7 edition of Northwest passage solo found in the catalog.
|Statement||by David Scott Cowper with David Pelly.|
|Contributions||Pelly, David F., 1948-|
|LC Classifications||G670 1986 .C69 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||212 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||93034441|
THE NORTHWEST PASSAGE A guidebook to the rockclimbs of Q'emiln Park Post Falls, Idaho* With information on climbing traditions, natural history and environmental preservation. Ah, for just one time I would take the Northwest Passage To find the hand of Franklin reaching for the Beauford Sea; Tracing one warm line through a land so wide and savage. “Northwest Passage” is the opening song off of the album of the same name. The song compares the voyages of the first European explorers in Canada to Rogers’s own touring as a .
This passage marks an area rich in marine and avian life. Thick-billed murres, ivory gulls, beluga, narwhal, and bowhead whales reside in the ice-strewn waters. In addition to abundant wildlife, we’ll delve deeper into the exploration of the Northwest Passage and mercantile efforts of the Hudson's Bay Company. Product Information David Scott Cowper was the first man to successfully sail the Northwest passage single-handed. He faced many dangers and delays including impenetrable pack-ice, leaks and the eventual sinking and salavage of his boat.
Not only did Graeme sail the northwest passage as part of a day circumnavigation of the world from Auckland to Auckland - he did the passage solo, non-stop - nonstop person to have done so. He has just published a book about his journey which miles, across 32 oceans and seaways- called To The Ice And Beyond. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Northwest passage by Roberts, Kenneth Lewis, , Doubleday, Doran edition, in English Northwest passage ( edition) | Open LibraryPages:
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The Northwest Passage still has a romantic mystic attached to it, and the difficulties of crossing it are well described in this book. Enough detail and description is included to give the reader a genuine feel for the Passage and the scope of the trip/5(7).
Recounts the author's remarkable four-year sea voyage, his solo circumnavigation of the world via the Northwest Passage. Includes a selection of his color photos. Co-published with Seafarer Books (UK, ).Author: David Scott Cowper. "Northwest Passage", set in the French and Indian War, seems not to have aged as well, but is available and worthwhile in used condition.
The novel follows the tumultuous career of Major Robert Rogers, who set a high standard in adapting to the Indian way of fighting in the wilds of what would become upstate New York and eastern Canada/5().
“ this is a book to be savoured, to be read time and again.” - Foreward by Dr Tom Schnackenberg OBE There are no records of anyone having sailed the Northwest Passage solo and unassisted, as I was about to do. Even sailing it non-stop would be a first. Northwest Passage Solo | No other vessel--sail or power driven--had ever passed through the dangerous straits of the Northwest Passage and completed a voyage round the world before David Scott Cowper's daring journey in the converted RNLI life boat Mabel E.
(shelved 1 time as northwest-passage) avg rating —ratings — published Want to Read saving. Northwest Passage was first published in serial form in the Saturday Evening Post, in one of the last decisions made by George Horace Lorimer before his retirement as editor of the Post, with Book 1 running in and Book 2 in Author: Kenneth Roberts.
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The Eugene H. & Dorothy Kleinpell Gallery at the River Falls Public Library shared Northwest. Dueck wrote a book about the voyage called The New Northwest Passage.   On AugBear Grylls and a team of five were the first rigid inflatable boat (RIB) crew to complete a point-to-point navigation between Pond Inlet on Baffin Island and Tuktoyaktuk in.
Description of the book "Northwest Passage Solo": No other vessel—sail or power driven—had ever passed through the dangerous straits of the Northwest Passage and completed a voyage round the world before David Scott Cowper's daring.
Free download or read online Northwest Passage pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Kenneth Roberts. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format/5.
The Northwest Passage, however, remained the most important goal, and the search for the passage continued even though at that time such a route had no commercial value.
Proof of the existence of the passage in the mids only revealed how difficult its transit would be, and it was not until the early 20th cent. that the first transit was. Tony Soper, author of The Northwest Passage, Venture Books, “My first impression was how much greater the distances were than they appeared on the map.
Devon Island, to the north, is the largest uninhabited island on the planet, a tundra-covered land mass the size of Iowa.”. The book is enhanced by Scott Cowper's photographs taken during the est Passage Solo (Paperback).
Summary: David Scott Cowper was the first man to successfully sail the Northwest passage single-handed. He faced many dangers and delays including impenetrable pack-ice, leaks and the eventual sinking and salavage of his boat. Northwest passage solo.
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Northwest Passage Solo book. COWPER, David Scott, with David PELLY. Northwest Passage Solo. (L.): Seafarer Books, (). First Printing. Pp Illustrated. 8vo, grey cloth.
" the four-year struggle to complete a circumnavigation via the Northwest Passage." - from the dj. Fine in fine dj. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Cowper was the first to make it single-handed through the Northwest Passage, in converted life-boat the Mable E.
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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Northwest Passages Book Club. likes 15 talking about this. Welcome to the Northwest Passages Book Club, a community reading forum hosted by the Spokesman-Review newspaper/5(5). The passage wasn’t a commercially viable shipping route due to the sea ice, so only a handful of ships traversed the entire Northwest Passage in the decades following Amundsen’s crossing.
Dove is a book for those who dream of sailing around the world. Inyear-old Robin Lee Graham set off from California in footer on a solo round-the-world voyage. After 5 years miles he returns with a wife and daughter. His adventures in between are recounted in this best-selling book.