccn-n78087607Dickens, Charles1812-1870lccn-n95045492Flanagan, Richard1961-lccn-no2009077511Elce, Erika Behrischlccn-n91119734McGoogan, Kenneth1947-lccn-n50009087Berton, Pierre1920-2004lccn-n79054970Stefansson, Vilhjalmur1879-1962lccn-n82075269Hornby, John1880-1927lccn-n80060393Service, Robert W.(Robert William)1874-1958lccn-n79003352Boyle, Joe1867-1923Franklin, Jane1791-1875Records and correspondenceHistorySourcesDiariesBiographyFranklin, John,Franklin, Jane,Dickens, Charles,Great BritainExplorers' spousesTasmaniaAboriginal AustraliansDiscovery and exploration, BritishArctic RegionsAboriginal TasmaniansIndigenous womenChildren, Aboriginal AustralianSearch and rescue operationsNorthwest TerritoriesArctic Ocean--Northwest PassageAdventure and adventurersCanada, NorthernTravelCanada--Canadian NorthwestHawaiiWomen explorersService, Robert W.--(Robert William),Hornby, John,Boyle, Joe,Stefansson, Vilhjalmur,ExplorersInterracial adoptionCracroft, Sophia,Women travelersYukonFrontier and pioneer lifeAlaska--SitkaGovernors' spousesTravelsNew South WalesVictoriaCrozier, Francis Rawdon Moira,Pacific NorthwestDiscoveries in geographySouth Africa--Cape TownSouth Africa--Cape Town RegionAustraliaMuseumsWomenGreat Britain.--AdmiraltyManners and customsAustralian poetryNew South Wales--IllawarraPioneersErebus (Ship)1791187518361838183918431850185418551856185718581859186018611864187018951915191719231947194919511952195719581966196919701972197419771981198219841985198819921999200220042005200620072008200920102011201220134138107184910.916327G6621115ocn027621079book19470.56Franklin, JohnSome private correspondence of Sir John and Lady Jane Franklin (Tasmania, 1837-1845)HistorySourcesRecords and correspondence717ocn014150460book19230.84Franklin, JaneThe life, diaries and correspondence of Jane Lady Franklin 1792-1875Biography593ocn076413480file19580.76Korn, Alfons LThe Victorian visitors: an account of the Hawaiian Kingdom, 1861-1866, including the journal letters of Sophia Cracroft; extracts from the journals of Lady Franklin, and diaries and letters of Queen Emma of HawaiiHistorySources379ocn011011674book18560.79Franklin, Jane[Letter to the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, April 12, 1856]234ocn163283221com18540.92Franklin, JaneArctic expeditions copy of letter addressed by Lady Franklin to the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, dated the 24th day of February 1854, in reference to their Lordships' announcement in the London Gazette of the 20th day of January 1854, respecting the officers and crews of Her Majesty's ships 'Erebus' and 'Terror', and of a copy of such notice175ocn016903050book18570.88Franklin, JaneA letter to Viscount Palmerston, K.G51ocn052666496book20020.27Franklin, JaneThis errant lady : Jane Franklin's overland journey to Port Philip and Sydney, 1839Diaries+-+249256791532452ocn029323345book18500.47United StatesMessage from the President of the United States, communicating, copies of a correspondence with the lady of Sir John Franklin : relative to the expedition to the arctic regions under the command of her husband January 4, 185042ocn495253502com20090.47Franklin, JaneAs affecting the fate of my absent husband selected letters of Lady Franklin concerning the search for the lost Franklin expedition, 1848-1860Records and correspondence+-+742980822522ocn225654239book1838Franklin, John[Letter] 1838 Jan. 4, at Capt. Maclaine's, [Van Dieman's Land to Lady Franklin]21ocn012592161mix18601.00Lady Franklin collectionHistorySourcesLetters, journals and other writings of various authors including: Sophia Cracroft, niece and companion of Lady Franklin, Lady Franklin, Queen Emma of Hawaii, Kings Kamehameha IV and Kamehameha V, Robert C. Wyllie, Mr. and Mrs. Hoapili, who accompanied Queen Emma to England in 1865, and others21ocn012592037mix18611.00Franklin, JaneJournalsHistorySources22ocn753255280book19510.73WOODWARD, Frances JoycePortrait of Jane; a life of Lady Franklin11ocn221480136book19770.47Franklin, JohnSome private correspondence11ocn225776447bookTurnbull, AdamLettersRecords and correspondenceLetters to Dr A Turnbull from Sir John Franklin, Lady Jane Franklin and Sir George Arthur (1839-1852)11ocn061579322book18600.84Cheyne, LieutDescriptive catalogue of fourteen stereoscopic slides of the Franklin relics brought home in the "Fox" by Captain M'Clintock, in September, 185911ocn517860356book18540.73Franklin, JaneArctic expeditions ... "Copy of letter addressed by Lady Franklin to the lords commissioners of the Admiralty ... in reference to their lordships' announcement ... respecting the officers and crews of Her Majesty's ships 'Erebus' and 'Terror'; and of a copy of such notice."11ocn063075428book18540.10Arctic expedition. Return to an address of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 17 March 1854;- for, "Copy of letter addressed by Lady Franklin to the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, dated the 24th day of February 1854, in reference to their Lordships' announcement in the London Gazette of the 20th day of January 1854, respecting the officers and crews of Her Majesty's ships 'Erebus' and 'Terror'; and of a copy of such notice."Records and correspondence11ocn010197819mix1.00Franklin, JanePapersFour A.L.S., one to Ross, and handwritten calling card11ocn711430677book19850.59Franklin, JaneThe journal of Lady Jane Franklin at the Cape of Good Hope, November 1836 : keeping up the characterDiaries130718ocn262431042book20080.19Flanagan, RichardWantingHistoryFictionHistorical fictionAssuming the governorship of the penal colony of Van Diemen's Land, Sir John Franklin and his wife adopt a young Aboriginal girl, Mathinna, and ten years later after Franklin and his crew disappear in the Arctic, Charles Dickens takes an interest in the story, which has a profound affect on this own life+-+K5546675358563ocn549303944file20090.47Franklin, JaneAs affecting the fate of my absent husband selected letters of Lady Franklin concerning the search for the lost Franklin expedition, 1848-1860Records and correspondence+-+74298082253448ocn062089078book20050.27McGoogan, KennethLady Franklin's revenge : a true story of ambition, obsession and the remaking of Arctic historyBiography"Born into a wealthy London family in late-eighteenth-century England, Jane Griffin enjoyed nothing like the opportunities available to men of her class. And yet she became a world traveller, ranging far off the beaten path of Grand-Tour Europe to explore Russia, Greece, the Holy Land and northern Africa. She rode a donkey into Nazareth, sailed a rat-infested boat up the Nile River, and, at age of seventy, circumnavigated the globe in rough sailing ships." "Jane married Captain John Franklin at thirty-six. She helped him seize the opportunity of a lifetime - leadership of a Royal Navy expedition destined, supposedly, to solve the final riddle of the Northwest Passage. After Franklin disappeared into the Arctic, she badgered the Admiralty into dispatching dozens of ships to locate him; she financed voyages through public subscription, paid for others out of her own pocket, and inspired even the president of the United States to contribute to the search." "In 1854, when explorer John Rae returned from the Arctic with news that the final survivors of the Franklin expedition, while starving to death, had degenerated into cannibalism, Jane enlisted the celebrated Charles Dickens to repudiate him. She then sent Leopold McClintock to the area Rae had specified, and he brought back the evidence she sought, exonerating Franklin personally and opening the way to her creation of a legend."--BOOK JACKET+-+20270584052982ocn057182002book20040.23Berton, PierrePrisoners of the NorthHistoryBiographyExamines the true stories of five Arctic adventurers who braved the harsh Arctic landscape between the mid-nineteenth to mid-twentieth centuries+-+82506213251282ocn002953470book19510.73WOODWARD, Frances JoycePortrait of Jane; a life of Lady Franklin982ocn008009186book19810.53Cracroft, SophiaLady Franklin visits Sitka, Alaska, 1870 : the journal of Sophia Cracroft, Sir John Franklin's nieceDetailed account with sketches of Sophie Cracroft's journal kept from May 12 to June 14, 1870. Includes map and census of Sitka with biographical information on residents. From original manuscript held by Scott Polar Research Institute972ocn828694674book20130.18McGoogan, KennethThe ambitions of Jane FranklinHistoryBiographyIn a period when most ladies sat at home with their embroidery, Jane Franklin achieved fame throughout the western world, and was probably the best travelled woman of her day. Alison Alexander traces the life of this inimitable woman, from her birth in late 18th century London, her marriage at the ripe age of 36 years to Sir John Franklin, to her many trips to far-flung locations, including Russia, the Holy Land, northern Africa, America and Australia. Once Jane Franklin married, her original ambition - to live life to the full - was joined by an equally ardent desire to make her kind and mild husband a success. Arriving in Tasmania in 1837 when Sir John became governor, she swept like a whirlwind through the colony: attempting to rid the island of snakes; establishing a scientific society and the Hobart regatta; adopting an Aboriginal girl, and sending a kangaroo to Queen Victoria821ocn055649980book20020.27Franklin, JaneThis errant lady : Jane Franklin's overland journey to Port Philip and Sydney, 1839Diaries+-+2492567915324822ocn299114394rcrd20090.12Flanagan, RichardWantingHistoryFictionA young Aboriginal girl, Mathinna, is adopted by the most celebrated explorer of the age, Sir John Franklin, and his wife, Lady Jane, to show that the savage can be civilised. When Sir John disappears while looking for the fabled Northwest Passage, Lady Jane turns to the great novelist Charles Dickens for help. Inspired by historical events, Wanting is a haunting meditation about love, loss and the way life is finally determined never by reason, but only ever by wanting+-+9806967926324711ocn025096065book19920.06Berton, PierreJane Franklin's obsessionJuvenile worksCanada history, England, North West passage652ocn692286992book20110.24Edge, ArabellaFields of iceFictionFields of Ice tells the dramatic story of Franklin's third and final expedition to the North-West Passage through the eyes of the ship's cook, Canot+-+5971805885324633ocn565924259book20100.37Fortier, DominiqueOn the proper use of starsFictionA sparkling, inventive debut novel inspired by Sir John Franklin's grand ' but ultimately failed ' quest to discover the Northwest Passage and by his extraordinary wife, Lady Jane. Originally published in Quebec as Du bon usage des etoiles, Dominique Fortier's debut On the Proper Use of Stars is as fresh and imaginative as anything published in recent years. It weaves together the voices of Francis Crozier, Sir John Franklin's second in command, who turns a sceptical eye on the grandiose ambitions and hubris of his leader, and of Lady Jane Franklin and her niece Sophia, both driven to uncommon actions by love and by frustration as months then years pass with no word from the expedition. Fortier skilfully accents the main narratives with overheard conversations and snippets from letters and documents that bring two entirely different worlds ' the frozen Arctic and busy Victorian London ' alive. From the Hardcover edition+-+1712956225324592ocn002120031book19740.76Cracroft, SophiaLady Franklin visits the Pacific Northwest : being extracts from the letters of Miss Sophia Cracroft, Sir John Franklin's niece, February to April 1861 and April to July 1870Visits of Lady Franklin and Sophia Cracroft to British Columbia and Sitka, Alaska321ocn014242775book19850.59Franklin, JaneThe journal of Lady Jane Franklin at the Cape of Good Hope, November 1836 : keeping up the characterDiaries251ocn027582949book19840.59Calder, James ErskineRecollections of Sir John & Lady Jane Franklin in Tasmania191ocn042135570book19990.47Russell, PennyDisplaced loyalties : vice-regal women in colonial AustraliaHistory161ocn224233359book20040.27Eberhard, AdrienneJane, Lady FranklinHistoryPoetry+-+2499951236324142ocn014450689book19660.76Engelhardt, IngeborgWeil ich Gefahr bestand. Roman einer verlorenen ExpeditionFiction121ocn024810063book19880.33Franklin, JaneThe Illawarra diary of Lady Jane Franklin, 10-17 May 1839HistoryDiariesSources112ocn154156171book19230.84Franklin, JaneThe life, diaries and correspondence of Jane Lady Franklin 1792-1875Biography+-+2492567915324+-+2492567915324Fri Mar 21 15:28:36 EDT 2014batch26667