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Fridtjof Nansen, Eva and Liv Islands

 

Start: 2015

Case story: On this page I will collect more info, maps, letters and drawings about Eva and Liv Islands and Fridtjof Nansen's missions on his journeys in the polar areas.

Short text

Photo of the first land – Eva's Island – Nansen came to on the way back from the polar ice journey.

Nansen's map of his journey and the newly discovered islands, back in the days1895-96.

Nansen's story and foot note about the name giving of the two first islands they met when coming back from the ice (in Norwegian).

 

Foot note translation: 1) The first island I named Eva's Island and the second Liv's Islnad and the the little one we went up on (to the top for a view) I named Adelaide's Island. The fourth island, southward was perhaps already named by Payer and by him named Freeden Island (The Peace Island). The group of island I named Heidtenland.

Map 2010. Creative Commons By Oona Räisänen (Mysid)