Books on CD-ROM by the CD-Academia Book Company. Images, illustrations and timelines of the XIXth Century expeditions to the Arctic.
Article on Arctic colonization and the introduction of new diseases such as measles, smallpox, and influenza in the early 1900s.
Short history of the origins of Arctic's the major anthropological groups such as the Inuit, Aleuts, Athabascans, and Northwest Coast Indians.
History of the Arctic expedition of Englishman Martin Frobisher, the first contacts between Inuit and Europeans, the search search for a Northwest Passage, the first mining venture in Canada, and the earliest English efforts to establish a colony in North America.
The dispersion of European culture from the Norwegian coast to the Barents Sea and the Baltic.
A museum on Arctic explorers Robert E. Peary and Donald B. MacMillan. Includes collections on polar exploration gear, natural history specimens, and artifacts and drawings made by Inuit and Indians of North America.
History of the people, wildlife, and land of the Tundra, Arctic, coastal, and interior regions of Alaska from the American National Park Service. Includes a bibliography of print resources on the topic.
History, oral traditions, archaeological research, and vignettes of life and society of the peoples of the Canadian Arctic. Includes searchable database of photos, sounds, place names, and documents.
Extensive resources on Franklin, his ill-fated last expedition, and the cultural history of exploration.
Includes information about the Paleo-Eskimos, the Dorset period, and the Thule culture.