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Little America by Richard Evelyn Byrd
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If you're interested in polar exploration then this is probably a good one. Things have, obviously, changed alot since these days. Now, even "Drunkard" magazine had an article about drinking at one of the poles & there's an employment agency that specializes in hiring people for polar jobs. Friends of mine & I applied for some. After reading this bk I incoporated a few of the things I learned into a movie I made called "The Ledger of St Dermain" - wch is a sortof fake polar exploration flick shot in mining tunnels - some of them painted white. Amongst enthusiasts of Hollow Earth theories, rumor has it that Admiral Byrd reported seeing a hole at the pole w/ vegetation in it - theorized to be an entrance to the Hollow Earth. That's one of the reasons why I read this. I didn't find anything like that mentioned here.
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April 23, 2008 – Shelved
April 23, 2008 – Shelved as: geography

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