By: W Gillies Ross
258 pages, B/w photos, illus, maps
Margaret Penny set off in 1857 aboard her husband's ship, the whaler Lady Franklin, and became the first European woman to winter at Baffin Island. Incorporating her journal, the author provides a unique perspective on arctic whaling and the interaction of Inuit with European culture.
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