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Where the Sea Breaks Its Back|Corey Ford
Where the Sea Breaks Its Back : The Epic Story of the Early Naturalist Georg Steller and the Russian Exploration of Alaska
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Author Corey Ford writes the classic and moving story of naturalist Georg Whlhelm Steller, who served on the 1741-42 Russian Alaska expedition with explorer Vitus Bering. Steller was one of Europe's foremost naturalists and the first to document the unique wildlife of the Alaskan coast. In the course of the voyage, Steller made his valuable discoveries and suffered, along with Bering and the cred of the ill-fated brig St. Peter, some of the most grueling experiences in the history of Arctic exploration. First published in 1966, Where the Sea Breaks Its Back was hailed as "among this country's greatest outdoor writing" by Field & Stream magazine, and today continues to enchant and enlighten the new generations of readers about this amazing and yet tragic expedition, and Georg Steller's significant discoveries as an early naturalist.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780882403946
  • ISBN-10: 088240394X
  • Publisher: Alaska Northwest Books
  • Publish Date: June 2003
  • Dimensions: 6 x 8.9 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.6 pounds
  • Page Count: 220

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