by Vilhjalmur Stefansson
Publisher: Dartmouth College 1951
Number of pages: 1100
Subjects covered include archaeology, anthropology, botany, engineering, geography, geology, history, law (including international relations); language, medicine, meteorology, oceanography, religion, zoology, biographies, and special topics such as the image of the arctic in Shakespeare.
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