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To Greenland's Icy Mountains

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To Greenland's Icy Mountains is the 1968 'junior biography' of Hans Egede, an 18th century Norwegian explorer and missionary. The jacket reads that, 'in 1708', Egede felt a 'compelling urge to go to Greenland in search of the descendants of the tenth century Christians who had once had flourishing settlements there.'

Heinemann, 1968. First Edition.
Hardback with dust-jacket.

Fair condition. Some staining and foxing to pages. Text is clean and all pages are intact. Illustrated throughout with photographs and drawings by the author.

Chapters include 'North of the Circle', 'Strangers in a Strange Land' and 'Greenland Today.'

A wonderful read for those interested in the history of Christianity.

Item details

Author(s):
Eve Garnett
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
8.5" x 5.5"
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
189
Publisher:
William Heinemann
Title:
To Greenland's Icy Mountains

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To Greenland's Icy Mountains is the 1968 'junior biography' of Hans Egede, an 18th century Norwegian explorer and missionary. The jacket reads that, 'in 1708', Egede felt a 'compelling urge to go to Greenland in search of the descendants of the tenth century Christians who had once had flourishing settlements there.'

Heinemann, 1968. First Edition.
Hardback with dust-jacket.

Fair condition. Some staining and foxing to pages. Text is clean and all pages are intact. Illustrated throughout with photographs and drawings by the author.

Chapters include 'North of the Circle', 'Strangers in a Strange Land' and 'Greenland Today.'

A wonderful read for those interested in the history of Christianity.

Author(s):
Eve Garnett
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
8.5" x 5.5"
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
189
Publisher:
William Heinemann
Title:
To Greenland's Icy Mountains

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