Other Blogs & Websites
This is an overview of blogs and websites that are out there talking about historical polar exploration. This list will likely forever be a work in progress. Arctonauts does not comment on the accuracy of the listed blogs and sites, but recommends everyone use their own common sense!
A cooperation between Parks Canada, various universities and institutes, this site contains various types of informations and some primary sources.
The history page of Cool Antarctic, which provides a timeline for Antarctic Exploration and information on a large variety of Expeditions and their crews.
A website that documents the original research done by Alexander K. about Francis Crozier.
A website about James Fitzjames, commander on the HMS Erebus during the Franklin Expedition, run by Fabiënne Tetteroo.
A website about the 1914-17 Endurance Expedition under Ernest Shackleton.
A second website about Francis Crozier with even more original research.
A blog detailing Matthew Betts’ adventure into building an accurate scale model of the HMS Terror.
A blog run by Peter Carney about his research into the Franklin Expedition.
A blog run by Alison Freebairn who has written about Robert A. Goodsir and various 1850s searches for Sir John Franklin.
A blog run by Logan Zachary that focuses on the Franklin Expedition. Subjects often concern various Franklin expedition relics and early photography on the searches.
A blog run by Russell Potter that digs into the Franklin Expedition, the crew and related searches for the expedition. Attached to Arctic Book Review.
Mental Floss Presents: The Quest for the North Pole is a podcast that goes through the history of Arctic exploration.
A broader podcast on history, science and exploration hosted by Michael Robinson.