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Government Printing Office, Washington. Treasury Document No. 2101 1st Edition 1899. Following the suggestion of the US Chamber of Commerce and the people of San Francisco the United States the President William McKinley despatched the US Navy Revenue Cutter 'Bear' and a volunteer crew to rescue eight American whaling ships and crews, nearing starvation, who had become trapped in the Alaskan ice near to Point Barrow. Despite the difficulties involved the 'Bear' managed to returned home ten months later with four of the whaling crews, with no loss to its own compliment of men. Very large folding coloured map with inland tracks and sailing tracks of the vessel. 68 photographic plates including a portrait of President William McKinley. Blue mock leather end boards. Fine condition. 144pp text. 234 x 146mm