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The early history of Peter I Island

  • Rip Bulkeley (a1)
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None of the logbooks or officers’ journals of the 1819–1821 Russian Antarctic expedition, commanded by Junior Captain Faddei Faddeyevich Bellingshausen, have yet been found. The discovery of Peter I Island was recorded in two reports from the commander, on Sheet 13 of a 15-sheet track chart of the expedition which he prepared during the voyage home (Belov 1963: 32), in his subsequent book (Bellinsgauzen 1831), and in narratives penned by four other eye-witnesses.

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Key: SARN = State Archives of the Russian Navy, St Petersburg; F = Fond; O = Opis’ (series); D = Delo (piece or folder); l = list (folio); o = oborotnoye (verso).
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Bellinsgauzen, F.F. 1821a. Report to the Minister of Marine, 17 March 1821. Rio de Janeiro. SARN F-166 O-1 D-660b ll. 352–353o.
Bellinsgauzen, F.F. 1821b. Table of discoveries enclosed with 1821c below. SARN F-203 O-1 D-826 ll 16–18o.
Bellinsgauzen, F.F. 1821c. Report to the Minister of Marine, 5 August 1821. Kronstadt. SARN F-203 O-1 D-826 ll 1–15o.
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