Northward: Peary’s 1908-09 Expedition

It was smooth ice

Fourteen below this morning and two now. The Capt. said he left the Com. the first day of April as near as he could go to his diary, he was one day behind in his recovering when he got to the ship. He went on five marches after Marvin left and was held up two days by open water and was 17 days coming back to the land. Was held up 3 or 4 days by open water. Coming back, said it was smooth ice and some days he made as much as 30 nautical miles. The Bar. is 30.09 tonight falling a little.      

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