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Exploration history and place names of northern East Greenland

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        StatementGeological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, Ministry of Climate and Energy
        PublishersGeological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, Ministry of Climate and Energy
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        LC Classifications2010
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 103 p. :
        Number of Pages83
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 108778712920
        Series
        1
        2Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland bulletin -- 21.
        3Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland bulletin -- 21

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Christian I of Denmark purportedly sent an expedition to the region under Pothorst and Pining to Greenland in 1472 or 1473; Henry VII of England sent another under Cabot in 1497 and 1498; Manuel I of Portugal sent a third under Corte-Real in 1500 and 1501. Case studies will provide a particularly rich source of information for participants, with leading experts from across Canada providing context to each discussion.

History of geological exploration; III.

Exploration history and place names of northern East Greenland

On June 14, 1900, the expedition set sail again, this time with its own ship, the Antarcticwhich Amdrup had bought from the Swedish polar explorer. Sumiiffinni pissutsit nunap sajunneranut sakkortusaataasinnaasut imaluunniit sakkukillisaataasinnaasut sakkuutitsinnit malugineqarsinnaanngillat.

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Although Greenland seems to have been uninhabited at the time of initial Norse settlement, the Thule people migrated south and finally came into contact with the Norse in the 12th century. Archaeological evidence seems to show that the Inuit traded with the Norse.

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A trial run to test the idea is currently under review by the group. More than a third of these place names were proposed by members of the expeditions led by the Danish geologist Lauge Koch. We are working with the community to represent the variety of cultures in the North and to build opportunities for a stronger arts community.

View: 474 Prepared for the British Arctic Expedition of the same year, this 1875 scientific manual includes instructions on making important observations.