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ARCTIC EXPLORATION

CONTRADICTING ADMIRAL PEARY.

Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright.

NEW YORK, November 25.

(Received November 26, at 1.35 p.m.)

The M'Millan Expedition, which was despatched to Grokerland, which Peary reported sighting in the Arctic in 1906, reports that it was unable to find a trace of any such land. Knud llaerauasen (the Esquimau) has also notified the Museum of Natural History here that Elmer Ekblau, the geologist with the M'Millan Expedition, has written him denying the existence of anr such land.

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ARCTIC EXPLORATION, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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ARCTIC EXPLORATION Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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