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Wed Mar 29 17:37:18 2017 1 South! Project Gutenberg Australia a treasure-trove of literature treasure found hidden with no evidence of ownership SOUTH! THE STORY OFSHACKLETONS LAST EXPEDITION19141917 BY SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON C.V.O. TO MY COMRADES WHO FELL IN THE WHITE WARFARE OF THE SOUTH AND ON THERED FIELDS OF FRANCEAND FLANDERS CONTENTS I. INTO THE WEDDELL SEA II. NEW LAND III.
WINTER MONTHS IV. LOSS OF THE ENDURANCE V. OCEAN CAMP VI. THE MARCH BETWEEN VII.
PATIENCE CAMP VIII.
ESCAPE FROM THE ICE IX. THE BOAT JOURNEY X. ACROSS SOUTH GEORGIA XI. THE RESCUE XII.
ELEPHANT ISLAND XIII.
THE ROSS SEA PARTY XIV.
WINTERING IN McMURDO SOUND XV. LAYING THE DEPOTS XVI.
THE AURORAS DRIFT XVII.
THE LAST RELIEF XVIII.
THE FINAL PHASE APPENDIX I: SCIENTIFIC WORK SEA-ICE NOMENCLATURE Wed Mar 29 17:37:18 2017 2 METEOROLOGY PHYSICS SOUTH ATLANTIC WHALES AND WHALING APPENDIX II: THE EXPEDITION HUTS AT McMURDO SOUND INDEX LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE PRIDE OF HER YOUTH.
Colour Photograph by F. Hurley The Leader The Weddell Sea Party Young Emperor Penguins A Huge Floe of Consolidated Pack Samson Ice-Flowers Midnight off the New Land New Land: Caird Coast Close Under the Barrier Trying to cut a way for the Ship through the Ice to a Lead ahead (February 14, 1915) The Night Watchmans Story The Dying Sun: The Endurance firmly frozen in The Rampart Berg A Bi-Weekly Performance: Scrubbing out the Ritz Pylon Avenue The Long, Long Night The Pups Ice-Pressure Approaching the Ship Ice-Rafting The Returning Sun Wild and Shackleton in the Heavy Pressure Exercising the Dogs Crab-eater Seals The Beginning of the End Within a few Seconds she heeled over until she had a List of Thirty Degrees to Port Almost Overwhelmed [Attack of the floes] The Driving Floe, moving laterally across the Stern, split the Rudder and tore out the Rudder-Post and Stern-Post The End A Week Later The Wreckage lies around in Dismal Confusion The First Attempt to reach the Land 346 Miles Away Ocean Camp The Look...





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