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Flight of the Highlanders : the making of Canada —McGoogan, Kenneth, 1947- author.

In 'Flight of the Higlanders', Ken McGoogan tells the story of those courageous Scots who, ruthlessly evicted from their ancestral homelands, were sent to Canada in coffin ships, where they would battle hardship, hunger ...

Passage. Searching for the Northwest Passage the story of Sir John Franklin

Cannibalism, vengeance, and a far-reaching cover up by British authorities serve as the lurid highlights of filmmaker John Walker's documentary tracing the adventures of Hudson's Bay Company explorer Dr. John Rae and Bri...

Passage

In 1845, celebrated British explorer Sir John Franklin, along with his crew of 128 men, set sail from England in search of the fabled Northwest Passage. None of them was ever seen again. A search party found no evidence ...

Lady Franklin's revenge a true story of ambition, obsession, and the remaking of Arctic history —McGoogan, Kenneth, 1947-
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2008

Lady Franklin rode a donkey into Nazareth, sailed up the Nile, and beat her way through the Tasmanian bush wearing petticoats. When her husband, Sir John Franklin, disappeared into the Arctic in 1845, she orchestrated a ...

Fatal passage the untold story of John Rae, the Arctic adventurer who discovered the fate of Franklin —McGoogan, Kenneth, 1947-
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2002

In 1854, John Rae, a Scottish immigrant to Canada, led a small expedition across the Boothia Peninsula to map the missing link in the Northwest Passage. This accomplishment, along with his other geographical contribution...

Lady Franklin's revenge a true story of ambition, obsession, and the remaking of Arctic history —McGoogan, Kenneth, 1947-
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2008

Lady Franklin rode a donkey into Nazareth, sailed up the Nile, and beat her way through the Tasmanian bush wearing petticoats. When her husband, Sir John Franklin, disappeared into the Arctic in 1845, she orchestrated a ...

Fatal passage the untold story of John Rae, the Arctic adventurer who discovered the fate of Franklin —McGoogan, Kenneth, 1947-
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2002

In 1854, John Rae, a Scottish immigrant to Canada, led a small expedition across the Boothia Peninsula to map the missing link in the Northwest Passage. This accomplishment, along with his other geographical contribution...

50 Canadians who changed the world —McGoogan, Kenneth, author. 1947-
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2014

Ken McGoogan explores an astonishing array of Canadian activists, humanitarians, visionaries, scientists and inventors, all of whom have made an impact internationally. From Tommy Douglas, Pierre Trudeau, John Kenneth Ga...

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