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by Alonzo William Pond

Author: Alonzo William Pond
Subcategory: Asia
Language: English
Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap; Library Edition edition (1972)
Pages: 212 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.2
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Andrews: Gobi Explorer. I read this book because it was about the Gobi Desert. It was interesting and well written.

Andrews: Gobi Explorer. by. Alonzo William Pond.

Roy Chapman Andrews was never much of a scholar, and anyone who looked at his high .

Roy Chapman Andrews was never much of a scholar, and anyone who looked at his high school report card might have foretold an undistinguished future. Before Andrews abandoned the Gobi in 1932 because of mounting anti-imperialism by the Chinese, the desert yielded to him a wealth of fossils: the first-ever protoceratops, oviraptor as well as the velociraptor and the modern world's first glimpse of dinosaur eggs. Roy Chapman Andrews left quiet a few writings on all his feats, and the impression is that Gallenkamp has based his biography mostly on these, without examining thouroughly secondary fonts, such as coworkers, friends and relatives.

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Roy Chapman Andrews gained national fame as an explorer for the . Roy Chapman Andrews Books, Publications and Magazine Articles. Roy Chapman Andrews was a prolific author.

Roy Chapman Andrews gained national fame as an explorer for the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. He began his career at the museum in 1906 by sweeping floors and assisting in the taxidermy department. By 1934 he had become the museum’s director. Andrews – for whom adventure and narrow escapes from death were a staple of exploring – is said to have served as inspiration for the Hollywood character Indiana Jones.

Roy Chapman Andrews (January 26, 1884 – March 11, 1960) was an American explorer, adventurer and naturalist who became the director of the American Museum of Natural History. His popular writings about his adventures made him famous. He is primarily known for. He is primarily known fo. .Andrews was born on January 26, 1884, in Beloit, Wisconsin, at 419 St. Lawrence Avenue.

William Chapman Andrews in the late from the Explorers Club Archives. American explorer and adventurer Roy Chapman Andrews.

Known and feared by those that call the Gobi Desert their home, the Mongolian Death Worm is a beast that has become legendary in monster-hunting circles. For my book cover I could illustrate or photograph a cluttered desk of crime documents and files to do with the Clutter family. Every persons desk should look like this. William Chapman Andrews in the late from the Explorers Club Archives.

Pp. viii, (2), 212; publisher's original yellow pictorial cloth, 8vo. A biography of Andrews covering his explorations in war-torn China and Outer Mongolia written by Pond who visited Andrews while he was exploring the Gobi desert. Small signature of former owner on the front endpaper.