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South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands By Zhingoora Books
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The General Knowledge book series, are designed for specific country, are one of the most admired book for the improvement and learning purpose.This book contains information about... More > Background,Geography,Natural resources,Land use,Environment. Population,Sex ratio,flag of the county,Area,Border countries,Maritime claims,Elevation extremes,Land use,Natural hazards,Volcanism,Age structure,Median age,Net migration rate,Country comparison to the world,Religions,Languages,Literacy,School life expectancy ,Government,Time difference,Administrative divisions,Executive branch,Cabinet and almost everthing related with general knowledge.< Less
Syd Georgia Tidende, komplette årganger 1999-2008 By Øyas Venner
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Denne unike boken samler de 10 første årganger av medlemsbladet til Øyas Venner, en forening som fokuserer på norsk hvalfangsthistorie, øya Syd Georgia, og minnene... More > etter aktiviteten på denne øya. English: A collection newsletters of the Norwegian society "Friends Of The Island Of South Georgia" from the period 1999-2008.< Less
Syd Georgia Tidende, komplette årganger 1999-2008 By Øyas Venner
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Denne unike boken samler de 10 første årganger av medlemsbladet til Øyas Venner, en forening som fokuserer på norsk hvalfangsthistorie, øya Syd Georgia, og minnene... More > etter aktiviteten på denne øya. English: A collection newsletters of the Norwegian society "Friends Of The Island Of South Georgia" from the period 1999-2008.< Less
South 2015: an Antarctic voyage to remember By Sandi Rhys Jones
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This lively account, illustrated with stunning photographs, tells the story of an Antarctic voyage to mark the dedication of the southern part of the British Antarctic Monument in the Falkland... More > Islands and to visit the places in the Antarctic Peninsula where those who died in the pursuit of science lived and worked. The voyage began in Ushuaia, and continued from the Falklands to South Georgia, Signy Island, Hope Bay, Port Lockroy, Lemaire Channel, Argentine Islands, Horseshoe Bay, Rothera and Stonington (68.11 South), returning via Paradise Bay, Deception Island and the Drake Passage. The voyagers included many Fids (those who worked for British Antarctic Survey and its predecessor the Falkland Island Dependency Survey) who shared their experiences of exploration in this most inhospitable of places - a potent mix of camaraderie and challenge. We witnessed a marriage on the ice, walked amongst 400,000 king penguins and visited remote British and Ukrainian research stations. A voyage to remember.< Less
Wanderings, Volume 12 -- 2020 Calendar By Malcolm Smith
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Annual collection of favorite photos. These are mostly photos taken during the previous year, but there are exceptions. This year it is mostly Svalbard and the Antarctic.
Falklands The Full Story By peter dancey
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Falklands The Full Story starts appropriately in south Georgia and the Royal Marines resistance to the Argintine occupation. Moving on to the gathering of the TASk force and Ascension island... More > operations in Support of Black Buck and steeping stone for the support types C-130 Hercules and Nimrods operating from the UK< Less
A Neat Story By Jane Philips
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An Amelia City Character... If you are interested in interesting characters, you need to know Jane Philips. She is full of stories from a lifetime of living and would love to share a few with you.... More > She has written many of her stories down for posterity. They are about growing up in South Georgia and settling in Nassau County, Florida, on Amelia Island, with Eber Philips, who was a descendant of Florida Pioneers. I hope you will enjoy the Neat Story of Miss Neat!< Less
Fort Caroline, the Search for America's Lost Heritage By Richard Thornton
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This book is the most comprehensive study of the 16th century history of the South Atlantic Coast, ever published. The project began in early 2007 as an effort by a small group of Native American... More > researchers to obtain a more accurate history of the South Atlantic Coast's indigenous peoples. It ended up in 2014, turning the history books upside down. The Spanish built at least 10 forts on the South Atlantic Coast in the 1560s and 1570s. The first governor of Florida, Pedro Menendez, wrote the King of Spain that the original location of St. Augustine was at 31 degrees latitude. That's St. Andrews Sound, GA. St. Augustine was moved to its current location the next year because of the large number of hostile Natives in Georgia. In 1564, French colonists probably did not build Fort Caroline on the St. Johns River in Florida, but in Georgia. There was a large French fort on an island near present day Knoxville, TN several decades before the English arrived. The rest is history.< Less
Fort Caroline, the Search for America's Lost Heritage By Richard Thornton
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This book is the most comprehensive study of the 16th century history of the South Atlantic Coast, ever published. The project began in early 2007 as an effort by a small group of Native American... More > researchers to obtain a more accurate history of the South Atlantic Coast's indigenous peoples. It ended up in 2014, turning the history books upside down. During the 1560s and 1570s, the Spanish built 10 forts on the South Atlantic Coast. In 1564, French colonists did not build Fort Caroline on the St. Johns River in Florida, but on the Georgia Coast. Spanish archives state that the first St. Augustine was located on St. Andrews Sound in Georgia. Florida's first Spanish governor, Pedro Menendez stated in a letter to the king that the first St. Augustine was founded at 31 degrees latitude. That's St. Andrew Sound in Georgia! Also, there was a large French fort on an island near present day Knoxville, TN several decades before the English arrived. The rest is history< Less
Chocolate Moose and the Antartic Adventure By Joseph Cools
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Two stuffed animals, Chocolate Moose and Leonard G. Penguin explore the Antarctic regions, moving from Ushuaia Argentina to the Falkland Islands, then to South Georgia Island and the Antarctic... More > peninsula. They encounter many species of animals along the way, and share many adventures as they learn about the natural history, early explorers and the ecosystem of the Southern Ocean and Antarctica. The book is geared to 9 year old children, but can be enjoyed on many levels by all age groups. Original photos taken by the author and his wife help illustrate the fascinating wildlife and physical characteristics of all the lands Chocolate and Leonard visit.< Less

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