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Bradford's Journey

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The Arctic Regions was printed in London in 1873 in a limited edition of three hundred copies. Like other Arctic travelogues of the period, Bradford's account combines sober scientific observation with romantic hyperbole. The book's 141 original albumen photographs, however, set The Arctic Regions apart from other accounts, which were often illustrated with engravings. Dunmore and Critcherson's photographs were welcomed as testament to the alienness of the Arctic scene. Hence, The Art Journal of London claimed that The Arctic Regions would "form the most instructive work on the frozen seas that has ever appeared."



 
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