"Endurance – A lendária expedição de Shackleton à Antártida" by Caroline Alexander
Royal Marine William Braine of the Franklin expedition, buried in permafrost in 1846, Uncovered for forensic study in modern day.
Royal Marine Private William Braine The Lost John Franklin Expedition (1845)
Search crew finds first artifact in decades from doomed Franklin expedition
One-hundred-and-sixty-seven years after the Franklin expedition met its demise in the Arctic ice, a historic discovery has been made: the first artifact in decades from one of the two lost Royal Navy Ships has been found.
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John Torrington of the Franklin expedition, buried in permafrost in 1846. Uncovered for forensic study in modern day.
"Desenvolvimento sem Trabalho" by Domenico de Masi
Expedição de John Franklin – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre
A 19th century artist’s imagined representation of Sir John Franklin’s lost ships, the Erebus and the Terror. (HARPER COLLECTION) The 1845-46 vessels, the HMS Erebus and HMS Terror have been missing for more than 160 years, and this past August Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced a new Parks Canada project to continue the search for the lost vessels.