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Contents: This longitudinal study of the history of the exploration of the Arctic basin has a primary emphasis on the search for a Northwest Passage linking the North Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
The Author: Miller Graf is a professor at Bradford College in Massachusetts. He also serves as an adjunct lecturer for Northern Essex Community College, and Lowell University in Massachusetts, as well as for Golden Gate University, California, and Nova University in Florida. A retired USAF officer, his background includes two years of study at McGill University, Canada; a B.A. in Geology from Boston University, Massachusetts; an M.B.A. from the University of Massachusetts; and a D.P.A. from Nova University, Florida. Arctic Journeys combines his interest in geology, passion for history, long experience flying over the region of the Northwest Passage, and several years managing USAF facilities in Greenland.