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To the edges of the Earth : 1909, the race for the three poles, and the climax of the age of exploration / Edward J. Larson.

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Kershaw - Elgin Library 919.804 LAR (Text) 33255003487668 Adult New Book Available -
Anderson - Anderson Main Library 919.804 Larson Edward (Text) 22960001558443 Adult New Non-Fiction Checked out 07/11/2018
Anderson - Powdersville Branch 919.804 Larson Edward (Text) 22960001558450 Adult New Non-Fiction Checked out 07/14/2018
Beaufort - Beaufort Branch 998 LAR (Text) 0530010642508 Adult New Books Checked out 07/07/2018
York - Fort Mill Branch 919.804 LARSON (Text) 33205011900491 Adult New Books -- Non-Fiction Checked out 06/29/2018
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  • ISBN: 9780062564474
  • ISBN: 0062564471
  • Physical Description: xx, 329 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York, NY : William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, [2018]

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As 1909 dawned, the greatest jewels of exploration—set at the world’s frozen extremes—lay unclaimed: the North and South Poles and the so-called “Third Pole,” the pole of altitude, located in unexplored heights of the Himalaya. Before the calendar turned, three expeditions had faced death, mutiny, and the harshest conditions on the planet to plant flags at the furthest edges of the Earth. In the course of one extraordinary year, Americans Robert Peary and Matthew Henson were hailed worldwide at the discovers of the North Pole; Britain’s Ernest Shackleton had set a new geographic “Furthest South” record, while his expedition mate, Australian Douglas Mawson, had reached the Magnetic South Pole; and at the roof of the world, Italy’s Duke of the Abruzzi had attained an altitude record that would stand for a generation, the result of the first major mountaineering expedition to the Himalaya's eastern Karakoram, where the daring aristocrat attempted K2 and established the standard route up the most notorious mountain on the planet.-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Polar regions > Discovery and exploration > History > 20th century.
Himalaya Mountains > Discovery and exploration > History > 20th century.
Polar regions > Discovery and exploration.
Mountaineering expeditions > Pakistan > K2 (Mountain)
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