File B1993-0050/051(28) - "Arctic, 1918-1950". Manuscripts: Untitled, Discovery of the last land on earth',Some expeditions, participate [sic] and sources for Canadian arctic history, 1935 to 1950', From the discovery of new islands by dog-tem to routine transpolar flying: the great transition in polar travel in Canada, 1936-1949',How was Canada opened to the modern world?', The neglect of recent history of the Canadian Arctic',Notes on some possibilities in the Canadian Arctic'

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"Arctic, 1918-1950". Manuscripts: Untitled, Discovery of the last land on earth',Some expeditions, participate [sic] and sources for Canadian arctic history, 1935 to 1950', From the discovery of new islands by dog-tem to routine transpolar flying: the great transition in polar travel in Canada, 1936-1949',How was Canada opened to the modern world?', The neglect of recent history of the Canadian Arctic',Notes on some possibilities in the Canadian Arctic'

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