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Little America III (1939-1941) with Admiral Richard E. Byrd : a young Navy recruits [sic] personal experiences by Joseph Austin Daigle

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Published by J.A. Daigle in Anaheim, Calif .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Antarctica

Subjects:

  • Daigle, Joseph Austin, 1918- -- Travel.,
  • Byrd, Richard Evelyn, 1888-1957.,
  • Antarctica -- Discovery and exploration.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesLittle America 3.
Statementby Joseph Austin Daigle and Corinne LaRocca Kavaya.
ContributionsKavaya, Corinne LaRocca.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsG850 1939.B95 D35 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 76 p., [2] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages76
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2068053M
LC Control Number88072308

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Beverly beat four other American C-Class catamarans as well as the previous holder of the Little America's Cup, which the Brits had sold before leaving for home in However, things were not so easy for Beverly on the Thames Estuary; During the final, she was beaten four to one by Hellcat and the trophy remained in England. Two years later, American yacht designer George Peterson developed. Little America, principal American base in Antarctica, lying on the northeastern edge of Ross Ice Shelf near Kainan Bay. First set up in as the headquarters for the polar explorations of Richard E. Byrd, it was reused and enlarged by Byrd on his return expedition in –In Byrd established a camp 7 miles (11 km) northeast, later named Little America III, that served as the. BYRD, Richard E. LITTLE AMERICA. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 4to. Cloth. xvi, pages, (56) plates, (4) plates. First edition. Byrd's account of his aerial exploration in the antarctic and flight to the South Pole. With illustrations and maps. Name in pencil, rubbing to the extremities else a very good copy.   Thus Elvstrøm and Nielsen's project was a good opportunity to defend the Little America's Cup in Denmark. Schmidt and Frederiksen were satisfied with the lines of Opus III, of which they raise the bow, and for which they develop a wingmast with a larger sail area. On his part, Nielsen is decided on producing a revolutionary catamaran.