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George T. Andrew
George T. Andrew was an engraver active during the 1880s. Among
his works were a series of very fine engravings (at least some
of them woodcuts) that illustrated the two volumes of "The
Voyage of the Jeannette", edited by Emma DeLong and published
This page provides links to photographs of engravings by
George T. Andrew.
- Photo # NH 52001:
entering the Ice, September 1879.
- Photo # NH 92120:
Jeannette Expedition members returning from an Arctic
bear hunt, 1880.
- Photo # NH 92119:
Fight among the Jeannette Expedition's dogs, circa early
- Photo # NH 52000:
The sinking of the Jeannette, June 1881.
- Photo # NH 52002:
The Jeannette's men dragging their boats over the ice,
- Photo # NH 92136:
The Jeannette's men landing on Bennett Island, 29 July
- Photo # NH 92141:
The Jeannette's boats separate in an Arctic gale, September
- Photo # NH 92142:
Lieutenant Commander George
DeLong and his men wading ashore on the Lena Delta, Siberia,
- Photo # NH 92143:
F.C. Nindemann and Louis
P. Noros trudging through the Siberian wastes, October 1881.
- Photo # NH 92153:
Chief Engineer George
W. Melville discovers the bodies of Lieutenant Commander
George W. DeLong and his companions, March 1882.
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