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by John Rabe
28 men lost in Antarctica for almost two years, fighting ice and the ocean. The world gave them up for dead; but every one of them survived.
by Amelia B. Edwards
Amelia B. Edwards wrote this historical, egyptological, and cultural study in in 1877, and it became an immediate best-seller, reprinted in 1888 at home in England and abroad. She travelled throughout Egypt at a time when most women didn't leave home.
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by Bill Bryson
Mr. Bryson read passages from his new book, Notes from a Small Island: An Affectionate Portrait of Britain, which details his trip around the nation before returning to the United States.
by Daniel J. Walkowitz
New York City, growing from the small Dutch commercial settlement of New Amsterdam early in the seventeenth century into a bustling multi-cultural city of more than 8 million and metropolis of more than 18 million by the twentieth century, is a place with many stories.
by John Muir
John Muir’s adventure guide for the Yosemite Valley.
by Francis Parkman
The book is a breezy, first-person account of a 2 month summer tour of the U.S. states of Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado, and Kansas when Parkman was 23.
by Rick Steves
Though a relatively small island, Ireland has had a large impact on the rest of the world — from the literate monks who pulled Europe out of the "Dark Ages" to today's high tech "Silicon Bog" economy.
by Mary H. Kingsley
Mary Henrietta Kingsley (13 October 1862 – 3 June 1900) was an British explorer and writer who greatly influenced European ideas about Africa and its people.
by J. Duncan Shaeffer
Geography of Europe offers a broad and systematic overview of Europe, emphasizing physical, economic, and cultural phenomena.
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