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Birth:Feb 15 1874
Death:Jan 5 1922
Name:Ernest Henry Shackleton
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Text:"... 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 the Shackleton was named lost his own ship..."
Date:Nov 30 1957
Publication:Tucson, Arizona, United States of America
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Text:"... single into short seph L. 48, pointed them out as fellow It was the story of O'Keefe - When the English explorer ErnestHenryShackleton's ship who had confessed to the was crushed In Antarctic ice during..."
Date:Oct 8 1956
Publication:Bradford, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... Hope Mary Martin Victor Borga Jane Wyman and Mel Torme are among those sharing their ries of Crosby O SHACKLETON Though ErnestHenryShackleton participated in Robert F British National An- the two..."
Date:Sep 17 1988
Publication:Monessen, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... Atlantic and was headed Uruguay Cove on Laurie Island one of the Orkneys The ship's message said now at Uruguay Cove Dumping carbo Got boats out Please stand by The ares is the same in which Sir ErnestHenry..."
Date:Nov 30 1957
Publication:Holland, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"... Bridge by walking over the top girders 400 feet up and In 1914, he wrote to Sir ErnestHenryShackleton for a place on his Imperial Trans-Antarctic The navy refused him leave and said he could resign his..."
Date:June 29 1968
Publication:Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:"... preserving treasured When the English explorer Sir ErnestHenryShackleton's ship was crushed in Antartic ice ing voyages begun in 1914, father i aws rescued a calling it mental During banjo even penguins had..."
Date:Aug 24 1956
Publication:Deming, New Mexico, United States of America
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Text:"... On the tomb of Captain 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 the merchant service and went South with Scott..."
Date:Nov 30 1930
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... reach the South W. A. A. Irish Sir ErnestHenryShackleton was leader of the British Antarctic ex- which came within 97 miles of the South Pole in 1909. Violent storms and a food age forced the parry..."
Date:Dec 24 1960
Publication:Lima, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...'s poem To strive to seek to and not to yield Sir ErnestHenryShackleton born In 1874 entered the merchant service and went South with Scott's tion in 1901 but was forced to return on account of ill health..."
Date:Nov 29 1930
Publication:Hamilton, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... treasured folk songs When the English explorer Sir ErnestHenryShackleton's ship was crushed in Antarctic ice during voyages begun in j 1914 he rescued a banjo calling it a vital mental medicine During banjo..."
Date:Dec 6 1956
Publication:Emmetsburg, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... five states reported no high way fatalities Delaware Idaho New Hampshire and Rhode Island plus the District of Columbia ErnestHenryShackleton for whom the Shackleton was named lost his own ship..."
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:"... The ship was named after Sir ErnestHenryShackleton an most legendary British Antarctic explorer Ironically Shackleton's ship the Endurance was frozen in an ice pack off the coast in 1915 far from where..."
Date:Dec 1 1957
Publication:Anderson, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... and the Generations of thers have taught sons to strum thus preserving ured folk When the English explorer Sir ErnestHenryShackleton's ship was crushed ice during voyages begun in 1914; he rescued a ing it a mental..."
Date:Aug 25 1956
Publication:Mansfield, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... explorer Sir ErnestHenryShackleton's ship was crushed in Antarctic ice during voyages begun in 1914, he rescued a calling it a mental During banjo even penguins had seemed to enjoy Irish jigs..."
Date:Sep 4 1956
Publication:Sandusky, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... ; Mr. ErnestHenryShackleton (lat^î Royal Xaval Reserve). To b© Members of the Fourth (.Tia«s : Major Pomeroy Holland-Pryor, 13th puke of Connaught’s Lancers (Watson’s Horrn'V, in charge of his Majesty..."
Date:July 17 1909
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... expedition get In Irishborn Sir ErnestHenryShackleton 18741922 was leader of a British Antarctic expedition which came within 97 miles of the South Violent storms and shortage of food forced the party..."
Date:July 3 1964
Publication:Eau Claire, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...A Shadow in the Snows For a man who so much ErnestHenryShackleton who was born 100 years ago this month was a bitter pointment to himself He was a giant among polar ex- when there were none..."
Date:Feb 17 1974
Publication:Charleston, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... moved: That Lieutenant ErnestHenryShackleton, being- aaso-. ciated -with this Borough by long residence and having distinguished himself by signal public service to the British Empire and thô World..."
Date:July 2 1909
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... ballot Hamiltons previous estimate was a minimum of 20 or 23 delegates for the first ballot Claims Widow Of Famous Explorer LONDON June 9 Lady Shackleton widow of Sir ErnestHenryShackleton the famous ex..."
Date:June 10 1936
Publication:Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America
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