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Forging paths through uncharted areas. Quests for lost cities of gold. Races to the ends of the earth. Thrill-seekers have chased adventure and the promise of fame and fortune for ages. But if history has shown us anything, it’s that these journeys can take a fatal turn. Through the gripping, full-color graphic format, Deadly Expeditions transports readers back in time to follow legendary explorers and see if they survived to tell their tales.
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In 1910, Sir Robert Falcon Scott led a team of Englishmen racing to be the first people to reach the South Pole. Amidst frigid temperatures and raging winds, ...
In 1921, Inupait seamstress Ada Blackjack joined a a group of four white men who wanted to establish a trading post on Wrangel Island in the freezing Arctic ...
Percy Fawcett was a mapmaker and an adventurer. In the early 1900s, he spent years mapping out the jungles of South America. Fawcett became obsessed with the ...
In 1881, U.S. Army Lieutenant Adolphus Greely and his crew set sail for the Arctic. Their mission was to collect scientific data on the polar climate. They ...
English explorer Henry Hudson had long searched for a quicker, northern sailing route from Europe to Asia. Three previous expeditions had failed. In 1610, he ...
On May 6, 1996, dozens of excited climbers set off to scale Mount Everest and reach the tallest point on Earth. On the morning of May 10, the skies were clear.
In the spring of 1846, the Donner and Reed families joined a wagon train bound for California in hopes of a better life. But when the party took an untested ...
In 1845, Sir John Franklin commanded two ships on an expedition to find a Northwest Passage from England through the Arctic and over to Asia. If successful, ...
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