4 edition of Letters written during the late voyage of discovery in the Western Arctic Sea found in the catalog.
Letters written during the late voyage of discovery in the Western Arctic Sea
|Statement||By an officer of the expedition.|
|Series||History of the Canadian Northwest -- PNW 418.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 124 p.|
|Number of Pages||124|
George Francis. February A Caravel with two lateen sail rigs and a headsail. The Jesuits told him to go be a missionary in Quebec. Sailor standing at left has clothing typical of 16th century. During a voyage there were always food losses from spoilage of both food and beer, and leakage from barrels. A hundred times a day each one of us looked aloft at the towering pyramids of canvas, the beautiful deep curves of the leeches of the sails and the straining sheets of the great courses, listened to the deep hum of the wind up the height of the rigging, the thud and judder of the steering gear as the ship surged along, heard the helmsman striking the bells, signaling a change of watch or a mealtime, establishing a routine so strong that the outside world seemed unreal.
Reports of ships lost at sea without trace were real and frightening to men traveling the oceans. The suggestion caught on; the extension of the name to North America, however, came later. Having heard rumors by way of Jamestown and John Smith, he and his crew decided to try to seek out a Southwest Passage through North America. Later in the journey, Barentsz reached the west coast of Novaya Zemlya, and followed it northward before being forced to turn back in the face of large icebergs. These explorations were frequently connected to conquest and missionary work, as the states of Europe attempted to increase their influence, both in political and religious terms, throughout the world. According to a theory of Alberto Magnaghi, on the contrary, these documents are to be regarded as the result of skillful manipulations, and the sole authentic papers would be the private letters, so that the verified voyages would be reduced to two.
Captains of both types of vessels were never indifferent to the ice, and they guided their ships in response to the closest scrutiny of the ice. Portugal received the west African Coast and the Indian Ocean route to India, as well as part of the Pacific Ocean waterways, while Spain gained the Western Atlantic Ocean and the lands further to the west. London : William Mason, R85 ] This short pamphlet recounts the journey of Captain Ross and his crew in search of the Northwest Passage, which took place from
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Yet without these early trips, much of the area would be uncharted and even more unknown. Willem Barentsz On June 5, Barentsz left the island of Texel aboard the small ship Mercury, as part of a group of three ships sent out in separate directions to try and enter the Kara Sea, with the hopes of finding the Northeast passage above Siberia.
It represents centuries of effort to find a route westward from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean through the Arctic Archipelago of what became Canada.
James Cook. It also led indirectly to an increase in slavery which was already widely practised throughout the worldas the explorations led to a rise in supply and thus demand for cottonindigoand tobacco.
He eventually turned north-west to New Guinea, and arrived at Batavia on June 15, Although the expedition failed to reach Repulse Bay, they ultimately succeeded in returning to England alive.
The tendency is more pronounced in northern areas like the Barents sea, the shores of the Arctic ocean and the estuaries of the Ob and Yenisey rivers. The paucity of data cannot be attributed to negligence of reporting standards of an earlier age, as it shown by a second case.
When Berardi died, either at the end of or at the beginning ofVespucci became manager of the Sevilla agency. When June arrived, and the ice had still not loosened its grip on the ship, the scurvy-ridden survivors took two small boats out into the sea on June It also provided a platform for cosmopolitan discourses, which took place in locations such as the ships of the Ming treasure fleet, the Ming capitals of Nanjing as well as Beijing, and the banquet receptions organized by the Ming court for foreign representatives.
The Spanish Empire. As a result, a race for more land, especially in the so-called "East Indies" arose.
After setting out inone ship was damaged possibly by a severe storm and sought anchorage in Ireland. His parents had died when he was ten years old and he was sent to Lisbon in Portugal when he was twelve.
Roger M McCoy We may read accounts of Letters written during the late voyage of discovery in the Western Arctic Sea book explorers sailing to unknown lands in the New World, but we seldom learn details about their ships or about the life of a sailor on those small caravels and carracks.
He became skilled in navigational techniques and seems to have envisagedindependently of Christopher Columbusthe possibility of reaching Asia by sailing westward.
Later in the journey, Barentsz reached the west coast of Novaya Zemlya, and followed it northward before being forced to turn back in the face of large icebergs. Sidney, [? Despite the unreliable and often fantastical nature of its accounts it was used as a reference  for the East, Egypt, and the Levant in general, asserting the old belief that Jerusalem was the centre of the world.
He was going to be a Jesuit priest, but abandoned these plans. The Mongol Empire collapsed almost as quickly as it formed and soon the route to the east became more difficult and dangerous.
Any fresh fruits, vegetables, or fresh meat on board were soon consumed, and the rest of the voyage was dangerously deficient of vitamin C.
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