These textual materials are held by the University of Saskatchewan Library.
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Canada. Department of Marine and Fisheries. Report of the Expedition to Hudson Bay and Cumberland Gulf in the Steamship “Diana” under the Command of William Wakeham, Marine and Fisheries Canada in the year 1897. Ottawa: S.E. Dawson, 1898.

Canada. Department of the Interior. Mining Lands and Yukon Branch. The Yukon Territory: its history and resources. Ottawa: [Government Printing Bureau], 1916.

Crean, Frank J.P. New Northwest Exploration: report of exploration by Frank J. P. Crean, C.E. in Saskatchewan and Alberta, north of the surveyed area, seasons of 1908 & 1909. Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, 1910.

Crean, Frank J.P. Northland Exploration: Report of exploration by Frank J.P. Crean, C.E. in Saskatchewan between the Saskatchewan and Churchill Rivers, season of 1908. Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, 1909.

Curwood, James Oliver. The Gold Hunters: a story of life and adventure in the Hudson Bay wilds. New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1909.

Fear, F.J. (ed.). The Call of the Northland. Winnipeg: Kingdom Print Co., 19--?,

Feild, Edward. A Visit to Labrador in the autumn of MDCCCXLVIII. London: Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, 1859.

Government of Ontario. North western Ontario: its boundaries, resources and communications. Toronto: Hunter, Rose & Company, 1879.

Great Britain. An Act for giving a publick Reward unto such Person or Persons, being His Majesty’s Subject or Subjects, as shall discover a Northern Passage for Vessels by Sea, between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans; and also unto such as shall first approach by Sea within One Degree of the Northern Pole. London : Charles Eyre and William Strahan, 1776.

Great Britain. An Act for more effectually discovering the Longitude at Sea, and encouraging Attempts to find a Northern Passage between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, and to approach the Northern Pole. George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, 1818.

Grenfell Association of Great Britain & Ireland. [Labrador] Album. London: Grenfell Association of Great Britain & Ireland, 192-?.

Hearne, Samuel. A journey from Prince of Wales’s Fort in Hudson’s Bay to the northern ocean, undertaken by order of the Hudson’s Bay Company for the discovery of copper mines, a north west passage, &c. in the years 1769, 1770, 1771 & 1772. London: A. Strahan and T. Cadell, 1795.

Kane, Elisha Kent. Access to an Open Polar Sea in Connection with the Search after Sir John Franklin and His Companions. New York: Baker, Godwin, 1853

McArthur, Alexander. A Prairie Tragedy: the fate of Thomas Simpson, the Arctic Explorer. Winnipeg: G.C. Mortimore, 1887.

McClure, Robert John Le Mesurier Sir. The north-west passage: Capt. M’Clure’s despatches from Her Majesty’s discovery ship, “Investigator,” off Point Warren and Cape Bathurst. London: J. Betts, 1853.

Roland, Walpole. Algoma West: its mines, scenery and industrial resources. Toronto: Warwick, 1887.

Ross, Sir John. Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage and of a Residence in the Arctic Regions during the years 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833. London: A.W. Webster, 1835 | vol. 1 | vol. 2 (Appendix)

Taylor, Zachary. Message from the President of the United States communicating copies of a correspondence with the Lady of Sir John Franklin, relative to the expedition to the arctic regions under the command of her husband, January 4, 1850. Washington: US GPO, [1850].

Tyrrell, J.W. Across the Sub-Arctics of Canada : a journey of 3,200 miles by canoe and snowshoe through the barren lands. Toronto: William Briggs, 1897.

Verne, Jules. The Fur Country; or, Seventy Degrees North Latitude = Les pays de fourrures. New York: W.L. Allison, [1873].

Williamson, Robert G. and Terrence W. Foster. Eskimo Relocation in Canada. Saskatoon: Institute for Northern Studies, [1975].

Ephemera and Articles:

Canadian Illustrated News. Clippings from:

“The Arctic Expedition” (circa 1877) illustrating “the ‘Alert’ hoisting colours at the highest latitude attained by any ship on record” and “A funeral in the ice;”

“Sketch map showing the Arctic regions where Stefansson expects to find white Esquimos and new land upon which to plant the Canadian flag” (circa 1905);

“Map showing the route of the north pole expedition” (25 November, 1876).

“The Grand Falls of Labrador.” The Century Magazine v. XLIV, n. 5, September 1892.

Grove, Frederick Philip. Covers from:

Fruits of the Earth.

In Search of Myself.

The Turn of the Year.

“Labrador. First Paper.” Harper's New Monthly Magazine, v. LXXI, n. CCCCXXIV, September 1885.

“Labrador. Second Paper.” Harper's New Monthly Magazine, v. LXXI, n. CCCCXXV, October 1885.

Mawdsley, J.B. Address on “Inhabitants of Northern Saskatchewan,”, nd.

The Times. Clippings from:

“The Arctic Expedition” by James C. Ross, 17 November 1849

Letter to the Editor re: Sir J. Franklin by ‘An Observer,’ 1 January 1850.