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Perilous position of HMS 'Terror', Captain Back, in the arctic regions in the summer of 1837
This shows an episode during Captain George Back's voyage in the 'Terror' in the Arctic regions during 1836-1837. It was his last expedition to find a sea route from Hudson's Bay to the Polar Sea, tracing the coast of the Polar Sea between Repulse Bay and Turnagain Point, the farthest point reached by Franklin on his first overland expedition.
- Image reference: BHC3655
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London