Recent Literature in Discovery History, 2002

Fred Musto

 Adams, Eilean.  Hell or High Water: James White’s Disputed Passage through Grand Canyon, 1867.  Logan: Utah State University Press, 2001.  220 p.

Alvarez Pelaez, Raquel.  “Historia natural en tiempos del Emperador Carlos V: la importancia de la conquista del nuevo mundo.”  [Natural history in the time of the Emperor Charles V; the importance of the conquest of the New World].  Revista de Indias  60, no. 218 (2000): 13-31.

The American Museum of Natural History Congo Expedition, May 1909 – November 1915.  New York: American Museum of Natural History, 2002.  AMNH Digital Library Project.  http://diglib1.amnh.org  (Web site that includes a multi-media introduction, readings about the expedition and the Congo, and digitized sound recordings, artwork, photos, maps, video clips, filed notes, GIS data, and scientific publications related to the Congo.)

Anderson, Grahame. The Merchant of the Zeehaen: Isaac Gilsemans and the Voyages of Abel Tasman.  Wellington: Te Papa Press, 2001.  162 p.

Antarctica: First Impressions, 1773-1930.  Edited by Douglas R. G. Sellick.  Fremantle, W. A.: Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 2001.  253 p.

Arboleda Aparicio, Luis Carlos.  “Humboldt en la Nueva Granada: hipsometria y territorio.”  [Humboldt in New Granada: hypsometry and territory.]  Quipu [Mexico]  13, no. 1 (2000): 53-66.

Arciniegas, Germán. Arciniegas polémico.  Bogotá: Espasa, 2001.  286 p.

Aspects of Arctic and Sub-Arctic History: Proceedings of the International Congress on the History of the Arctic and the Sub-Arctic Region, Reykjavík, 18-21 June 1998.  Edited by Ingi Sigurosson and Jón Skaptason. Reykjavík: University of Iceland Press, 2000.  623 p.

Atlas of Exploration.  Edited by Shona Grimbly.  London; Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001.  256 p.

Badger, Geoffrey.  Explorers of Australia.  East Roseville, N.S.W.: London: Simon & Schuster, 2002.  320 p.

Bakeless, John.  The Adventures of Lewis and Clark.  Mineola, NY: Dover, 2002.  183 p. (Originally published Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1962.)

Balm, Roger.  “Expeditionary Art: An Appraisal.”  Geographical Review  90, no. 4 (2000): 585-602.

Barnes, Geraldine.  Viking America: The First Millennium. Cambridge [England]; Rochester, NY: D. S. Brewer, 2001.  187 p.

Barr, William.  “Harpoon Guns, the Lost Greenland Settlement, and Penal Colonies: George Manby’s Arctic Obsessions.”  Polar Record  37, no. 203 (2001): 291-315.  (Inventor Manby traveled to the Arctic in 1821to try out his new whaling harpoons, and for the remainder of his life remained convinced that Norse colonies survived, and that Britain should colonize East Greenland as penal colony.)

Barratt, Glynn.  “Russian Hydrography among the Cook Islands to 1836.”  New Zealand Slavonic Journal (2000): 141-181.  (A. J. von Kruzenshtern’s naval expedition to Oceania in 1804 to chart the Pacific, and its impact on later Rusian mapping expeditions.)

Barros Franco, Jose Miguel.  “La Incursion de Richard Hawkins en Hispanoamerica y su epilogo.” [The incursion of Richard Hawkins in Spanish America and its epilogue].  Revista de Historia Naval  17, no. 65 (1999): 63-77.

Bawlf,  Samuel.  Sir Francis Drake’s Secret Voyage to the Northwest Coast of America, AD 1579.  Salt Spring Island, B.C.: Sir Francis Drake Publications, 2001.  149 p.

Beardsley, Martyn.  Deadly Winter: The Life of Sir John Franklin.  Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 2002.  256 p. 

Beck, Janice Sanford.  No Ordinary Woman: The Story of Mary Schaffer Warren.  Calgary: Rocky Mountain Books, 2001.  224 p.  (Biography of Mary T. S. Schaffer (1861-1939), explorer of Canadian Rocky Mountains.)

Bellec, François.  Le livre des terres inconnues: journaux de bord des navigateurs Xve-XIXe siècle. Paris: Editions du Chêne, 2000.  213 p.

Belov, Mikhail Ivanovich.  Russians in the Bering Strait 1648-1791.  Anchorage: White Stone Press, 2000.  138 p.

Bergthórsson, Páll.  “Viking Navigation: The Role of Stjornu-Oddi.”  In:  Aspects of Arctic and Sub-Arctic History: Proceedings of the International Congress on the History of the Arctic and Sub-Arctic Region, Reykjavík, 18-21 June 1998.  Reykjavík: University of Iceland Press, 2001: 373-378.

Boewe, Charles.  “John Bradbury (1768-1823), Kentucky’s Forgotten Naturalist.”  Filson Club History Quarterly  74, no. 3 (2000): 221-249.

Brereton, John.  Discoverie of the North Part of Virginia.  Fairfield, WA: Ye Galleon Press, 2001. (Also includes James Rosier’s A True Relation of the most prosperous voyage made this present yeere 1605, by Captain George Waymouth.  Originally published London, 1602.)

Brown, Anthony J.  Ill-starred Captains: Flinders and Baudin.  Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 2000.  512 p.

Burns, Robin.  Just Tell Them I Survived: Women in Antarctica.  St. Leonards, N.S.W.; London: Allen & Unwin, 2001.  256 p.

Burton, Rosemary, Richard Cavendish, and Bernard Stonehouse. AA Journeys of the Great Explorers.  Basingstoke: AA, 2001.  224 p.

Buxton, Meriel.  David Livingstone.  Basingstoke, Hampshire, U.K.; New York: Palgrave, 2001.  215 p.

Caesar, Adrian.  The White.  Basingstoke: Macmillan, 2001.  287 p.

Ceballos-Escalera Gila, Alfonso.  “Una navegación de Acapulco a Manila en 1611: el cosmógrafo mayo Juan Bautista de Labana, el inventor Luis de Fonseca Coutinho, y el problema de la desviacion de la aguja.”  [A voyage from Acapulco to Manila in 1611: the senior cosmographer Juan Bautista de Labana, the inventor Luiz da Fonseca Coutinho, and the problem of the deviation of the needle.]  Revista de Historia Naval  17, no. 65 (1999): 7-42.

Chaplin, Joyce E.  Subject matter: Technology, the Body, and Science on the Anglo-American Frontier, 1500-1676.  Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2001.  411 p.

Chopotov, Constantin A.  “Le Capitaine-Commandeur Tchirikov … et l’Amérique russe son invention.”  Boreales  78, no. 81 (2000): 91-111.  (Biographical account of Alexey Chirikov and his role in the Kamchatka expeditions.)

Clark, William, and Jonathan Clark.  Dear Brother: Letters of William Clark to Jonathan Clark.  Edited and with an introduction by James J. Holmberg.  New Haven: Yale University Press, 2002.  322 p.

Clarke, Charles G.  The Men of the Lewis and Clark Expedition: A Biographical Roster of the Fifty-one Members and a Composite Diary of Their Activities from All the Known Sources.  Spokane: Arthur H. Clarke Co., 2001.  351 p.  Pbk. ed.  Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2002. (Originally published Glendale, CA: A. H. Clark, 1970.)

Cobeldick, Trevor.  “The First New Zealand.”  History Now [New Zealand]  7, no. 11 (2001): 6-10.   (Analyzes Dutch exploration and cartography of what is now Indonesia and its province of West Irian, a peninsula of which was named New Zealand.)

Collingridge, Vanessa.  Captain Cook: Obsession and Betrayal in the New World.  London: Ebury, 2002.  376 p.

Connell, Evan S.  El Dorado & Other Pursuits.  London: Pilmico, 2002.  275 p.  (Originally published as A Long Desire, New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1979.)

La conquista de América: antología del pensamiento de Indias.  Edición, introducción y appéndices de Ricardo Piqueras Céspedes.  Barcelona: Ediciones Peninsula, 2001.  283 p.

Cook, Frederick A.  My Attainment of the Pole: Being the Record of the Expedition that First Reached the Boreal Center, 1907-1909.  New York: Polar Publishing Co., 2001.  599 p. “90th Anniversary Edition.” (Originally published New York: Mitchell Kennerley, 1912.)

Cook, Noble David.  “Sickness, Starvation, and Death in Early Hispaniola.”  Journal of Interdisciplinary History  32, no. 3 (2002): 349-386.

Cortés, Hernán.  Letters from Mexico.  Translated and edited by Anthony Pagden.  New Haven: Yale Nota Bene, 2001.  640 p.

Costa, Maria de Fatima.  Historia de un Pais Inexistente: O Pantanal entre os Seculos XVI e XVIII.  [History of an imaginary country: the Pantanal between the 16th and 18th centuries.] Sao Paulo: Estacao Liberdade, 1999.  277 p.

Crónicas de Indias: antología.  Edición de Mercedes Serna.  Madrid: Cátedra, 2000.  527 p.

Cunliffe, Barry.  The Extraordinary Voyage of Pytheas the Greek.  London: Allen Lane, 2001.  182 p.

Dalby, Andrew.  “2001: A Spice Odyssey.”  Geographical  73, no. 4 (2001): 34-38.

Dalziell, Rosamund.  “The Curious Case of Sir Everard im Thurn and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: Exploration and the Imperial Adventure Novel, The Lost World.”  English Literature in Transition 1880-1920  45, no. 2 (2002): 131-157.

Danforth, Susan.  “Cultivating Empire: Sir Joseph Banks and the (failed) Botanical Garden at Nassau.”  Terrae Incognitae  33 (2001): 48-58.

Dary, David.  The Santa Fe Trail: Its History, Legends and Lore.  New York: Knopf, 2000. 368 p.

Dash, Mike.  Batavia’s Graveyard.  New York: Crown; London: Gollancz, 2002.  381 p.

De Souza, Philip.  Seafaring and Civilization: Maritime Perspectives on World History.  London: Profile Books, 2001.  224 p. (“Written to accompany the 70th Anglo-American Conference of Historians.”)

Dease, Peter Warren.  From Barrow to Boothia: The Arctic Journal of Chief Factor Peter Warren Dease, 1836-1839.  Edited by William Barr. Rupert’s Land Record Society Series, 7. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2002.  330 p. 

Dick, Lyle.  Muskox Land: Ellesmere Island in the Age of Contact.  Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2001.  615 p.

Difficult & Dangerous Roads: Hugh Clapperton’s Travels in Sahara & Fezzan (1822-1825).  Edited by Jamie Bruce-Lockhart and James Wright.  London: Sickle Moon Books, 2000.  365 p.

Discovery Illustrated: Pictures from Captain Scott’s First Antarctic Expedition.  Edited by J. V. Skelton and D. M. Wilson.  Cheltenham: Reardon Publishing, 2001.  168 p.

Dolnick, Edward.  Down the Great Unknown: John Wesley Powell’s 1869 Journey of Discovery and Tragedy through the Grand Canyon.  New York: HarperCollins, 2001.  367 p.

Douglass, William A.  “In Search of Juan de Oñate: Confessions of a Cryptoessentialist.”  Journal of Anthropological Research  56, no. 2 (2000): 137-162.  (Analyzes the multiple identities of Juan de Oñate, late-sixteenth-century explorer who oversaw Spanish settlement in New Mexico.)

Drecoll, Carsten.  Idrisi aus Sizilien: Der Einfluss eines arabischen Wissenschaftlers auf die Entwicklung der europäischen Kartographie. [Idrisi of Sicily: the influence of an Arab scientist on the development of European cartography.] Egelsbach: Hänsel-Hohenhausen, 2000. 177 p.

Driver, Felix.  Geography Militant: Cultures of Exploration and Empire. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2001.  258 p.

Dudley, Wade G.  Drake: For God, Queen, and Plunder.  Washington, DC; London: Brassey’s, 2002.  128 p.

Dugard, Martin.  Farther Than Any Man: The Rise and Fall of Captain James Cook.  New York: Pocket Books, 2001.  287 p.

Dunn, Robert.  The Shameless Diary of an Explorer: A Story of Failure on Mt. McKinley.  New York: Modern Library, 2001.  214 p.

Eatough, Geoffrey.  “Peter Martyr’s Account of the First Contacts with Mexico.”  Viator [Belgium]  30 (1999): 397-421.

Edwards, Mike.  “The Adventures of Marco Polo.”  National Geographic  199, no. 5 (May 2001): 2+  (First of a three-part series tracing the route followed by Marco Polo.)

Ehrlich, Gretel.  This Cold Heaven: Seven Seasons in Greenland.  New York: Pantheon Books, 2001.  377 p.

Elbl, Ivana.  “Henry ‘the Navigator.’”  Journal of Medieval History  27, no. 1 (2001): 79-99.

Emanuels, George.  Early California Voyages.  Sonoma, CA: Diablo Books, 2001.  287 p.

Engstrand, Iris.  “Spanish Naturalists in Cuba and the West Indies 1795-1802.”  Terrae Incognitae  33 (2001): 59-68.

Enterline, James Robert.  Erikson, Eskimos, and Columbus: Medieval Knowledge of America.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002.  336 p.

Exploring the Olympic Mountains: Accounts of the Earliest expeditions, 1878-1890.  Compiled by Carsten Lien.  Seattle: Mountaineers Books, 2001.  483 p.

Fisher, Susanna.  “The Organisation of Hydrographic Information for English Navigators – Five Hundred Years of Sailing Directions and Charts.”  Journal of Navigation  54, no. 2 (2001): 157-166.

Fleming, Fergus.  Ninety Degrees North: The Quest for the North Pole.  London: Granta, 2001.  470 p.

Flint, Richard.  Great Cruelties Have Been Reported: The 1544 Investigation of the Coronado Expedition.  Dallas: Southern Methodist University Press, 2002.  647 p.

Fournier, Martin.  Pierre-Esprit Radisson: aventurier et commerçant.  Sillery, Québec: Septentrion, 2001.  314 p.

Fremont, John Charles.  Memoirs of My Life.  New York: Cooper Square Press, 2001.  655 p.  (Originally published Chicago: Belford, Clarke & Co., 1887.)

Fritze, Ronald H.  New Worlds: The Great Voyages of Discovery, 1400-1600.  Stroud: Sutton, 2002.  256 p.

Fuchs, Arved.  In Shackleton’s Wake.  Dobbs Ferry, NY: Sheridan House, 197 p.

Gannier, Odile.  “Consigner l’évènement; les journaux du voyage de Marchand (1790-1792) et les Isles de la Révolution.”  [Recording the event: the journals of the Marchand voyage, 1790-92, and the Isles de la Révolution.]  Annales Historiques de la Révolution Française  no. 320 (2000): 101-120. 

Girard, Stephanie.  “La présence Amérindienne sur la Rivière Mistassini.”  [The Amerindian presence on the Mistassini River].  Saguenayensia [Canada]  42, no. 3 (2000): 32-37.  (Examines early maps and writings of European explorers to trace the presence of Indians in the Mistassini River region of Quebec from the early seventeenth to late nineteenth century.)

Godinho, Vitorino Magalhães.  “The Portuguese Empire 1565-1665.”  Journal of European Economic History  30, no. 1 (2001): 49-104.

Godsall, Jon R.  “Richard Burton’s Somali Expedition, 1854-55: Its Wider Historical Context and Planning.”  Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society  11, no. 2 (2001): 135-173.

Goldenberg, L. A.  Gvozdev: The Russian Discovery of Alaska in 1732.  Edited by James L. Smith.  Rev. ed. Anchorage: White Stone Press, 2001.  172 p.  (Translation of Mikail Spiridonovich Gvozdev. Originally published 1990.)

Goodman, Joshua.  “Padre Patagonia: Explorer of Heavenly Peaks.”  Americas  53, no. 5 (Oct. 2001): 14+

Gorem, Haim.  “Scientific Organizations as Agents of Change: The Palestine Exploration Fund, the Deutsche Verein zur Erforschung Palastina and Nineteenth-Century Palestine.”  Journal of Historical Geography  27, no. 2 (2001): 153-165.

Grace, Sherrill.  “‘Hidden Country’: Discovering Mina Benson Hubbard.”  Biography  24, no. 1 (2001): 273-287.  (Canadian who explored Labrador in 1905, chronicling her experiences in a diary.)

Guadalupi, Gianni. Latitude Zero: Tales of the Equator. New York: Carroll & Graf, 2001. 258 p.

Harding, Les.  Damn the Mosquitoes!: More Travellers on the Canadian Frontier.  Kitchener, ON: Upney Editions, 2001.  112 p.

Hayes, Derek.  First Crossing: Alexander Mackenzie, His Expedition across North America, and the Opening of the Continent.  Seattle: Sasquatch Books; Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 2001. 320 p.

Hayes, Derek.  An Historical Atlas of the North Pacific Ocean: Maps of Discovery and Scientific Exploration, 1500-2000.  Seattle: Sasquatch Books; Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 2001.  224 p.

Hayes, Derek.  “You Will Readily Conjecture: The Explorations and Maps of Peter Pond.”  Mercator’s World  7 (March/April 2002): 31-37.

Hebard, Grace Raymond.  Sacajawea: Guide and Interpreter of Lewis and Clark.  Mineola, NY: Dover, 2002.  (Originally published Glendale, CA: Arthur H. Clarke Co., 1933.)

Heidenreich, Conrad E. and Nancy L. Heidenreich. “A Nutritional Analysis of the Food Rations on Martin Frobisher’s Second Expedition, 1577.” Polar Record  38, no. 204 (2002): 23-38.

Hempleman-Adams, David.  At the Mercy of the Winds: Two Remarkable Journeys to the North Pole. A Modern Hero and a Victorian Romance.  London: Bantam, 2001.  315 p.

Heyerdahl, Thor.  In the Footsteps of Adam: A Memoir.  London: Little, Brown, 2000.  240 p.

Hibbert, Christopher.  Africa Explored: Europeans in the Dark Continent, 1769-1889.  New York: Cooper Square Press, 2002.  335 p.  (Originally published: New York: Norton, 1983.)

History of Micronesia: A Collection of Source Documents.  Compiled and edited by Rodrigue Levesque.  v. 15. Mostly Palau, 1783-1793; v. 16. The Malaspina Expedition, 1773-1795; v. 17. Last Discoveries, 1795-1807;  v. 18. Russian Expeditions, 1808-1827.  Gatineau, QC: Editions Levesque = Levesque Publications, 2001-2002.

Hoare, James E.  “Captain Broughton, HMS Providence (and Her Tender) and His Voyage to the Pacific 1794-8.”  Asian Affairs  31, no. 3 (2000): 303-312.  (British Navy exploring and mapping expedition to northwest coast of America, Japan, Korea, and northern East Asian coast.)

Hooker, Brian. “James Cook’s Secret Search in 1769.” Mariner’s Mirror  87, no. 3 (2001): 297-302.

Hopkirk, Peter.  Trespassers on the Roof of the World: The Race for Lhasa.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.  284 p.  (Originally published: London: John Murray, 1982.)

Howard, Harold P.  Sacajawea. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2001.  216 p.  (Originally published 1971.)

Hurley, Frank.  South with Endurance: Shackleton’s Antarctic Expedition 1914-1917: the Photographs of Frank Hurley.  New York: Simon & Schuster, 2001.  320 p.

Iradier, Manuel. Africa. Edicion de Ramon Jimenez Fraile. Barcelona: Mondadori, 2000. 289 p.

Italian Reports on America 1493-1522: Letters, Dispatches, and Papal Bulls.  Edited by Geoffrey Symcox.  Turnhout: Brepols, 2001.  161 p.

Jeal, Tim.  Livingstone.  New Haven: Yale Nota Bene, 2001.  448 p.  (Originally published: New York: Putnam, 1973.)

Joao Rodrigues’s Account of Sixteenth-century Japan.  Edited by Michael Cooper.  London:  Hakluyt Society, 2001.  428 p.  (Works issued by the Hakluyt Society, 3rd ser., no. 7).

Johnson, Richard.  The Search for the Inland Sea: John Oxley, Explorer, 1783-1828.  Carlton South, VIC: Melbourne University Press, 2001.  305 p.

The Journals of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. Comprehensive Index.  Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2001.  174 p.  (Journals of the Lewis & Clark Expedition, v. 13).

Kelly, Mark W.  “The Yellowstone Expedition: The American Military on the Missouri River 1818-1820: A Tale of Politics, Personalities, and Pettiness.”  Journal of America’s Military Past  27, no. 1 (2000): 17-53.

Kessell, John L.  Spain in the Southwest: A Narrative History of Colonial New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, and California.  Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2002.  462 p.

Kimaid, Michael.  “‘From That Last Point, the Line Is Less Exact.’ The Problem of Cartography prior to the Louisiana Purchase.”  Portolan, no. 52 (Winter 2001-2002): 18-33.

Kobalenko, Jerry.  The Horizontal Everest: Extreme Journeys on Ellesmere Island.  Toronto: Viking; New York: Soho Press, 2002.  277 p.

Kyba, Daniel A.  “Duncan McGillivray’s 1800 Reconnaisance of the Upper Brazeau River.”  Alberta History  49, no. 3 (2001): 17-24.

La Vérendrye, Pierre Gaultier de Varennes et de.  In Search of the Western Sea: Selected Journals of La Vérendrye.  Edited by Denis Combet.  Winnipeg:  Great Plains Publications, 2001.  191 p.  (La Vérendrye, 1685-1749, French explorer of Canadian northwest.)

LaFramboise, Lisa.  “‘Just a Little Like an Explorer:’ Mina Hubbard and the Making of A Woman’s Way.”  Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada  39, no. 1 (2001): 7-44.

Landis, Marilyn J.  Antarctica: Exploring the Extreme: 400 Years of Adventure.  Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 2001.  395 p.

Latta, Jeffrey Blair. The Franklin Conspiracy: Cover-up, Betrayal, and the Astonishing Secret behind the Lost Arctic Expedition.  Toronto: Hounslow Press, 2001.  320 p.

Layland, Michael.  “Commemorating Amérigo: In Search of Amérigo Vespucci.”  Mercator’s World  7 (March/April 2002): 38-43.

Le livre des terres inconnues: journaux de bord des navigateurs Xve-XIXe siècle.  Edited by François Bellec.  Paris: Editions de Chêne, 2000.  213 p.

Lost Shores and Forgotten Peoples: Spanish Explorations of the South East Maya Lowlands.  Edited and translated by Lawrence H. Feldman.  Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2000. 269 p.

Loupis, Dimitris K.  “Piri Reis’s Book on Navigation (Kitab-I Bahriye) as a Geography Handbook: Ottoman Efforts to Produce an Atlas during the Reign of Sultan Mehmed IV (1648-1687).”  Portolan, no. 52 (Winter 2001/2002): 11-17.

The Low Countries and the New World(s): Travel, Discovery, Early Relations.  Edited by Johanna C. Prins, et al.  Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 2001.  226 p.

McDermott, James.  Martin Frobisher: Elizabethan Privateer.  New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001.  509 p.

McGhee, Robert.  The Arctic Voyages of Martin Frobisher: An Elizabethan Venture.  Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2001.  196 p.

McGoogan, Ken.  Fatal Passage: The True Story of John Rae, the Arctic Hero Time Forgot.  New York: Caroll & Graf, 2002.  327 p. (Published in Canada as: Fatal Passage: The Untold Story of John Rae, the Arctic Adventurer Who Discovered the Fate of Franklin.  Toronto: HarperFlamingo Canada, 2001.)

McGovern, Thomas H. and Sophia Perdikaris.  “The Vikings’ Silent Saga.”  Natural History  109, no. 8 (2000): 50-57.

The Malaspina Expedition, 1789-1794: Journal of the Voyage.  Vol. 1, Cadiz to Panama.  Edited by Andrew David, et al.  London: Hakluyt Society, 2002.  436 p.  (Works issued by the Hakluyt Society, 3rd ser., no. 8.)

The Mammoth Book of Explorers. Edited by John Keay. New York: Carroll & Graf, 2002. 487 p.

Mapp, Paul.  “French Reactions to the British Search for a Northwest Passage from Hudson Bay and the Origins of the Seven Years’ War.”  Terrae Incognitae  33 (2001): 13-32.

“Marcos de Aramburu, General de la Flota de Indias.”  Revista de Historia Naval  17, no. 66 (1999): 83-89.

Martinez Reverte, Javier.  Dios, el diablo y la aventura.  Barcelona: Plaza & Janes Editores, 2001.  239 p.

Martinic Beros, Mateo.  Cartografía Magallánica 1523-1945.  Punta Arenas, Chile: Ediciones de la Universidad de Magallanes, 1999.  343 p.  (Comprehensive cartographical history of the Magallanes region of Chile and Tierra del Fuego.)

Mesenburg, Peter.  “Kartometrische Untersuchung und Rekonstruktion der Weltkarte des Piri Re’is (1513).”  [Cartometric investigation and reconstruction of the world map by Piri Re’is (1513)]  Cartographica Helvetica, no. 24 (2001): 3-7.

Meuer, Peter H.  “Zur Frühgeschichte der Entfernungsdreiecke.”  [The early history of the distance triangle.]  Cartographica Helvetica, no 24 (2001): 9-19.

Milton, Giles.  Samurai William: The Englishman Who Opened the East.  London: Hodder & Stoughton, 2002.  400 p. (Biography of William Adams, 1564-1620, explorer of Japan.)

Moorehead, Alan.  Cooper’s Creek: The Classic Account of the Burke and Wills Expedition across Australia.  London: Phoenix, 2001. 222 p. (Originally published New York: Harper & Row, 1963.)

Morgan, D. O.  “Ibn Battuta and the Mongols.”  Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society  11, no. 1 (2001): 1-11.

Moulton, Gary E.  “Lewis and Clark on the Middle Missouri.”  Nebraska History  81, no. 3 (2000): 90-105.

Muir, John.  John Muir’s Last Journey: South to the Amazon and East to Africa: Unpublished Journals and Selected Correspondence.  Edited by Michael P. Branch.  Washington, DC: Island Press/Shearwater Books, 2001.  337 p.

Murphy, David Thomas.  Germany Encounters the Polar World, 1870-1940.  Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2002.  273 p.

Nansen, Fridtjof.  The First Crossing of Greenland: The Expedition that Launched Modern Polar Exploration.  Honolulu: University Press of the Pacific, 2001.  452 p.  (Originally published London, NY: Longmans Green, 1890.)

Neill, Anna.  British Discovery Literature and the Rise of Global Commerce.  New York: Palgrave, 2002.  240 p.

Nickerson, Sheila B.  Midnight to the North: The Untold Story of the Woman Who Saved the Polaris Expedition.  New York: J. P. Tarcher/ Putnam, 2002.  187 p.

Nokes, J. Richard.  “No Such River Exists: John Meares’s Search for the Great River of the West.”  Columbia  14, no. 4 (2000-01): 31-37.

Norton, Louis Arthur.  “The Legacy of Prince Henry: ‘The Navigator’ Re-Examined.”  Mercator’s World  6 (May/June 2001): 44-49.

Nuffield, Edward W.  Samuel Hearne: Journey to the Coppermine River, 1769-1772.  Vancouver: Haro Books, 2001.  137 p.

Olaechea Labayen, Juan B.  “Los Indios que Colon trajo en el primer viaje: ¿esclavos o colaboradores voluntaries?”  [The Indians whom Columbus carried on the first voyage: slaves or voluntary collaborators?]  Revista de Historia Naval  17, no. 66 (1999): 67-80.

Owen, J. Victor.  “No Smooth Sailing: The Once and Future Northwest Passage.” Mercator’s World  7 (January/February 2002): 30-37.

Palace, Wendy.  “The Kozlov Expedition of 1907-10 and the Problem of Kokonor.”  Asian Affairs  32, no. 1 (2001): 20-29.  (Russian expedition to explore parts of Mongolia and western China, and conflict with British as they entered Koko Nor near Tibet.)

Peck, Douglas T.  “The Depiction of Florida on the Early Conte Ottomano Freducci Map.”  Portolan  no. 50 (Spring 2001): 24-27.

Peck, Douglas T.  “Lucas Vásquez de Ayllón’s Doomed Colony of San Miguel de Gualdape.”  Georgia Historical Quarterly  85, no. 2 (2001): 183-198.

Picquet, Thea.  “Voyages d’un Florentin: Giovanni da Verrazzano (1485-1528).”  Rinascimento  39 (1999): 431-465.

Plamondon, Martin, II.  Lewis and Clark Trail maps: A Cartographic Reconstruction, Volume I: Missouri River between Camp River Dubois (Illinois) and Fort Mandan (North Dakota)-—Outbound 1804; Return 1806.  Volume II:  Beyond Fort Mandan (North Dakota/Montana) to Continental Divide and Snake River (Idaho/Washington)—Outbound 1805; Return 1806.  Pullman: Washington State University Press, 2000-2001.

Polk, Milby and Mary Tiegreen.  Women of Discovery: A Celebration of Intrepid Women Who Explored the World.  New York: Potter, 2001.  256 p.

Porrúa, Enrique J.  The Diary of Antonio de Tova on the Malaspina Expedition 1789-1794.  Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2001.  581 p.

Powell-Williams, Clive.  Cold Burial: A True Story of Endurance and Disaster.  New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2002.  264 p.

Power, Bernard A.  “Climatological Analysis of Old Norse Sailing Directions for North Atlantic Routes.”  Journal of Navigation  55, no. 1 (2002): 109-116.

Relaño, Francesc.  La emergencia de Africa como continente: un Nuevo mundo a partir del Viejo.  Lleida [Spain]: Edicions de la Universitat de Lleida, 2000.  124 p.

Relaño, Francesc.  The Shaping of Africa: Cosmographic Discourse and Cartographic Science in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe.  Burlington, VT; Aldershot [UK]: Ashgate, 2001.

Richardson, W. A. R.  “An Elizabethan Pilot’s Charts (1594): Spanish Intelligence Regarding the Coasts of England and Wales at the End of the XVIth Century.”  Journal of Navigation  53, no. 2 (2000), 313-327.

Reiersgord, Thomas E.  The Kensington Rune Stone: Its Place in History.  St. Paul, MN: Pogo Press, 2001.  219 p.

Rinella, Steven.  “The Renegade.”  American Heritage  52, no. 6 (Sept. 2001): 66- 70.  (French explorer Etienne Brulé, who came to the New World with Champlain in 1608 and lived with the Hurons.)

Risjord, Norman K.  “Jean Nicolet’s Search for the South Sea.”  Wisconsin Magazine of History  84, no. 3 (2001): 34-43.  (French explorer sent west by Champlain in 1634 to continue the quest for a Northwest Passage to the Pacific.)

Ronda, James P.  Finding the West: Explorations with Lewis and Clark.  Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2001.  138 p.

Ronda, James P.  Lewis and Clark among the Indians.  Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2002.  310 p.  (Originally published 1984.)

Ross, W. Gillies.  “The Gloucester Balloon: A Communication from Franklin?”  Polar Record  38, no. 204 (2002): 11-22.

Ross, W. Gillies.  “The Type and Number of Expeditions in the Franklin Search 1847-1859.”  Arctic  55, no. 1 (2002): 57-69.

Rossiter, Heather.  Lady Spy, Gentleman Explorer: The Life of Herbert Dyce Murphy, the Most Extraordinary Australian You’ve Never Heard Of.  Milsons Point, N.S.W.: Random House Australia, 2001.  401 p.

Rubies, Joan-Pau.  Travel and Ethnology in the Renaissance: South India through European Eyes, 1250-1625.  Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000.  455 p.

Ruby, Robert.  The Unknown Shore: The Lost History of England’s Arctic Colony.  New York: Henry Holt, 2001.  300 p.  (Martin Frobisher’s three expeditions to Baffin Island, and the attempt to establish first English colony in North America in 1578.)

Ruskin, Steve.  “Private Science and the Imperial Imagination: John Herschel’s Cape Voyage.”  Endeavour  25 , no.1 (2001): 23-27.

Russell, Steve F.  “The Riddle of Hungery Creek, September 18-20, 1805, and June 16, 18, 25, 1806.”  Idaho Yesterdays  44, no. 1 (2000): 19-31.  (Attempt to determine Lewis and Clark’s route through northeastern Idaho.)

Safier, Neil.  “Unveiling the Amazon to European Science and Society: The Reading and Reception of La Condamine’s Relation Abrégée d’un voyage fait dans l’Intérieur de l’Amérique méridionale (1745).”  Terrae Incognitae  33 (2001): 33-48.

Salgari, Emilio.  La “Stella polare” ed il suo viaggio avventuroso.  Torino: A. Viglongo, 2001.  316 p.  (Originally published Genova: A Donath, 1901.)

Savours, Ann M.  The Voyages of the Discovery: The Illustrated History of Scott’s Ship.  London: Chatham, 2001.  160 p.  (Abridged edition of work first published London: Virgin, 1992.)

Savours, Ann.  “From Greenland’s Icy Mountains.”  History Today  51, no. 3 (2001): 44-51.

(Sir Clements Markham, 1830-1916, English explorer who traveled widely in Peru and the Arctic.)

Scammell, G. V.  “After Da Gama: Europe and Asia since 1498.”  Modern Asian Studies  34, no. 3 (2000): 513-543.

Schnall, Uwe.  “The Role of Sailing Directions in Medieval Navigation.” In: Aspects of Arctic and Sub-Arctic History: Proceedings of the International Congress on the History of the Arctic and Sub-Arctic Region, Reykjavik, 18-21 June 1998.  Reykjavik: University of Iceland Press, 2001: 379-386.

Seaver, Kirsten A.  “Olaus Magnus and the ‘Compass’ on Hvitsark.”  Journal of Navigation  54, no. 2 (2001): 235-254.

Seeing Things Whole: The Essential John Wesley Powell.  Edited by William deBuys.  Washington, DC: Island Press/Shearwater Books, 2001.  388 p.

Severin, Timothy.  Explorers of the Mississippi.  Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2002.  294 p. (Originally published New York: Knopf, 1967.)

Sezgin, Fuat.  “Arabischer Ursprung europäischer Karten.”  [Arabian origin of European maps.] Cartographica Helvetica, no. 24 (2001): 21-28.

Skinner, Raymond J.  “John Ley (c. 1550-1604): Elizabethan Sea Captain and Explorer. His Background together with a Voyage from Lyme Regis to Spain in 1580”  Mariner’s Mirror  87, no. 2 (2001): 133-143.

Solomon, Susan.  The Coldest March: Scott’s Fatal Antarctic Expedition.  New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001.  383 p.

Speer, Lonnie R.  “Ferdinand Magellan’s Overconfidence in Technology Prevented Him from Circumnavigating the World.”  Military History  18, no. 5 (Dec. 2001): 18+

Steele, Volney.  “Lewis and Clark: Military Explorers, Scientists, and Physicians.”  Military History of the West  31, no. 1 (2001): 51-65.

Stotzer, Jean-Claude.  “Die Darstellung der Gezeiten auf alten Karten.”  [The representation of tides on old maps.]  Cartographica Helvetica, no. 24 (2001): 29-35.

Sturt, Charles.  Narrative of an Expedition into Central Australia, Performed under the Authority of Her Majesty’s Government, during the Years 1844, 5, and 6, together with a Notice of the Province of South Australia, in 1847.  North Adelaide, S.A.: Corkwood Press, 2001.  504 p.  (Originally published London: T. & W. Boone, 1848.)

Tammiksaar, Erki.  “The 1901-04 Nordenskjöld Expedition and José Maria Sobral: The First Argentinian in Antarctica.”  Ymer [Årsbok]  121 (2001): 231-268.

The Third Voyage of Martin Frobisher to Baffin Island, 1578.  Edited by James McDermott.  London: Hakluyt Society, 2001.  268 p.  (Works issued by the Hakluyt Society, 3rd. ser., no. 6.)

Thomson, Hugh.  The White Rock: An Exploration of the Inca Heartland.  London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2001.  316 p.

Thrower, John.  “Colonial Nombre de Dios – the ‘Treasure Mouth of the World.’”  Terrae Incognitae  33 (2001): 1-12.

Tovell, Freeman.  “Planning for Discovery: The Career of Bodega y Quadra.”  Mains’l Haul: A Journal of Pacific Maritime History  36, no. 1 (2000): 23-37.  (Francisco de la Bodega y Quadra, 1744-94, explored the Alaskan coast for Spain and negotiated with George Vancouver over interpretation of the 1790 Nootka Convention.)

Townsend, Mark.  “Gunpowder, Treason and Plot: The Pioneering Men Who Mapped Afghanistan.”  Geographical  73, no. 12 (Dec. 2001): 20- 24.

Turley, Gary.  “Charting the Northern Mists: Fridtjof Nansen’s History of Far North Exploration.”  Mercator’s World  7 (January/February 2002): 48-51.

Tyacke, Sarah.  Before Empire: The English World Picture in the Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries.  London: Hakluyt Society, 2001.  24 p. (Hakluyt Society Annual Lecture, 2000.)

Verne, Jules.  The Great Navigators of the Eighteenth Century.  London: Duckworth, 2001.  490 p.  (Originally published 1880 as second volume of his Celebrated Travels and Travellers.)

Vilhjalmsson, Thorsteinn.  “Old Norse Navigation: An Overview.”  In:  Aspects of Arctic and Sub-Arctic History: Proceedings of the International Congress on the History of the Arctic and Sub-Arctic Region, Reykjavik, 18-21 June 1998.  Reykjavik: University of Iceland Press, 2001: 362-372.

Villiers, Alan.  Captain Cook: The Seaman’s Seaman: A Study of the Great Discoverer.  London: Penguin, 2001.  256 p.  (Originally published London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1967.)

Vinson, Donna A.  “The Western Sea: Atlantic History before Columbus.”  Northern Mariner  10, no. 3 (2000): 1-14.

Wace, Nigel.  “The Discovery of Oceanic Islands in the South Atlantic by the Portuguese during the Sixteenth Century.”  Portuguese Studies Review  8, no. 1 (1999-2000): 126-156.

Washburn, Bradford and Peter Cherici.  The Dishonorable Dr. Cook: Debunking the Notorious McKinley Hoax.  Seattle: Mountaineers Books, 2001.  185 p.

Wheeler, Sara.  Cherry: A life of Apsley Cherry-Garrard. London: Jonathan Cape, 2001. New York: Random House, 2002.  353 p. (Member of Scott’s 1910-13 Terra Nova expedition to Antarctica and author of The Worst Journey in the World.)

Williams, Glyn.  Voyages of Delusion: The Search for the North West Passage in the Age of Reason.  London: HarperCollins, 2002.  320 p.

Wilson, John.  John Franklin: Traveller on Undiscovered Seas.  Montreal: XYZ Pub., 2001. 175 p.


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