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Birth:Feb 15 1874
Death:Jan 5 1922
Name:Ernest Henry Shackleton
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Text:"... Americans. 1926. p. 220-233.) 920-L411. Sir ErnestHenryShackleton, 1874-1922. British explorer. The Heart of the Antarctic; Being the Story of' the British Ant-,arctic Expedition, 19VT-1009. By E. H..."
Date:Feb 2 1929
Publication:Hammond, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... on Laurie Island one of the Orkneys The ships latest message said Now at Uruguay Cove Dumping cargo Got boats out Please stand by The area is the same in which Sir ErnestHenryShackleton for whom..."
Date:Nov 30 1957
Publication:Tucson, Arizona, United States of America
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Text:".... It was the story of O'Keefe - When the English explorer Sir, ErnestHenryShackleton's ship � who aIready had confessed to the was crushed In Antarctic ice during voyages begun in 1914, he rescued a banjo..."
Date:Oct 8 1956
Publication:Bradford, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... at Uruguay Cove. Dumping carbo. Got boats out. Please stand by." The ares is the same in which Sir ErnestHenryShackleton. for whom the Shackleton was names, lost his own ship the Endurance in an ice oack ia..."
Date:Nov 30 1957
Publication:Holland, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:".... Sir ErnestHenryShackleton, the British ex- plorer who got within 111 miles of south pole a year ago in January, and who recently was knighted for his work in the arctic regions, arrived from Europe..."
Date:Apr 13 1910
Publication:Stevens Point, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:".... Jane Wyman and Mel Torme are among those sharing their memo- ries of Blng Crosby. O SHACKLETON Though ErnestHenryShackleton participated in Robert F. Scon's British National An- tarctic the two..."
Date:Sep 17 1988
Publication:Monessen, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... genuine courage. Once he crossed the Forth Bridge by walking over the top girders 400 feet up and two'feet wide. In 1914, he wrote to Sir ErnestHenryShackleton for a place on his Imperial Trans..."
Date:June 29 1968
Publication:Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:"...- linas. Generations of have taught sons to strum thus preserving treasured foflc songs. When the English explorer Sir ErnestHenryShackleton's ship was crushed in Antartic ice dur- ing voyages begun..."
Date:Aug 24 1956
Publication:Deming, New Mexico, United States of America
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Text:"... to mankind for cen- turies to come. On the tomb of Captain Scstt was placed the last line of Tennyson's poem, To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield. Sir ErnestHenryShackleton, born In 1874. entered..."
Date:Nov 30 1930
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... boats out. Pleasa stand by." The area is the same in which Sir ErnestHenryShackleton, for whom the Shackleton was named, lost his own ship, The Endurance, in an ice pack in February, 1915..."
Date:Nov 30 1957
Publication:Oxnard, California, United States of America
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Text:"... reach the South Pole? W. A. A. Irish born- Sir ErnestHenryShackleton (1874-1922) was leader of the British Antarctic ex- jedition which came within 97 miles of the South Pole in 1909. Violent storms..."
Date:Dec 24 1960
Publication:Lima, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... for centuries to come. On the tomb of Captain Scott was placed the last line of Tennyson's poem. To strive, to seek, to flnd, and not to yield. Sir ErnestHenryShackleton, born In 1874, entered the merchant..."
Date:Nov 29 1930
Publication:Hamilton, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...'t the wind blowing him about!'" ELLS OF SOUTH Potfe TftlP Lieut. Shaokleton, Who Got Within 111 Miles, 8ays Soarolty of Pood Stopped Him. Washington. - Lieut. Sir ErnestHenryShackleton, the -British explorer..."
Date:Apr 22 1910
Publication:Sallisaw, Oklahoma, United States of America
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Text:"...-e Carolinas. Generations of father? have taught sons to strum away, thus preserving treasured folk songs. When the English explorer Sir ErnestHenryShackleton's ship was crushed in Antarctic ice during voyages..."
Date:Dec 6 1956
Publication:Emmetsburg, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... York 17 Illinois and Florida 11 Kentucky andJVIissouri10 eachl Only five states reported no high way fatalities Delaware Idaho New Hampshire and Rhode Island plus the District of Columbia ErnestHenry..."
Publication:Kalispell, Montana, United States of America
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Text:"..., Says Scarcity of Food Stopped Him. Washington. — Lieut. Sir ErnestHenryShackleton, the British ex- ! plorer who got within 111 miles of the j south pole a year ago in January, and 1 who recently..."
Date:Apr 23 1910
Publication:Delphi, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... away. The Argentine naval transport Babia Aguirro was 400 miles away and steaming for the scene. The ship was named after Sir ErnestHenryShackleton, an al- most legendary British Antarctic explorer..."
Date:Dec 1 1957
Publication:Anderson, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... in the mountains of Kentucky, Virginia and the Carolinas. Generations of fa- thers have taught sons to strum away, thus preserving treas- ured folk songs. When the English explorer Sir ErnestHenryShackleton's ship..."
Date:Aug 25 1956
Publication:Mansfield, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... iit recognition of her husband's achievement. ;Lady Shackleton'i death recalls lie tragedy of her famous husband, Sir ErnestHenryShackleton, who died on January 5, 1922, on board the steamship Quest..."
Date:June 15 1936
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
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Text:"... cargo. Got boats out. Please stand by." Tho area is the same, in which Sir Ernest-HenryShackleton, for Keep Christ in Christmas Fire at Kalkaska KALKASKA Fire caused be- j tween damage to the homo of Roy..."
Date:Nov 30 1957
Publication:Traverse City, Michigan, United States of America
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