From:South Georgia Museum
Name/TitleShard of wood from the "Endurance"
About this objectSmall shard of wood from the "Endurance". Which was used by Sir Ernest Shackleton during the Imperial Trans-Antarctic expedition of 1914. The ship was crused in ice during the expedition.
Medium and MaterialsWood
Inscription and MarksPosition 1: On shard; Method: Felt pen; Content: ENDURANCE
MeasurementsH. 8mm x L. 64mm x W. 13mm
Subject and Association Keywords"ENDURANCE"
Subject and Association KeywordsIMPERIAL TRANS-ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION
Subject and Association KeywordsSIR ERNEST SHACKLETON
Subject and Association DescriptionThis shard of wood come from the "Endurance" which was crused in ice during the Imperial Trans-Antarctic expedition of 1914 which was led by Ernest Shackleton. This is one of the few remains of the ship.
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