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History of Antarctica - Wikipedia


For the natural history of the Antarctic continent, see Antarctica. The history of Antarctica emerges from early Western theories of a vast continent, known as Terra ...

Antarctic History - Antarctica Online


On January 17, 1773, at about 40°E longitude, he made the first crossing of the Antarctic Circle in history. At 67°15'S, the ice pack forced them north again, ...

History - Cool Antarctica

www.coolantarctica.com/Antarctica fact file/History/exploration-history.php

Antarctica history, Timeline of key events in the , exploration and discovery.

A Brief History of Antarctica - A World History Encyclopedia


Although it is now a frozen wilderness Antarctica was once much further north and it had a tropical or semi-tropical climate. Forests grew there and life flourished.

History of Antarctica - Lonely Planet Travel Information


History of Antarctica, experience the modern and ancient historic past events, people and governments of Antarctica - Lonely Planet.

Antarctica Timeline | TIME For Kids


Antarctica Timeline. Travel through our timeline of major events in Antarctica's History. 400 B.C.. 400 B.C.. Ancient Greeks suggest that a southern continent ...

Antarctic Time Line of Discovery - South-Pole.com


An Antarctic Time Line : 1519 - 1959 ... the Antarctic mainland, not to mention the subantarctic islands. Only historical events of major importance are listed here.

Antarctica: History of Exploration - Infoplease


History of Exploration Early Expeditions Although there was for centuries a ... Four naval exploring expeditions visited Antarctica in the first half of the 19th cent.

Australian Antarctic history — Australian Antarctic Division


May 19, 2009 ... The film footage below was taken by Frank Hurley on the 1911–1914 Australasian Antarctic Expedition led by Douglas Mawson and includes ...

Antarctica - History | continent | Britannica.com


Oct 28, 2016 ... A great many nations, large and small, played important roles in the discovery and exploration of Antarctica. Who first saw the continent is ...