It reminded us of Mrs. Peary's description of native smells in Greenland.
Beautiful with a wild yet scientific beauty was the Peary, but she was not free.
The press and the public were induced to believe that Peary's words came from one who was himself above the shadow of suspicion.
Chanley Beddoes had slain one of them; if only the Peary's crew had not killed more!
If you have read this book, then read Mr. Peary's "North Pole."
These seal-creatures, strange seed of the Arctic ice, had trapped the Peary all too well.
Lieutenant Peary has obtained five years' leave of absence from the Navy Department.
On what ocean did Peary sail on his journey to the North Pole?
Suppose we ask Mr. Peary, in his own language, to describe the final dash to the pole.
On the first and the last of Peary's expeditions, success was marred by tragedy.