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United States. Congress. House. Committee on Naval Affairs
Investigates questions of possible Navy officer misconduct during the 1879-1881 Arctic Expedition of the steamer Jeannette, which became icebound and sank, leaving most of its survivors to die while searching for help in Siberia. Testimony largely centers on the alleged mistreatment and death of Jerome J. Collins, a meteorologist and news correspondent for the New York Herald who accompanied the expedition. a. Collins, Jerome J., expedition journal excerpts (p. 841-953). b. Arnoux, William H., arguments on behalf of Navy officers and other respondents, May 17, 1884 (p. 955-997). c. Curtis, George M., arguments on behalf of Daniel F. Collins, petitioner, May 19, 1884 (p. 999-1043). Also considers adequacy of the prior investigation conducted by a naval court of inquiry, which found no misconduct in the Jeannette disaster, especially by Navy officers George W. De Long and George W. Melville. Includes the following documents
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Members of the subcommitte: Hon. Huch Buchanan, Hon. William McAdoo, and Hon. Charles A. Boutelle. H.H. ALexander, official stenographer. Investigation of alleged unfair treatment of Jerome J. Collins by Lieut.
G.W. De Long on the Jeannette Arctic Expedition. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. Also available in digital form. Get this from a library. Jeannette inquiry. Before the Committee on Naval Affairs of the United States House of Representatives, Forthy-eighth Congress.
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This book is the House of Representatives formal inquiry to the loss of the Jeannette and the actions of De Long and Melville that led to the loss of lives. A joint resolution of Congress called for a formal Naval Court of Inquiry on the Loss of the Jeannette which was conducted by the Navy in Also available in digital form.
Book/Printed Material Our lost explorers: the narrative of the Jeannette Arctic Expedition as related by the survivors, and in the records and last journals of.
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The Jeannette expedition of –, officially called the U.S. Arctic Expedition, was an attempt led by George W. De Long to reach the North Pole by pioneering a route from the Pacific Ocean through the Bering premise was that a temperate current, the Kuro Siwo, flowed northwards into the strait, providing a gateway to the Open Polar Sea and thus to the pole.
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After her junior year of high school Walls moved away from home. Hampton Sides’s In the Kingdom of Ice: The Grand and Terrible Polar Voyage of the USS Jeannette, which recounts the astonishing tribulations of a group of seafarers determined to be the first men to reach and reconnoiter the North Pole, is a splendid book in every way It would be malicious to ruin the suspense about the fate of the /5(63).