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Treasure of the Arctic
American, British, and Russian Expeditions, Accomplished or Planned, Survey Means of Utilizing Vast Stores of Fuels and Precious Metals in Icebound Areas
The Christian Science Monitor (1908-Current file) - Boston, Mass.
Author: By D.M. Edwards
Date: Jul 27, 1938
Start Page: WM4
Pages: 1
Section: Women Today
Abstract (Document Summary)

REPORTED DISCOVERY of land in the vast unexplored area of the Arctic --an expanse of approximately

1,000,000 square miles--and the further report from Washington that the United States will make an examination of the territory in the near future for the purpose of claiming the land, again focuses...

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