The Cruise of the Corwin
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Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company
[xxxii],  pp.
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For other editions, see: no. 341, v. 7; no. 348; no. 483. Contents (see numbers that follow chapter titles for prior publication): Introduction; I. UnAlaska and the Aleuts, nos. Ill and 117; II. Among the Islands of Bering Sea, nos. 112 and 113; Ill. Siberian Adventures, no. 113; IV. In Peril from the Pack, no. 114; V. A Chukchi Orator, no. 115; VI. Eskimos and Walrus, no. 116; VII. At Plover Bay and St. Michael, no. 121; VIII. Return of the Search Party, nos. 118 and 122; IX. Village of the Dead, nos. 119 and 123; X. Glimpses of Alaskan Tundra, no. 120; XI. Caribou and a Native Fair (journal); XII. Zigzags among the Polar Pack (journal); Xlli. First Ascent of Herald Island, no. 125; XIV. Approaching a Mysterious Land, no. 126; XV. The Land of the White Bear, no. 128; XVI. Tragedies of the Whaling Fleet, no. 129; XVII. Meeting the Point Barrow Expedition, no. 130; XVIII. A Siberian Reindeer Herd, no.131; XIX. Turned Back by Storms and Ice, no.132; XX. Homeward-Bound, no. 133. Appendix: I. The Glaciation of the Arctic and Subarctic Regions Visited During the Cruise, no. 162; II. Botanical Notes, no. 160. Index.
Muir, John, "The Cruise of the Corwin" (1917). John Muir: A Reading Bibliography by Kimes. 397.