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Bering Bridge: The Soviet-American Expedition from Siberia to Alaska

Schurke, Paul

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ISBN 10: 0938586319 / ISBN 13: 9780938586319
Published by Pfeifer-Hamilton, Duluth, 1989
Condition: Fi ne Hardcover
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Signed by the author, title page. 227 pages, b/w photos, appendix; 8vo, blue cloth. Fine in a very good dust jacket, small chip spine, flap clipped. Bookseller Inventory # 021095

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Title: Bering Bridge: The Soviet-American ...

Publisher: Pfeifer-Hamilton, Duluth

Publication Date: 1989

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Fi ne

Dust Jacket Condition: Ver y Good

Signed: Signed by Author

Edition: First Printing.

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Describes the experiences of a team of twelve men and women, six Russian and six American, as they travel one thousand miles across Arctic tundra and Arctic waters

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YA --Written in an informal style, this Arctic trek reads like a novel, and even includes a bit of complicated international romance. Schurke recounts the experiences of the Bering Bridge expedition during March-May, 1989. Through his persistence as co-leader, 12 Soviet and American adventurers, including three Eskimos and three Chukchis, visited a string of remote Siberian villages, crossed the International Date Line, and continued the journey to native towns in Alaska. The group encountered red tape (the Bering Strait had been closed to travel in either direction since 1948), fierce weather, and team rivalries, but Schurke never gave up his dream uniting the people of two continents. The expedition received warm welcomes on both sides of the Strait, united native team members with distant relatives, and helped East-West relations. In April 1989, the governors of Siberia and Alaska signed a protocol requesting their governments to open the border to travel by native peoples. In September 1989 this became a reality. A story of high adventure by dogsled, skis, and skin boat. --Mary Gerrity, Queen Anne School, Upper Marlboro, MD
Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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