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The Search for Franklin and Franklin Relics 1847-1880

A guide to primary sources held at Library and Archives Canada

Contemporary accounts of voyages by officers and crew; journals; correspondence; sketches; separately published reports
(by date and expedition leader)

Date Name Method of Transportation
1847 Penny St. Andrew
1847-49 Richardson & Rae overland
1848/49 James C. Ross & Bird Enterprise & Investigator
1848-50 Kellett Herald
1848-52 Moore Plover
1849-51 Pullen & Hooper Plover
1849/50 Saunders North Star
1849 Shedden Nancy Dawson
1849 Penny, Goodsir & Parker Advice & Truelove
1850 (Jan.)-54 McClure Investigator
1850 (Jan.)-55 Collinson Enterprise
1850 (Apr.)/51 Penny & Stewart Lady Franklin & Sophia
1850 (Apr.)/51 John Ross & Phillipps Felix & Mary
1850 (May)/51 Austin, Ommaney, Cator
& Osborn
Resolute, Assistance, Intrepid & Pioneer
1850 (May)/51 DeHaven, Griffin & Kane Advance & Rescue
1850 (June) Forsyth & Snow Prince Albert
1850/51 Rae overland
1851 (June)/52 Kennedy & Bellot Prince Albert
1852-54 Belcher, Osborn;
Kellett, M'Clintock;
v Pullen
Assistance, Pioneer;
Resolute Intrepid;
& North Star
1852-54 Maguire Plover
1852 Inglefield Isabel
1853/54 Rae overland
1853-55 Kane Advance
1853 Inglefield & Fawckner Phoenix & Breadalbane
1855 Anderson & Stewart overland
1857-59 M'Clintock Fox
1860-62 Hall overland
1864-69 Hall overland
1875, 76 Young Pandora
1878-80 Schwatka overland

1847-49 Richardson & Rae

Lefroy, John Henry. Magnetical and meteorological observations at Lake Athabasca and Fort Simpson by Captain J.H. Lefroy and at Fort Confidence in Great Bear Lake by Sir John Richardson. London : Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1855.
QC825 .1 L6 fol. Reserve

Rae, John. The Arctic regions and Hudson's Bay route. [Winnipeg] : Manitoba Free Press, [1882] (Manitoba Historical and Scientific Society publication ; no. 2)
AC901 P3 no. 1607 Preserv

Rae, John. John Rae's correspondence with the Hudson's Bay Company on Arctic exploration 1844-1855. Edited by E.E. Rich. London : Hudson's Bay Record Society, 1953.
F5979 R3 Stacks

Richardson, John. Arctic searching expedition : a journal of a boat voyage through Rupert's Land and the Arctic Sea, in seat of the discovery ships under command of Sir John Franklin. London : Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1851.
F5959 R5 Reserve

-- [American ed.] Arctic searching expedition : a journal ... : with an appendix on the physical geography of North America. New York : Harper, 1852.
F5959 R5 1852 Reserve

-- [American ed.] New York : Harper, 1854.
FC3961 .3 R52 1854 Reserve

1848/49 James C. Ross & Bird

Browne, William Henry. Ten coloured views taken during the Arctic expedition of Her majesty's ships Enterprise and Investigator under the command of Captain Sir James C. Ross : with a summary of the various Arctic expeditions in search of Captain Sir John Franklin. London : Ackermann, 1850.
FC3961 .3 B76 x.fol. Reserve

Burford, Robert. Description of summer and winter views of the polar regions : as seen during the expedition of Capt. James Clark Ross, Kt., F.R.S. in 1848-9 : now exhibiting at the Panorama, Leicester Square : painted by the proprietor Robert Burford ; assisted by H.C. Selous, from drawings taken by Lieut. Browne of the H.M.S. "Enterprise". London : W.J. Golbourn, 1850.
British Columbia Archives

Gilpin, J.D. "Outline of the voyage of HMS Enterprize and Investigator to Barrow Strait in search of John Franklin" in the Nautical magazine (1850)
Environment Canada Library; Royal Military College

McClintock, Francis Leopold. Reminiscences of Arctic ice-travel in search of Sir John Franklin and his companions ; with geological notes and illustrations by Samuel Haughton : being the substance of two papers, one read by the former on Jan. 25, and the other by the latter on May 27, 1856. [Dublin? : s.n., 1858?] (A reprint from v. 1 of the Journal of the Royal Dublin Society, Feb., 1857.)
Geological Survey of Canada Library

1848-50 Kellett

Seemann, Berthold. Narrative of the voyage of HMS Herald during the years 1845-51, under the command of Captain Sir Henry Kellett : being a circumnavigation of the globe, and three cruizes to the Arctic regions in search of Sir John Franklin. London : Reeve, 1853.
G480 S44 Reserve/Stacks

[German translation] Reise um die Welt. Hannover : Rumpler, 1853.
G480 S4415 Reserve

Richardson, John. The zoology of the voyage of H.M.S. Herald, under the command of Captain Henry Kellett...during the years 1845-51. London : Lovell Reeve, 1854.
QL5 H5 1854 fol. Reserve

1849-51 Pullen & Hooper

Hooper, William Hulme. Ten months among the tents of the Tuski, with incidents of an Arctic boat expedition in search of Sir John Franklin, as far as the Mackenzie River, and Cape Bathurst. London : J. Murray, 1853.
F5959 H58 Reserve/Stacks

Pullen, W.J.S. The Pullen expedition in search of Sir John Franklin : the original diaries, log, and letters of Commander W.J.S. Pullen. Selected and introduced by H.F. Pullen. Toronto : Arctic History Press, 1979.
FC3961 .3 P84 1979 fol. Stacks/Preserv

Pullen, W.J.S. "Extract from the proceedings of Commander Pullen's boat expedition, 1849" in Maguire, Rochfort. Two years at Point Barrow, Alaska, aboard HMS Plover in the search for Sir John Franklin. Ed. John Bockstoce. London : Hakluyt Society, 1988. (Also includes Moore's journal, 23 July-9 Aug. 1850)
G161 H2 ser. 2 no. 169-170 Reserve

1849/50 Saunders

Pullen, W.J.S. [The Pullen records : transcripts of original records in the possession of H.F. Pullen] Transcripts of manuscript records including: 1. Log book of T.C. Pullen, Cambria and North Star, June-Oct. 1850.
FC3961 .3 P83 1955 fol. Reserve

1849 Penny, Goodsir & Parker

Goodsir, Robert Anstruther. An Arctic voyage to Baffin Bay and Lancaster Sound, in search of friends with Sir John Franklin. London : Van Voorst, 1850.
F5958 G6 Reserve/Stacks

1850-54 McClure

Armstrong, Alexander. A personal narrative of the discovery of the North-West Passage : with numerous incidents of travel and adventure during nearly five years' continuous service in the Arctic regions while in search of the expedition under Sir John Franklin. London : Hurst and Blackett, 1857.
G665 1850 A7 Reserve

Cresswell, S. Gurney. A series of eight sketches in colour (together with a chart of the route) by Lieut. S. Gurney Cresswell of the voyage of HMS Investigator (Captain M'Clure) during the discovery of the North-West Passage. London : Day and Son, 1854.
Metro Toronto Reference Library; Royal Ontario Museum

Hervé, Amateur. Voyages dans les glaces du pôle Arctique à la recherche du passage nord-ouest : extraits des relations de Sir John Ross, Edward Parry, John Franklin, Beechey, Back, Mac Clure et autres navigateurs célèbres. Paris : Hachette, 1854.
G614 H48 1854 Preserv

-- 5e éd. Paris : Hachette, 1878.
G614 H48 1878 Juv Preserv

McClure, Robert. The Arctic dispatches : containing an account of the discovery of the North-West passage : with a narrative of proceedings of H.M.S. Resolute, Capt. Kellett, C.B., and the dispatches of Capt. Sir Edward Belcher, C.B., Capt. Inglefield, and Commr. Pullen. London : J.D. Potter, [1854?]
FC3961 .2 M25 1854 Reserve

McClure, Robert. The discovery of the North-West Passage by HMS Investigator, Capt. R. M'Clure, 1850, 1851, 1852, 1853, 1854. Ed. by Sherard Osborn from the logs and journals of Capt. M'Clure. London : Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans and Roberts, 1856.
F5959 M282 1856 Reserve

-- 2nd ed. London : Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans and Roberts, 1857.
F5959 M282 1857 Reserve

-- 4th ed. Edinburgh ; London : W. Blackwood, 1865.
F5959 M282 1865 Stacks

-- [Danish ed.] Opdagelsen af Nordvestpassagen. Kjobenhavn : Reitzels, 1858.
University of Calgary; British Columbia Archives

McClure, Robert. The North West Passage : Capt. M'Clure's despatches from Her Majesty's discovery ship Investigator, off Point Warren and Cape Bathurst. London : J. Betts, 1853.
F5959 M28 Stacks

Miertsching, Johann August. Reise-tagebuch des Missionars Joh. Aug. Miertsching. Gnadau : Unitats-Buchhandlung bei H.L. Menz, 1853.
Metro Toronto Reference Library

-- [English translation]. Frozen ships : the Arctic diary of Johann Miertsching, 1850-54. Translated by L.H. Neatby. Toronto : Macmillan, 1967.
G665 1850 M453 Stacks/ReserveRef

-- [English translation]. New York : St. Martin's Press, 1967.
G665 1850 M453 1967 Stacks

-- [French translation]. Journal de M. Miertsching interprète du capitaine Mac Clure dans son voyage au Pôle Nord. 3e éd. Genève : J. Cherbuliez, 1857.
National Archives of Canada, transfered to the National Library of Canada

1850-55 Collinson

Collinson, Richard. Journal of HMS Enterprise on the expedition in search of Sir John Franklin's ships by Behring Strait 1850-55. Edited by T.B. Collinson. London : Sampson, Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington, 1889.
FC3961 .3 C64 Reserve/Stacks

Collinson, Richard. The representation of Richard Collinson, Esq., captain in the Royal Navy, and Companion of the Most Honourable Military Order of the Bath, recently in command of the expedition sent to Behring's Straits in search of the "Erebus" and "Terror". [London : s.n., 1855?]
FC3961 .3 C65 1855 Reserve

1850/51 Penny & Stewart

Petersen, Carl. Erindringer fra polarlandene. Kjobenhavn : P.G. Philipsens Forlag, 1857.
National Archives of Canada

Review of the proceedings of the Arctic searching expeditions, under the command of Captain H.T. Austin and Captain William Penny. London : Potter, 1852. FC3961 .3
R48 1851 Reserve

Sutherland, Peter C. Journal of a voyage in Baffin's Bay & Barrow Straits in the years 1850-1851 performed by HM ships Lady Franklin & Sophia under the command of Mr. William Penny in search of the missing crews of HM ships Erebus and Terror : with a narrative of sledge excursions on the ice of Wellington Channel. London : Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1852.
G665 1850 P4 Reserve

1850/51 Austin, Ommaney, Cator & Osborn

Arctic miscellanies : a souvenir of the late polar search by the officers and seamen of the expedition. London : Colburn, 1852.
FC3961 .3 A785 Reserve

--2nd ed. London : Colburn, 1852.
FC3961 .3 A785 1852 Reserve

Facsimile of the Illustrated Arctic news, published on board HMS Resolute ... London : Ackermann, 1852.
G662 I42 x.fol. Reserve

McClintock, Francis Leopold. Reminiscences of Arctic ice-travel in search of Sir John Franklin and his companions ; with geological notes and illustrations by Samuel Haughton : being the substance of two papers, one read by the former on Jan. 25, and the other by the latter on May 27, 1856. [Dublin? : s.n., 1858?] (A reprint from v. 1 of the Journal of the Royal Dublin Society, Feb., 1857.)
Geological Survey of Canada Library

Markham, Clements R. Franklin's footsteps : a sketch of Greenland along the shores of which his expedition passed, and of the Parry Isles where the last traces of it were found. London : Chapman and Hall, 1853.
Metropolitan Toronto Library; Toronto Public Library

Osborn, Sherard. Stray leaves from an Arctic journal, or, Eighteen months in the polar regions in search of Sir John Franklin's expedition, in the years 1850-51. London : Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1852.
G665 1850 O73 1852 Reserve

-- [American ed.] New York : Putnam, 1852.
G665 1850 O73 Reserve

-- New ed. Edinburgh : Blackwood, 1865.
G665 1850 O73 1865 Reserve

-- [Later ed. under new title] The polar regions, or, A search after Sir John Franklin's expedition. New York : Barnes, 1854.
FC3961 .3 O72 1854 Reserve

Review of the proceedings of the Arctic searching expeditions, under the command of Captain H.T. Austin and Captain William Penny. London : Potter, 1852.
FC3961 .3 R48 1852 Reserve

1850/51 De Haven, Griffin & Kane

Force, Peter. Grinnell land : remarks on the English maps of Arctic discoveries in 1850 and 1851 made at the ordinary meeting of the National Institute, Washington, in May 1852. Washington : Waters, 1852.
Indian and Northern Affairs Library; University of Toronto

Kane, Elisha Kent. Access to an open polar sea in connection with the search after Sir John Franklin and his companions. New York : Baker, Godwin, 1853.
FC3961 .3 K35 Reserve

Kane, Elisha Kent. The U.S. Grinnell Expedition in search of Sir John Franklin : a personal narrative. New York : Harper, 1853.
G665 1850 D32 1853 Reserve

-- [Other ed.] New York : Harper, 1854.
G665 1850 D32 Reserve

-- [British ed.] London : Sampson, Low ; New York : Harper, 1854.
Geological Survey; Toronto Public Library

-- New ed. Boston : Phillips, Sampson ; Philadelphia : Childs & Peterson, 1857.
G665 1850 D32 1857b Reserve

-- New ed. New York : Sheldon, Blakeman ; Philadelphia : Childs & Peterson, 1857.
G665 1850 D32 1857 Reserve

Kane, Elisha Kent. Zwei Nordpolarreisen zur Aufsuchung Sir John Franklins. Deutsch bearbeitet von Julius Seybt. Leipzig : C.B. Lorck, 1857. (Combined accounts of the first and second Grinnell expeditions.)
No holdings

1850 Forsyth & Snow

Snow, W. Parker. Voyage of the Prince Albert in search of Sir John Franklin : a narrative of every-day life in the Arctic seas. London : Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1851.
FC3961 .3 S56 Reserve

-- [French ed.] Paris : Galignani, 1854.
Cambridge Military Library, Halifax

-- [French ed.] Paris : Galignani, 1851.
British Columbia Archives

1850/51 Rae

Rae, John. John Rae's correspondence with the Hudson's Bay Company on Arctic exploration 1844-1855. Edited by E.E. Rich. London : Hudson's Bay Record Society, 1953.
F5979 R3 Stacks

Rae, John. The Arctic regions and Hudson's Bay route. [Winnipeg] : Manitoba Free Press, [1882] (Manitoba Historical and Scientific Society publication ; no. 2)
AC901 P3 no. 1607 Preserv

1851/52 Kennedy & Bellot

Bellot, Joseph-René. Journal d'un voyage aux mers polaires, exécuté par Lieut. de Vaisseau de la Marine Française, J.R. Bellot, à la recherche de Sir John Franklin. Ed. by Julien Lemer. Paris : Perrotin, 1854.
G665 1851 P7 1854 Reserve

-- 2e éd. Paris : Perrotin, 1866.
G665 1851 P7 1866 Stacks

-- Nouv. éd. ill. [with new title] Voyage aux mers polaires à la recherche de Sir John Franklin. Paris : Garnier, 1880.
G665 1851 P7 1880 Stacks

-- [English translation] Memoirs of Lieutenant Joseph René Bellot ... : with his journal of a voyage in the polar seas in search of Sir John Franklin. London : Hurst and Blackett, 1855.
G665 1851 P713 1855 Reserve

Kennedy, William. A short narrative of the second voyage of the Prince Albert in search of Sir John Franklin. London : Dalton, 1853.
FC3961 .3 K45 Reserve

1852-54 Belcher & Osborn

Belcher, Edward. The last of the Arctic voyages : being a narrative of the expedition in HMS Assistance ... in search of Sir John Franklin, during the years 1852-53-54. London : Reeve, 1855.
F5959 B43 fol. Reserve

McClure, Robert. The Arctic dispatches : containing an account of the discovery of the North-West passage : with a narrative of proceedings of H.M.S. Resolute, Capt. Kellett, C.B., and the dispatches of Capt. Sir Edward Belcher, C.B., Capt. Inglefield, and Commr. Pullen. London : J.D. Potter, [1854?]
FC3961 .2 M25 1854 Reserve

May, Walter W. A series of fourteen sketches made during the voyage up Wellington Channel in search of Sir John Franklin, KCH, and the missing crews of HM Discovery, ships Erebus and Terror : together with a short account of each drawing. London : Day and Son, 1855.
National Defense Library; Toronto Public Library

1852/54 Kellett & M'Clintock

Bray, Émile-Frédéric de. A Frenchman in search of Franklin : De Bray's Arctic journal, 1852-1854. Trans. and ed. by William Barr. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, c1992.
FC3961 .3 B72 1992 Stacks/Preserv

A compendium of the travelling operations during the spring of 1853 by the officers and crews of Her Majesty's ship Resolute and tender Intrepid, Captain Henry Kellett, C.B., commanding the western Branch of the Arctic searching expedition under Captain Sir Edward Belcher : compiled from official documents ... London : Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1853.
FC3961 .3 R48 1852 Reserve

McClintock, Francis Leopold. Reminiscences of Arctic ice-travel in search of Sir John Franklin and his companions ; with geological notes and illustrations by Samuel Haughton : being the substance of two papers, one read by the former on Jan. 25, and the other by the latter on May 27, 1856. [Dublin? : s.n., 1858?] (A reprint from v. 1 of the Journal of the Royal Dublin Society, Feb., 1857.)
Geological Survey of Canada Library

McClure, Robert. The Arctic dispatches : containing an account of the discovery of the North-West passage : with a narrative of proceedings of H.M.S. Resolute, Capt. Kellett, C.B., and the dispatches of Capt. Sir Edward Belcher, C.B., Capt. Inglefield, and Commr. Pullen. London : J.D. Potter, [1854?]
FC3961 .2 M25 1854 Reserve

McDougall, George Frederick. The eventful voyage of HM Discovery ship Resolute to the Arctic regions in search of Sir John Franklin and the missing crews of HM Discovery ships Erebus and Terror, 1852, 1853, 1854 : to which is added an account of her being fallen in with by an American whaler after her abandonment in Barrow Straits. London : Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans and Roberts, 1857.
FC3961 .3 M25 Reserve

The restoration of the Arctic ship Resolute to Her Majesty, the Queen of Great Britain, by the people of the United States : December 16, 1856. London : Colnaghi, [1857?]
No locations

1852-54 Pullen

McClure, Robert. The Arctic dispatches : containing an account of the discovery of the North-West passage : with a narrative of proceedings of H.M.S. Resolute, Capt. Kellett, C.B., and the dispatches of Capt. Sir Edward Belcher, C.B., Capt. Inglefield, and Commr. Pullen. London : J.D. Potter, [1854?]
FC3961 .2 M25 1854 Reserve

McCormick, Robert. Narrative of a boat expedition up the Wellington Channel in the year 1852 under the command of R. M'Cormick ... in search of Sir John Franklin. London : Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1854.
Metro Toronto Reference Library; Queen's University, Kingston

McCormick, Robert. Voyages of discovery in the Arctic and Antarctic seas and round the world : being personal narratives of attempts to reach the North and South Poles, and of an open-boat expedition up the Wellington Channel in search of Sir John Franklin ... London : Dampson, Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington, 1884.
G850 1839 M37 1884 fol. Reserve/Stacks

Pullen, T.C. [The Pullen records : transcripts of original records in the possession of H.F. Pullen] Transcripts of manuscript records including: 2-3. Journal of T.C. Pullen, North Star, July 1852-Aug. 1854. 4. Extract from T.C. Pullen's journal [1852-1854]. 5. Extract from Admiralty Board of Inquiry, T.C. Pullen as witness. 6. Monthly meteorological report, Sept. 1852-Apr. 1854. 7. Message thrown overboard from the North Star, Beechy Island, 25 Sept. 1852 ("printed at Beechy Island"). 10. Extract of report by W.J.S. Pullen. 11. "A boat journey in search of Franklin" by W.L. Calderwood.
FC3961 .3 P83 1955 Reserve

1852-54 Maguire

Maguire, Rochfort. Two years at Point Barrow, Alaska, aboard HMS Plover in the search for Sir John Franklin. Ed. John Bockstoce. London : Hakluyt Society, 1988. (Also includes Moore's journal, 23 July-9 Aug. 1850)
G161 H2 ser. 2 no. 169-170 Stacks

1852 Inglefield

Inglefield, Edward Augustus. A summer search for Sir John Franklin : with a peep into the polar basin. London : T. Harrison, 1853.
FC3961 .3 I54 Reserve

McClure, Robert. The Arctic dispatches : containing an account of the discovery of the North-West passage : with a narrative of proceedings of H.M.S. Resolute, Capt. Kellett, C.B., and the dispatches of Capt. Sir Edward Belcher, C.B., Capt. Inglefield, and Commr. Pullen. London : J.D. Potter, [1854?]
FC3961 .2 M25 1854 Reserve

1853/54 Rae

Rae, John. The Arctic regions and Hudson's Bay route. [Winnipeg] : Manitoba Free Press, [1882] (Manitoba Historical and Scientific Society publication ; no. 2)
AC901 P3 no. 1607 Preserv

Rae, John. John Rae's correspondence with the Hudson's Bay Company on Arctic exploration, 1855-1855. Ed. by E.E. Rich. London : Hudson's Bay Record Society, 1953.
F5979 R3 Stacks

1853-55 Kane

Godfrey, William C. Godfrey's narrative of the last Grinnell Arctic exploring txpedition [sic] in search of Sir John Franklin, 1853-4-5 : with a biography of Dr. Elisha K. Kane, from the cradle to the grave. Philadelphia : Lloyd, 1857.
G665 1853 K34 1857 Reserve

Hayes, Isaac Israel. An Arctic boat journey in the autumn of 1854. Boston : Brown, Taggard & Chase ; London : Samson, Low, 1860.
G665 1854 H45 1860 Reserve/Stacks

-- [British ed.] London : R. Bentley, 1860.
G665 1854 H45 1860b Reserve

-- New ed., enl. and ill. Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1867.
G665 1854 H45 1867 Stacks

-- New ed., enl. and ill. Boston : Fields, Osgood, 1869.
G665 1854 H45 1869 Stacks/Preserv

Hans Hendrik. Memoirs of Hans Hendrik, the Arctic traveller, serving under Kane, Hayes, Hall and Nares, 1853-1876 ; translated from the Eskimo language by Henry Rink ; edited by George Stephens. London : Trübner, 1878.
Geological Survey; Metro Toronto Reference Library

Hickey, Thomas. Thomas Hickey's narrative of the last Arctic expedition of the late Dr. Kane. Newark : Newark Daily Mercury Office, 1858.
Séminaire de Québec

Institute Hall, north east corner of Broad & Spring Garden Sts. : continued success of Dr. E.K. Kane's immense panorama of Arctic voyages, discoveries and sufferings ... [S.l. : s.n., 185-?] (Young's Steam Press Print.). Broadside.
FC3961 I58 1850z fol. Reserve

Kane, Elisha Kent. Arctic explorations : the second Grinnell expedition in search of Sir John Franklin, 1853, 54, 55. Philadelphia : Childs & Peterson : J.B. Lippincott ; Boston : Phillips, Sampson ; New York : G.P. Putnam ; Cincinnati : Applegate, 1856.
FC3961 .3 K36 1856a Reserve/Stacks.

-- [Other ed.] Chicago : Griggs ; Philadelphia : Lippincott, 1856.
FC3961 .3 K36 1856b Reserve/Stacks.

-- [Other ed.] Philadelphia : Childs & Peterson ; New York : Sheldon, Blakeman, 1857.
FC3961 .3 K36 1857a Stacks

-- [Other ed.] Philadelphia : Childs & Peterson ; London : Trübner, 1857.
FC3961 .3 K36 1857b Reserve (holds v. 1 only)

-- [Other ed.] Philadelphia : Childs & Peterson ; Boston : Phillips, Sampson ; New York : G.P. Putnam : Sheldon, Blakeman ; Cincinnati : Applegate, 1857.
FC3961 .3 K36 1857c Reserve

-- [Other ed.] Philadelphia : Childs & Peterson ; London : Trübner, 1858.
FC3961 .3 K36 1858 Reserve (holds v. 2 only)

-- [Other ed.] London ; Edinburgh ; New York ; T. Nelson, 1861.
FC3961 .3 K36 1861 Reserve

-- [Other ed.] London : T. Nelson, 1867.
FC3961 .3 K36 1867 Stacks

-- [German translation/abridgment] Kane, der Nordpolfahrer : arktische Fahrten und Entdeckungen der zweiten Grinnell-Expedition zur Aufsuchung Sir John Franklin's in den Jahren 1853, 1854 und 1855 unter Dr. Elisha Kent Kane. Leipzig : Spamer, 1858.
FC3961 .3 K3615 1858 Reserve

-- [Dutch ed.] Togten en ontdekkingen van de tweede Grinnell-Expeditie : ter opsporing van Sir John Franklin, in de jaren 1853, 1854 en 1855, onder bevel van Elisha Kent Kane. Leyden : Sythoff, 1861.
British Columbia Archives

-- [Abridged ed. with new title] The far north : explorations in the Arctic regions Edinburgh : Nimmo, [1865]
FC3961 .3 K37 1865 Stacks

Kane, Elisha Kent. Astronomical observations in the Arctic seas : made during the second Grinnell Expedition. Washington : Smithsonian Institution, 1860.
QB4 .9 G85 K35 fol. Stacks

Kane, Elisha Kent. Magnetical observations in the Arctic seas : made during the second Grinnell expedition in search of Sir John Franklin, in 1853, 1854, and 1855, at Van Rensselaer Harbor, and other points on the west coast of Greenland ; reduced and discussed by Charles A. Schott. [Washington : Smithsonian Institution, 1859] (Smithsonian Institution publication 97)
No holdings; microform only at Memorial University, Newfoundland.

Kane, Elisha Kent. Meteorological observations in the Arctic seas. Philadelphia : Collins, [1858?].
Geological Survey; Metro Toronto Reference Library

Kane, Elisha Kent. Tidal observations in the Arctic seas. Washington : Smithsonian Institution, 1860.
Geological Survey; Metro Toronto Library

Kersting, Rudolph, ed. The white world : life and adventures within the Arctic Circle portrayed by famous living explorers. New York : Lewis, Scribner, 1902. (includes Amos Bousall's "After fifty years" (p. 39-50), the narrative of the last surviving officer of Kane's Second Grinnell Expedition, which was written fifty years after the events it describes).
G608 K5 Stacks/Preserv

Morton, William. Dr. Kane's Arctic voyage : explanatory of a pictorial illustration of the second Grinnell expedition. New York : Barton, 1857.
G665 1853 K352 Reserve

Petersen, Carl. Erindringer fra polarlandene. Kjobenhavn : P.G. Philipsens Forlag, 1857.
National Archives of Canada

Sonntag, August. Professor Sonntag's thrilling narrative of the Grinnell exploring expedition to the Arctic Ocean in the years 1853, 1854 and 1855 in search of Sir John Franklin, 1853, 1854 and 1855 : under command of Dr. E.K. Kane, USN. Philadelphia : J.T. Lloyd, 1857.
Geological Survey; Metro Toronto Library

-- [Second issue] Philadelphia : J.T. Lloyd, [1857]
G665 1853 K36 1857b Reserve

1855 Anderson & Stewart

Anderson, James. "Chief factor James Anderson's Back River journal of 1855" in The Canadian field-naturalist, v. 54, no. 5-9, v. 55, no. 1-3 (May 1940-March 1941).
A-52-1*A-53-1 Serials Stacks

Anderson, James. The Hudson Bay expedition in search of Sir John Franklin [James Anderson's journal]. Ed. S. Mickle. Toronto : Canadiana House, 1969.
F5959 A5 Stacks

1857-59 M'Clintock

M'Clintock, Francis Leopold. The voyage of the Fox in the Arctic seas : a narrative of the discovery of the fate of Sir John Franklin and his companions. London : J. Murray, 1859.
G665 1857 M2 1859 Reserve/Stacks

-- [American ed.] New York : J.T. Loyd, [1859]
G665 1857 M2 1859b Reserve

-- Author's ed. In the Arctic seas. Philadelphia : Porter & Coates, [1859]
G665 1857 M2 1859a Reserve

-- Author's ed. Boston : Ticknor & Fields, 1860.
G665 1857 M2 1860 Reserve

-- 3rd ed., rev. and enl. Fate of Sir John Franklin. London : J. Murray, 1869.
G665 1857 M2 1869 Preserv/Stacks

-- 4th ed. London : J. Murray, 1875.
G665 1857 M2 1875 Stacks

-- 6th ed. with a chapter on the recent searching expeditions of Capt. C.F. Hall & Lieut F. Schwatka, USA. London : J. Murray, 1895.
G665 1857 M2 1895 Stacks

-- [French translation] La destinée de Sir John Franklin dévoilée. Paris : A. Bertrand, 1860.
Library of Parliament

M'Clintock, Francis Leopold. Meteorological observations in the Arctic seas. Washington : Smithsonian Institution, 1862.
Q994 .8 M25 fol. Reserve

Le Passage du Nord-Ouest, 1847-1906 : [compilation et traduction d'oeuvres de] F.L. McClintock, R. Amundsen. Paris : Phébus, 1992.
FC3961 .2 P385 1992 Preserv/Stacks

Petersen, Carl. Den sidste Franklin-expedition med "Fox", Capt. M'Clintock. Kjøbenhavn : F. Wøldikes Forlagsboghandel, 1860.
FC3961 .2 P48 Reserve

Young, Allen William. "The search for Sir John Franklin from the private journal of an officer of the Fox'" in Cornhill magazine, v. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1860)
H-292-4*H-294-4 Serials Stacks; National Archives of Canada

Young, Allen William. The search for Sir John Franklin from the journal of Allen Young. London : J. Griffin, 1875.
British Columbia Archives

1860-62 Hall

Hall, Charles Francis. Life with the Esquimaux : the narrative of Captain Charles Francis Hall, of the whaling barque "George Henry" from the 29th May 1860 to the 13th September 1862. London : Sampson, Low, Son & Marston, 1864.
G665 1860 H34 1864 Reserve

-- Popular ed. London : Sampson, Low, Son & Marston, 1865.
G665 1860 H34 1865 Reserve

-- [American ed.] Arctic researches and life among the Esquimaux. New York : Harper, 1865.
G665 1860 H34 1865b Reserve

-- [American ed.] New York : Harper, 1866.
G665 1860 H34 1866 Reserve/Stacks

-- [French translation] Deux ans chez les Esquimaux. Paris : Hachette, 1880.
Université Laval, Bibliothèque générale

-- 2e éd. Paris : Hachette, 1882.
Université Laval, Bibliothèque générale

-- 7e éd. Paris : Hachette, 1890.
Univ. of Calgary, Arctic Institute

Hans Hendrik. Memoirs of Hans Hendrik, the Arctic traveller, serving under Kane, Hayes, Hall and Nares, 1853-1876 ; translated from the Eskimo language by Henry Rink ; edited by George Stephens. London : Trübner, 1878.
Geological Survey; Metro Toronto Reference Library

1864-69 Hall

Hans Hendrik. Memoirs of Hans Hendrik, the Arctic traveller, serving under Kane, Hayes, Hall and Nares, 1853-1876 ; translated from the Eskimo language by Henry Rink ; edited by George Stephens. London : Trübner, 1878.
Geological Survey; Metro Toronto Reference Library

Narrative of the second Arctic expedition made by Charles F. Hall : his voyage to Repulse bay, sledge journeys to the straits of Fury and Hecla and to King William's land, and residence among the Eskimos, during the years 1864-'69. Washington : USGPO, 1879.
G665 1862 H34 fol. Stacks

1875, 76 Young

Young, Allen William. Cruise of the Pandora : extracts from the private journal kept by Allen Young ..., commander of the expedition. London : W. Clowes, 1876.
G665 1875 Y68 1876 Reserve

Young, Allen William. The two voyages of the Pandora in 1875 and 1876. London : E. Stanford, 1879.
FC3962 Y68 fol. Reserve/Stacks

MacGahan, Januarius Aloysius. Under the northern lights. London : Sampson, Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington, 1876.
FC3962 M34 1876 Stacks

Innes-Lillingston, Frederick George. The land of the white bear : being a short account of the Pandora's voyage during the summer of 1875. Portsmouth : J. Griffin ; London : Simpkin Marshall, 1876.
Metro Toronto Reference Library

Koolemans-Beijnen, Laurens Reinhart. De reis der Pandora naar de noordpoolgewesten, in den zomer van 1875. Amsterdam : C.F. Stemler, 1876.
British Columbia Archives; Metro Toronto Reference Library

1878/79 Schwatka

The American overland expedition of the Arctic regions in search of records and relics of Sir John Franklin and his brave companions, 1879-1880. London : J. Tamblyn, [1881?]
No holdings

Arctic meeting at Chickering Hall, October 28th. : reception of Lieut. Frederick Schwatka and his associates of the Franklin search party of 1878, 1879 and 1880 : addresses by Chief-Justice Daly, Lieut. Frederick Schwatka, U.S. Army, and Dr. Isaac I. Hayes. (Reprinted from the American Geographical Society bulletin (1880), v. 12, no. 4.
Arctic Institute of North America

Gilder, William Henry. Schwatka's search : sledging in the Arctic in quest of the Franklin records. New York : Scribner's, 1881.
G665 1878 S382 1881 Stacks

[British ed.] London : Sampson, Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, [188-?].
G665 1878 S382 1880z Stacks

Klutschak, Heinrich W. Als Eskimo unter den Eskimos : eine Schilderung der Erlebnisse der Schwatka'schen Franklin-Aufsuchungs-Expedition in den Jahren 1878-80. Wien : A. Hartleben, 1881.
G665 1878 K6 Reserve

-- [English translation] Overland to Starvation Cove : with the Inuit in search of Franklin. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 1987.
G665 1878 K613 1987 Stacks

Schwatka, Frederick. The long Arctic search : the narrative of Lieutenant Frederick Schwatka, USA, 1878-1880, seeking the records of the lost Franklin expedition. Ed. by Edouard A. Stackpole. Mystic, Conn. : Marine Historical Association, 1965.
G665 1878 S36 fol. Stacks

The Search for Franklin : a narrative of the American expedition under Lieutenant Schwatka, 1878 to 1880. London : Nelson, 1882.
National Archives of Canada

[Later ed.] London ; Edinburgh ; New York : Nelson, 1888.
G665 1878 S4 1884 Reserve

[Later ed.] London ; Edinburgh ; New York : Nelson, 1888.
G665 1878 S4 Stacks

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