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Narrative of an Expedition to the East Coast of Greenland ... in Search of ...
Wilhelm August Graah
No preview available - 2015
according accordingly ancient appearance arrived bear boat calculated called Cape Cape Farewell church circumstance close coast of Greenland colony consequence considerable course covered determined direction distance district East Bygd East coast Ernenek Europeans expedition fact feet firth four frequently further give given Greenland half hand height HISTORY hope icebergs Iceland inhabited island Juliana's-hope July land latitude less light look matter means mention miles mountains natives NEEDLE Nennortalik North NOTES obliged observation obtained occasion once opinion passed present Price probably reached remain remarkable rest rock ruins sail seals seemed seen ship shore side situated snow soon sort sound South taken tents took usually vibrations voyage West coast whole wind Winter women
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