Being the Record of the Expedition that First Reached the Boreal Center 1907-1909

by Dr. Frederick Albert Cook

From a distance windward we noted a low iceberg gaining on our floe. It aimed directly for us. As the berg passed, it left a line of water behind it. We quickly threw boat and sledge into this, paddled after the berg and reaching it, leaped to its security.

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A wild epic journey by an American physician and two Inuit companions successfully struggle to be the first humans to reach the North Pole. The adventure continues with a year long, perilous, near death journey back to civilization.

The true story concludes with the angry wrath of the establishment, when it is discovered that three men with simple tools accomplished this near impossible feat before a well financed and government backed explorer did.

Listen as Dr. Frederick Albert Cook a respected physician and experienced explorer tells you how he became the first man to reach the North Pole on April 21, 1908.

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Unabridged
18 hours 9 Minutes
1,090 minutes
ISBN 978-0-9857044-5-2
© 2014 Andre F. Stojka, et al.
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