Monthly Archives: January 2011

The ‘American supply trail’ in Franz Josef Land

For the latest research on:  The ‘American supply trail’: archaeological notes on the remains of the Ziegler polar expedition in Zemlya Frantsa-Iosifa, 1903–1905, go to the link below for my First View abstract in the journal Polar Record. 

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The Archaeological Site in Arctic Tourism (ASAT): A century of tourists at the Wellman, Baldwin, and Fiala base camps in Svalbard, Franz Josef Land, and Northeast Greenland

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Between 1894 and 1909, seven American polar expeditions created a substantial body of archaeological remains in the European and Russian Arctic.  These expeditions, conceived as nationalistic enterprises, nevertheless relied on members from several different European countries: primarily Norway and Sweden, … Continue reading

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