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John Franklin
See biography, indexes. Maritime explorer, Arctic explorer, Governor of Tasmania
John Franklin


  • Franklin, John (1823–1824), Narrative of a journey to the shores of the Polar Sea, in the years 1819-20-21-22 (two volumes).
  • Franklin, John (1828), Narrative of a second expedition to the shores of the Polar Sea in the years 1825 to 1827.

Works about Franklin

  • Osborn, S. (1860), Career, Last Voyage and Fate of Sir John Franklin
  • Beesley, A. H. (1881), Sir John Franklin; the Narrative of his Life.
  • Smith, G. B. (1895), Sir John Franklin and the Romance of the North-West Passage.
  • Buley, E. C. (1909), Into the Polar Seas; The Story of Sir J. Franklin, etc..
  • Beechey, F. W. (1818), Voyage of Discovery toward the North Pole in H.M. Ships Dorothea and Trent.
  • King, R. (1855), The Franklin Expedition from First to Last.
  • Huish, R. (1855), Recent Expeditions to the Polar Regions, including all the Voyages in search of Sir J. Franklin.
  • Kane, E. K. (1856), Arctic Explorations, the Second Grinnell Expedition in search of Sir John Franklin.
  • MacClintock (1908), The Voyage of the Fox in the Arctic Seas: A narrative of the discovery of the fate of Sir John Franklin, 1859, 1861, 1869.
  • Leslie, J. (1860), Discovery and Adventure in the Polar Seas, with a Narrative of the Recent Expeditions in search of Sir John Franklin, 1860.
  • Brown, J. A. (1860), The North-West Passage, and the Fate of Sir John Franklin.
  • Young, Allen M. (1875), The Search for Sir John Franklin, etc..
  • Skewes, J. H. (1889), The True Secret of the Discovery of the Fate of Sir John Franklin.
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