5 edition of Sir Ernest and Lady Scott found in the catalog.
Sir Ernest and Lady Scott
National Library of Australia. Manuscript Section.
|Statement||Manuscript Section, National Library of Australia.|
|LC Classifications||Z6616.S326 C35 1974, CT2808.S38 C35 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||78301968|
Sir Walter Scott, 1st Baronet FRSE FSA Scot (15 August – 21 September ) was a Scottish historical novelist, poet, playwright, and historian. Many of his works remain classics of both English-language literature and of Scottish titles include Ivanhoe, Rob Roy, Old Mortality, The Lady of the Lake, Waverley, The Heart of Midlothian, and The Bride of mater: University of Edinburgh. ERNEST SHACKLETON () Heart of the Antarctic. 2 vols. Heinemann. Now available in One Volume Paperback published in UK by Robinson Publishing and US Carroll & Graff. It is unfortunate that there is an illustration of the Endurance on the cover of this book which is about the earlier Nimrod Expedition.
Get this from a library! Still life: inside the Antarctic huts of Scott and Shackleton. [Jane Ussher; Nigel Watson] -- A photographic study of the Antarctic huts that served as expediion bases for explorations led by Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Sir Ernest Shackleton. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by 61, free ebooks; 3 by Sir Ernest Scott; The Life of Captain Matthew Flinders by Sir Ernest Scott. Download; Bibrec; Bibliographic Record. Author: Scott, Ernest, Sir, Title: The Life of Captain Matthew Flinders Language: English: LoC Class: DU: History: General and Eastern.
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And Lady Shackleton, * * By Michael H. Rosove. First Edition of copies. This is the first printing of REJOICE MY HEART -- The Making of H. Mill's "The Life of Sir Ernest Shackleton". It was published in Santa Monica by Adélie Books in Sir Ernest Shackleton's last expeditions, headed South, from to Shackleton's increasingly dangerous adventures would destroy him one day, everyone said.
Now you can read the actual narrative of Shackleton's ill-fated polar expedition, from the pen of the Endurance's captain himself: Sir Ernest Cited by: Scott, Sir Ernest (–) by Kathleen Fitzpatrick.
This article was published in Australian Dictionary of Biography, Vol (MUP), Sir Ernest Scott was an Australian historian and professor of history at the University of Melbourne from to Scott and William Harrison Moore photographed in the Quadrangle of the Old Law building, University of Melbourne, circa – Free kindle book and Sir Ernest and Lady Scott book digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.
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The Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition, under the command of Sir Ernest Shackleton. Billy hadn't heard much about Shackleton, although he was a legend in England. "So he's the guy that didn't make it to the South Pole?" "Well, yes, but--" "And the Brit that did make it--what's his name?" "Robert Scott /5(25).
Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. Australian Women's Register: Lady Emily Scott was the second wife of historian Sir Ernest Scott. She was a very competent musician and writer who wrote a regular music column for the Triad.
Sir Ernest Scott (), historian, was born on 21 June at Northampton, England, son of Hannah Scott, housekeeper. On his marriage, he cited William Scott, civil engineer, as his father.
The women who 'inspired' polar-explorers Shackleton and Scott The wives of Britain's best-known polar explorers inspired them to make their important voyages, a historian has claimed.
Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton, CVO, OBE (15 February. 5 January ) was an Anglo-Irish explorer who was one of the principal figures of the period known as the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration. His first experience of the polar regions was as third officer on Captain Robert Falcon Scott’s Discovery Expedition, ?04, from which he.
When Sir Ernest Shackleton set off for Antarctica on his ship Endurance, he made sure he had plenty of reading material. But details of precisely what books he took have remained hidden in this. Chrysanthemums For Pleasure by Scott, Ernest L, and Aleita H.
Scott and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This book is by Australian historian Sir Ernest Scott, who was a professor of history at the University of Melbourne from to Though titled A Short History of Australia, this is a very comprehensive description of the continent, right from the time no one even imagined a place like Australia down in the southern hemisphere/5(17).
This book, "The life of Captain Matthew Flinders," by Ernest Scott, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible.
Sir Ernest Shackleton was born in Ireland in February He led three expeditions to the Antarctic, most notably the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition. He intended to return to Antarctica in Januarybut died of a heart attack whilst his ship was moored in South Georgia/5(). South is Captain Ernest Shackleton's account of his expedition in to Antarctica on the HMS Endurance.
It is an inspiring tale of the remarkable courage and heroism of Shackleton and his crew in the face of seemingly insuperable odds as they attempt to /5(). It was a strange time to read the news breaking from Punta Arenas in Chile, where, it was reported, all 28 men of Sir Ernest Shackleton's imperial trans-Antarctic expedition were safe and well Author: Guardian Staff.
The book is about the voyage of the British ship “Endurance” in and, it’s leader, Sir Ernest Shackleton. It is an amazing account of the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition and how 28 men survived for 21 months after the ship was beset in the ice floes of Antarctica.
Inas the shadow of war falls across Europe, a party led by veteran explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton sets out to become the first to traverse the Antarctic continent. Their initial optimism is More. The Polar Museum at SPRI has published a booklet to coincide with the centenary Service of Thanksgiving at Westminster Abbey on 21 May to commemorates the courage and endurance of Sir Ernest Shackleton CVO and his men.
'By Endurance We Conquer: Shackleton and his Men' is written by Dr Beau Riffenburgh with iconic images by Frank Hurley. Antarctic ice has hardly melted in years, log books from Captain Scott's doomed expedition to the South Pole confirm Log books recovered from Captain Robert Scott and Sir Ernest .Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Ernest Edward de Winton Wills, (4th Baronet) of Hazelwood, Laird of Meggernie Castle, late Scots Guards, and Captain of The Royal Guard of Balmoral Castle.
Sir Edward was born on 8 Decemberthe son of Ernest Salter Wills and Caroline Fanny Maud de Winton, at Clevedon, Bristol, Somerset.As war clouds darkened over Europe ina party led by Sir Ernest Shackleton set out to make the first crossing of the entire Antarctic continent via the Pole.
But their initial optimism was short-lived as ice floes closed around their ship, gradually crushing it and marooning twenty-eight men on the polar ice.