5 edition of The journal of Lady Jane Franklin at the Cape of Good Hope, November 1836 found in the catalog.
The journal of Lady Jane Franklin at the Cape of Good Hope, November 1836
Franklin, Jane Griffin Lady
|Other titles||Keeping up the character.|
|Statement||edited, annotated, and introduced by Brian and Nancy Warner.|
|Contributions||Warner, Brian., Warner, Nancy., Scott Polar Research Institute.|
|LC Classifications||DT848.C54 F73 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||76 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||76|
|LC Control Number||86110454|
Select Bibliography. Historical Records of Australia, series 1, v 18, 20, series 3, vols ; W. A. Newman, John Montagu (Cape Town, ) K. Fitzpatrick, Sir John Franklin in Tasmania (Melb, ) M. C. L. Levy, Governor George Arthur (Melb, ) A. G. L. Shaw, ‘The Origins of the Probation System in Van Diemen's Land’, Historical Studies, Australia and New Zealand, vol. Born in London in , Jane was the daughter of silk weaver John Griffin and Mary Guillemard. Her mother died when Jane was three years old, resulting in a boarding school education for her and her two sisters. In , she became close friends with a poet named Elenor Anne Porden, who married the Arctic explorer John Franklin.
Letter to Silas Burrows, New York, from Lady Jane Franklin, London, Novem Letter to Commander E.J. De Haven and S.P. Grif fin dated from SilasAuthor: Douglas Wamsley. [v. 1] Journal, [v. 2] Letters received, [v. 3] Letters despatched, [v. 4] The defence of Willem Adriaan van der Stel[v.
Jane Franklin correspondence. Scope and content. MS /;BJ Letter book, 28 November to 25 January [Letters copied by Sophia Cracroft] 1 volume MS /;BJ Letter book, 23 November to 10 January [Written and received, regarding final search expedition] copies, 1 volume holograph Jane, Lady Franklin. “Book of Ages is the name of Lepore’s extraordinary new book about Jane Franklin, but to call it simply a biography would be like calling Ben’s experiments with electricity mere kite end product is thrilling—an example of how a gifted scholar and writer can lift the obscure out of silence. In so doing, Lepore enriches our /5(4).
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Dick. Sturgis, James, ‘Anglicisation at the Cape of Good Hope in the early nineteenth century’, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 11 (), 5–Author: Zoe Laidlaw.
Franklin, Lady Jane, The journal of Lady Jane Franklin at the Cape of Good Hope, Novemberkeeping up the character, ed. Brian and Nancy Warner (Cape Town, ). Franklin, Sir John and Lady Jane, Some Private correspondence of Sir John and Lady Jane Franklin (Tasmania, –), ed.
George Mackaness (2 vols, Sydney, ). 56 Franklin, Lady Jane. THE JOURNAL OF LADY JANE FRANKLIN AT THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE: November edited, annotated and introduced by Brian and Nancy Warner.
Cape Town: Friends of the S.A. Library, 76 p. Paperback. As affecting the fate of my absent husband: selected letters of Lady Franklin concerning the search for the lost Franklin expedition, The journal of Lady Jane Franklin at the Cape of Good Hope, November keeping up the character: Lady Franklin's revenge, [Letter to the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, Ap ]: A letter to Viscount Palmerston, K.G: The life, diaries.
Journal of a Voyage, in andto Madras and China: Returning by the cape of Good Hope and St. Helena; in the H. the Hope, Capt. James Pendergrass [Wathen, James] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Journal of a Voyage, in andto Madras and China: Returning by the cape of Good Hope and St.
Helena; in the H. the Hope5/5(1). The journal of Lady Jane Franklin at the Cape of Good Hope, November Keeping up the character by Jane Griffin Franklin | 1 Jan Paperback.
Franklin, Jane (–)English social reformer and traveler who gained international fame for her relentless efforts to locate and rescue her husband's ill-fated Arctic expedition.
Name variations: Lady Jane Franklin. Source for information on Franklin, Jane (–): Women in World History: A Biographical Encyclopedia dictionary. The historical linkage between the Tasmanian Aboriginal Genocide and famous British novelist, albeit genocidal racist, Charles Dickens, is via the humane and liberal Lady Jane Franklin, wife of Sir.
34 Franklin, Lady Jane. THE JOURNAL OF LADY JANE FRANKLIN AT THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE: Novemberkeeping up the character; edited, annotated and introduced by Brian and Nancy Warner. Cape Town: Friends of the S.A. Library, 76 p.
Paperback. Lady Franklin was the strongest advocate for sending out search parties, and financed several such expeditions herself. Lady Franklin was a great traveler in her own right. During Lady Jane Franklin is known primarily for being the wife of Sir John Franklin, the polar explorer whose third and final expedition to find the Northwest Passage ended with the loss of both his ships and all of his men.4/5.
The Life, Diaries and Correspondence of Jane Lady Franklin Jane Franklin. Macdonald, Limited, Preview this book Diaries and Correspondence of Jane Lady Franklin – Jane Griffin Franklin Limited preview - Postscript: Since the original publication of this book a number of items on Jane Franklin’s time in Australia have appeared, most notably Penny Russell, This Errant Lady – Jane Franklin’s Overland Journey to Port Phillip and Sydney,National Library of Australia,p.
James Ewart's Journal Covering His Stay at the Cape of Good Hope () & His Part in the Expedition to Florida and New Orleans (). James Ewart C. Struik, - Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) - pages.
Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Vols. published by the South African Library [v. 1] Journal, [v. 2] Letters received, [v. 3] Letters despatched, [v.
4] The defence of Willem Adriaan van der Stel[v. ] Riebeeck's journal, &c., pt. Dec. May [v. ] Letters and documents received, Pages: Diary of Lady Jane Franklin, Apr.
3 - Aug. 19 [manuscript] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. At heart, this book reads like a well-researched biography, but it is more than the story of Jane Franklin, it also represents in many ways the lives of women who toiled, sacrificed, and served no less than their male counterpoints in the making of America.8/ South African Genealogy Look-Up Page.
This page has been added to the site following numerous requests made to the South-Africa-L genealogy list, to provide a resource, detailing the books and reference works owned by various subscribers, who have indicated a willingness to do lookups for anyone needing such a service.
The journal of Lady Jane Franklin at the Cape of Good Hope, November (1st Edition) Keeping up the character by Brian Warner, Nancy Warner Paperback, 76 Pages, Published by Friends Of The S.A.
Library ISBNISBN:. Journal of a Voyage, in andto Madras and China. Returning by the cape of Good Hope and St. Helena; in the H. C. S. the Hope, Capt. James Pendergrass [James Wathen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Journal of a Voyage, in andto Madras and China.
Returning by the cape of Good Hope and St. Helena; in the H. C. S. the HopeCited by: 1. The subtitle of Book of Ages, The Life and Opinions of Jane Franklin, is what drew me to request this book.
Jane was Benjamin Franklin's youngest sister, and as they were close in age they were also close in spirit. This, however, is a cautionary tale about the differences between them, not in intelligence, but in opportunities/5.This errant lady: Jane Franklin's overland journey to Port Phillip and Sydney, Bibliography Includes index.
ISBN 0 I. Franklin, fane, Ladv Diaries, 2. Franklin, Jane, Ladv, Journeys Victoria 3. Franklin., Jane, Lady, Journeys New South Wales.
4. Governors' spouses Tasmania Diaries. 5. Victoria.