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PREFACE

CHAPTER I INTO THE WEDDELL SEA
CHAPTER II NEW LAND
CHAPTER III WINTER MONTHS
CHAPTER I V LOSS OF THE ENDURANCE
CHAPTER V OCEAN CAMP
CHAPTER V I THE MARCH BETWEEN
CHAPTER V II PATIENCE CAMP
CHAPTER V III ESCAPE FROM THE ICE
CHAPTER IX THE BOAT JOURNEY
CHAPTER X ACROSS SOUTH GEORGIA
CHAPTER X I THE RESCUE
CHAPTER X II ELEPHANT ISLAND
CHAPTER X III THE ROSS SEA PARTY
CHAPTER XIV WINTERING IN McMURDO SOUND
CHAPTER XV LAYING THE DEPOTS
CHAPTER XVI THE AURORA'S DRIFT
CHAPTER XVII THE LAST RELIEF .
CHAPTER XVIII THE FINAL PHASE

APPENDIX I
SCIENTIFIC WORK
SEA-ICE NOMENCLATURE
METEOROLOGY
PHYSICS
SOUTH ATLANTIC WHALES AND WHALING

APPENDIX II
THE EXPEDITION HUTS AT McMURDO SOUND
IMAGE CREDITS
INDEX

About the Author

Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton was born in Ireland in 1874 and raised mostly in London. He led three expeditions to the Antarctic. He died of a heart attack in 1922 while setting out on his fourth expedition.Frank Hurley (1885-1962) was a native Australian who served as a photographer on several Antarctic expeditions with Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton. He also worked as a war photographer with the Australian military forces during both World Wars. He was the official photographer on Shackletons Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition and was known for his pioneering use of the early Paget color photography process.

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