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  • Author:
    David S West
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    0889560536
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    978-0889560536
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    Intermedia (1977)
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Franklin and McClintock: Poems. Learn More at LibraryThing. David S West at LibraryThing. ISBN 9780889560536 (978-0-88956-053-6) Softcover, Intermedia, 1977.

North America and West Indies Station

North America and West Indies Station. Commander-in-Chief 27 November 1879 – 7 November 1882 (1879-11-27 – 1882-11-07). McClintock also stirred controversy with his claim that Franklin, before his death, had essentially discovered the Northwest Passage, while in reality he had not. Rae, with his discovery of Rae Strait, had discovered the real ice-free passage through North America's Arctic archipelago.

I am grateful to all of you. We are brothers and sisters in the life and culture of the four seasons. - Michael McClintock. Michael McClintock Poetry. Good Night Friends Most Beautiful Words Poetry Art Short Poems Good Night Moon Moon Magic Harvest Moon Moon Child Haiku Poem. Haiku poem: gathering moths - by Michael McClintock. Michael McClintock Poet. What others are saying.

The Pessimist by Benjamin Franklin King. 1 Nothing to do but work2 Nothing to eat but food3 Nothing to wear but clothes. Benjamin Franklin King's Other Poems. Benjamin Franklin King (17 March 1857 - 7 April 1894, St. Joseph, Michigan). If I Should Die. How Often. More poems of Benjamin Franklin King . Famous Poems.

Flag as Inappropriate. In 1854 John Rae (explorer) traveled west from Repulse Bay, Nunavut and learned from the Inuit that a ship had been abandoned somewhere to the west. He mastered traveling by using human hauled sleds, which remained the status quo in Royal Navy Arctic and Antarctic overland travel until the death of Captain Robert Falcon Scott RN in his bid to reach the South Pole.

Sir Francis Leopold McClintock was the eldest son of Henry McClintock, formerly of the 3rd .

Sir Francis Leopold McClintock was the eldest son of Henry McClintock, formerly of the 3rd Dragoon Guards, by his wife Elizabeth Melesina, daughter of the Ven. George Fleury, . Archdeacon of Waterford. His uncle was John McClintock (1770–1855) of Drumcar House.