Norcross-Bartlett Northwest Expedition (1933)

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Description

The Bartlett Northwest Greenland expedition traveled through Hudson Strait and across Foxe Basin to the Strait of Fury and Hecla. It was made in cooperation with the American Museum of Natural History, Museum of the American Indian, American Geographical Society, and the Navy Department.

Source

Stefansson Mss. Full finding aid 92017). The Papers of Robert Abram (Bob) Bartlett in the Dartmouth College Library. Retrieved from https://ead.dartmouth.edu/html/stem193.html

Date Range

1933 - 1933

Topic

Greenland--Discovery and exploration

Form/Genre

Expedition name