George Rockwell Putnam worked for the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. He accompanied Admiral Peary to Greenland in 1896, traveled to the Pribilof Islands in 1897 as part of a group researching seal harvests, and served on Yukon Delta surveying...
Ms. Relief shown pictorially. Mounted on paper with missing neat lines and borders redrawn. Drawn by J. C. White. Shows Western Union Telegraph line from West Road River to Fort Stager and along the Collins River.
Shows proposed route of telegraph line from Siberia to Alaska. Includes distances table. Relief shown by shading. Annotated inside front cover. "Compiled from the latest and most reliable Russian, British, and American authorities."
Title taken from caption. Five men stand in front of a tent in Greenland. An American flag is attached to the top. The man in the center is identified as George Rockwell Putnam. One of the other men is Professor Alfred E. Burton of the...
Title taken from caption. Group portrait of six men aboard the S. S. Hope, including Professor Alfred E. Burton of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology en route to Greenland on Peary's 1896 expedition.
Title taken from caption. View of men in front of a tent, part of a group led by Professor Alfred E. Burton, from Peary's 1896 expedition to Greenland. One of the men in the image is identified as George Rockwell Putnam, possibly the one kneeling.
Title page in British atlas: maps and charts accompanying the Case of Great Britain, by the Alaskan Boundary Tribunal, and published by the United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1904.