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[Map of Dartmouth College showing winter sporting locations]
[194-?]
Rauner D.C. History G3741.E63 1940 .M3

Getting to know web GIS
Fu, Pinde, 1968- author
Redlands, California : Esri Press, 2016
Baker Berry G70.212 .F79 2016

Horacio Capel : pensar en la ciudad en tiempos de crisis
NĂºria Benach, Ana Fani Alessandri Carlos (eds.)
Barcelona : Icaria, 2016
Baker Berry G69.C285 H67 2016

Hanover's open space lands
prepared by Hanover League of Women Voters, Hanover Conservation Council, Hanover Conservation Commission
[Hanover, New Hampshire] : Hanover League of Women Voters, 1986
Rauner D.C. History G3744.H32G5 1986 .H3

Lines in the ice : exploring the roof of the world
Hatfield, Philip J., 1984- author
Montreal ; McGill-Queen's University Press, 2016
"The 2014 discovery of the HMS Erebus--a ship lost during Sir John Franklin's 1845 expedition to find the Northwest Passage--reignited popular, economic, and political interest in the Arctic's exploration, history, anthropology, and historical geography. Lines in the Ice investigates the allure of the North through topographical views, maps, explorers' diaries, and historic photographs."--
Baker Berry G620 .H38 2016

The radicalization of pedagogy : anarchism, geography, and the spirit of revolt
edited by Simon Springer, Marcelo Lopes de Souza, and Richard J. White
London ; Rowman & Littlefield International, [2016]
Baker Berry G73 .R33 2016

Discovering the North-West Passage : the four-year Arctic odyssey of H.M.S. Investigator and the McClure Expedition
Stein, Glenn M., 1962- author
Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, [2015]
The frozen grail, up to 1845 -- Into the fray, 1846/50 -- The Pacific, 1850 -- Western Arctic gateway, 1850 -- The wily Arctic, 1850 -- The coldest crucible, 1850 -- Decisions, 1850 -- Jack Frost, 1850/51 -- The grand sledding chorus, 1851 -- The trap is sprung! 1851 -- "The fatal error of our voyage," 1851/52 -- Starvation, madness; and mutiny, 1852 -- Infinity's brink, 1853/54 -- Scattered bones and frozen memories, 1853 onward -- Epilogue: found beneath the ice, 2010/11.

From 1850 to 1854, the ambitious Commander Robert McClure captained the HMS Investigator on a voyage in search of the missing Franklin Expedition, which sailed from England into the Arctic in 1845 to map the last uncharted section of the North-West Passage. The Investigator and her consort the Enterprise were to pass through the Bering Strait from the west but a Pacific storm separated them, never to meet again. Obsessed with traversing the passage, McClure pressed on and HMS Investigator spent three years trapped in pack ice in Mercy Bay before the crew abandoned ship on foot.
Baker Berry G665 1850 .S74 2015

Leadership in American academic geography : the twentieth century
DeVivo, Michael S
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, [2015]
The ascent of American academic geography -- Transformational leadership at Chicago : the post-Salisbury years -- Paradoxical leadership at Wisconsin -- Lackluster leadership at Michigan -- From tyranny to transformational leadership at Minnesota -- The struggle for distinction at Ohio State -- The transformational leadership of E. Willard Miller and Penn State geography -- George Cressey and Preston James at Syracuse -- The transactional leadership of Wallace Atwood and the emergence of geography at Clark -- Duplicity and deception at Johns Hopkins -- Laissez faire leadership at Harvard and geography's demise -- G. Donald Hudson's transformational leadership at Northwestern -- G. Donald Hudson's transformational leadership at Washington -- Iowa's rise to prominence -- Transformational leadership at UCLA -- The legacy of Carl Sauer : transformational leadership at Berkeley -- Leaders in a paradigm of eclectic pluralism -- Simonett and the Santa Barbarians -- The transformational leadership imperative.
Baker Berry G76.5.U5 D48 2015

Discovery Antarctic exhibition
Bruton Galleries
London : Bruton Galleries, [19--]
Rauner Stefansson G850 1901.D68 D68 1900z

The airman's Arctic survival guide : diagrams and lectures prepared for the U.S. Army Air Corps, the Lovat Scouts, and all travelers of the north: 1942 to 1952
Browne, Belmore, 1880-1954, author
[Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], [2014]
Rauner Stefansson G606 .B76 2014

A map of Dartmouth College and the village precinct of Hanover, New Hampshire
[Hanover, NH ]: [Publisher not identified], [1940?]
Rauner D.C. History G3744.H3 1940 .M3

A map of Dartmouth College and the village precinct of Hanover, New Hampshire
[Hanover, NH] : The Hanover Chamber of Commerce, [1943?]
Rauner D.C. History G3744.H3 1943 .H3

Report of the Executive Committee in charge of Kane Lodge reception to Bro. Robert Edwin Peary, U.S.N., and other Arctic explorers at Sherry's New York, April 8th, 1896
[New York], [Press of J.J. Little & Co.], [1896]
Rauner Stefansson G614.5 .F77 1896

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