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SPRILIB Antarctica

SPRILIB Antarctica

SPRI Library holds the world's largest collection of publications for Antarctica and the Southern Ocean. You may now search this collection on the Internet. There are currently around 43,450 records, listing works published from 1602 through to 2003. The database is periodically updated to include publications added recently to our collection. This database has been mounted with the assistance of the British Antarctic Survey. Publications too recent for SPRILIB Antarctica are listed in Polar and Glaciological Abstracts published by the Scott Polar Research Institute.

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100% El hito austral del confín de América. El cabo de Hornos. (Siglos XIX, 1800-1855). (Segunda parte) [The most southerly landmark of America. Cape Horn. (19th century, 1800-1855)]
Score: 100%, Matching: 1819 smith
100% The discovery of the South Shetland Islands. The voyages of the brig Williams 1819-1820 as recorded in contemporary documents and the journal of Midshipman C.W. Poynter
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100% Antarctica observed; who discovered the Antarctic continent?
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100% Captain William Smith and the discovery of New South Shetland
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100% Account of the discovery of New South Shetland, with observations on its importance in a geographical, commercial, and political point of view: with two plates
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100% En viaje de Montevideo a Valparaíso el cap. William Smith descubrió la Antártida [En route from Montevideo to Valparaiso Capt. William Smith discovered the Antarctic]
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100% Early maps of Antarctic land, true and false
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100% The discovery of Antarctica: a reply to Professor R.N. Rudmose Brown
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100% The voyages of Captain William Smith and others in the South Shetlands
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100% Travels on Chile and La Plata, including accounts respecting the geography, geology, statistics, government, finances, agriculture, manners and customs, and the mining operations in Chile. Collected during a residence of several years in these countries
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