HISTORIA DE LOS EXPLORADORES

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  • Aboard Trieste, after 60 untethered dives,
  • Who later went on to become a US Senator from and returned to space again in
  • Famous quote “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”
  • Alain Huburt
  • He also has skied crsoo Greenland lengthwises, and to the north ple uinaided
  • HISTORIA DE LOS EXPLORADORES

    1. 1. The Explorers Club Compiled & Edited by Capt. Lynn Danaher MN ‘05
    2. 2. Has an amazing history!!!!
    3. 3. Formed in 1904 “…to unite explorers in the bonds of good-fellowship and to promote the work of exploration by every means in its power…” Henry Collins Walsh 1904
    4. 4. May 2nd 1904 My dear Bryant … The idea of club is to limit membership to those who have traveled and brought back results . There will be necessity of adding afterwards men of means. Yours sincerely, F. W. Stokes PS: The dues will not exceed 5.oo per annum.
    5. 5. Adolphus Greely Founding Member
    6. 6. Original Signatories of the Explorers Club 1905
    7. 8. First President of the Explorers Club
    8. 9. 27 West 67 th Street NYC First Location 1905
    9. 10. 1912: Explorers Club “ takes upon its rolls” members of the Arctic Club
    10. 11. 345 Amsterdam 1 9 1 2
    11. 12. Club Membership Currently 3,000+ Members Representing 60 countries
    12. 13. Women were not allowed to join until 1981 and now comprise approx 25% of the membership
    13. 14. Explorers Club members have accomplished many significant FIRSTS !!
    14. 15. First to the North Pole April 6, 1909
    15. 16. Robert Peary
    16. 17. Matthew Henson
    17. 18. 1926 Byrd’s flight over the North Pole
    18. 19. The First Man to Reach the South Pole 1911
    19. 20. Roald Amundsen Dec. 1911
    20. 21. First solo flight across the Atlantic 1927 Charles Lindbergh
    21. 22. <ul><li>the first to </li></ul><ul><li>break the </li></ul><ul><li>sound barrier </li></ul><ul><li>1947 </li></ul>
    22. 23. Chuck Yeager
    23. 24. <ul><li>The First </li></ul><ul><li>to reach the summit </li></ul><ul><li>of Mt. Everest </li></ul><ul><li>1953 </li></ul>
    24. 25. Sir Edmund Hillary
    25. 26. Tenzing Norkay
    26. 27. Commander W.R. Anderson First to navigate under the polar ice cap 1958
    27. 28. USS Nautilus
    28. 29. Descent and Exploration to the bottom of the ocean the Marianas Trench
    29. 30. 1960 7 miles deep Jacques Piccard & USN Lt. Don Walsh
    30. 31. <ul><li>The first Man </li></ul><ul><li>to circumnavigate </li></ul><ul><li>Planet Earth </li></ul><ul><li>from Outer Space </li></ul><ul><li>1962 </li></ul>
    31. 32. John Glenn
    32. 33. The first Man to walk on the Moon 1969
    33. 34. Neil Armstrong
    34. 35. Astronaut Sally Ride became the First American Woman in Space and is an Honorary Member of The Explorers Club
    35. 36. Sally Ride
    36. 37. Explorers Club members that have made important discoveries and accomplished significant research
    37. 38. Bob Ballard Marine Archaeologist
    38. 39. The Discovery of the Titanic mid Atlantic Ocean 1985
    39. 40. The Discovery of Earliest Man Olduvai Gorge
    40. 41. Louis and Richard Leakey
    41. 42. Jane Goodall <ul><li>First significant and </li></ul><ul><li>long term study </li></ul><ul><li>of Primates </li></ul><ul><li>in their </li></ul><ul><li>natural habitat </li></ul>
    42. 43. Paul Sereno Paleontologist has discovered new dinosaur species on several continents
    43. 44. Johan Reinhard 1995 <ul><li>Discovery and recovery of the Inca Ice Maiden at </li></ul><ul><li>20,700 feet </li></ul>
    44. 45. The current and ongoing Genographic Project, tracing the Journey of Man
    45. 46. Spencer Wells Explorer in Residence National Geographic
    46. 47. Travels the world collecting DNA
    47. 48. Explorers Club members have also enjoyed some of the most Celebrated Adventures
    48. 49. Lowell Thomas <ul><li>with </li></ul><ul><li>Lawrence of Arabia </li></ul><ul><li>1917 </li></ul>
    49. 50. Chapin Expedition to Ruwenzori Mountains 1927
    50. 51. Thor Heyerdahl Kon-Tiki & Aku-Aku
    51. 53. Rapa-Nui
    52. 54. Capt. Norm Baker
    53. 55. Kon-Tiki Voyages of Ra I & Ra 2
    54. 56. Tigris
    55. 57. Extensive Research of Easter Island (Rapa-Nui) Edmundo Edwards & Claudio Cristino
    56. 58. Restoration of Tongariki, Rapa-Nui
    57. 59. Dr. Jerri Nielsen
    58. 60. <ul><li>Who in </li></ul><ul><li>1999 </li></ul><ul><li>treated herself </li></ul><ul><li>for breast cancer while stationed at </li></ul><ul><li>Almundsen-Scott </li></ul><ul><li>South Pole Research Station </li></ul>
    59. 61. The Explorers Club Flag: A rich history of courage and fidelity
    60. 62. Many carry the Explorers Club Flag
    61. 63. Flag #123 Thor Heyerdahl
    62. 64. 1963 the crossing of Ellsmere Island by foot by Louis Catlow
    63. 66. Edmundo Edwards & Lynn Danaher Rapa-Nui
    64. 67. Raivavae Archaeological Project 2006
    65. 68. Numerous members of the Explorers Club have participated or led Antarctic Expeditions
    66. 70. Shackelton and Scott reached 82*16’ the farthest south 1901-1904 National Antarctic Expedition
    67. 71. Scott at the South Pole, with tent left behind by Amundsen Jan. 1912
    68. 72. Robert Falcon Scott died 1912 in Anarctica
    69. 74. Ernest Shackleton 1901-1904 1908-1909 1914-1916 1921-1922 Buried on South Georgia
    70. 75. Richard Byrd’s expeditions to Antarctic 1928 -1930 1933-1935
    71. 76. Gould was second-in-command to Admiral Richard E. Byrd's first Antarctic expedition of 1929-1930. he was a polar explorer, geologist, teacher, and college president
    72. 77. 1979 Lawrence M. Gould 50 th Anniversary of the Byrd Expedition
    73. 78. R/V Lawrence M Gould a specially designed Antarctic Research Vessel is named in his Honor
    74. 79. Naomi Uemura mountaineer, explorer, dog sled journey across Antarctica 1981 died after reaching the summit of Denali alone in winter 1984, his body was never found
    75. 80. Ranulph Fiennes circum navigated the earth via both poles 1982
    76. 81. Robert Swan “In the Footsteps of Scott” EC flag Expedition 1986
    77. 82. 1986 Dr. Robert A. Wharton Jr. <ul><li>Antarctic </li></ul><ul><li>Expedition </li></ul><ul><li>to </li></ul><ul><li>South </li></ul><ul><li>Victoria </li></ul><ul><li>Land </li></ul>
    78. 83. 1991 & 1996 Dale T. Andersen <ul><li>1991 Expedition to Bunger Hills Oasis </li></ul><ul><li>1996 Ecological Research Project, McMurdo Valleys </li></ul>
    79. 84. 1997-1998 Alain Hubert Traversed Antartica in 99 days by foot, skis and powerkite
    80. 85. 1998 Dr. Paul A. Berkman Antarctic Nearshore Marine Ecology
    81. 86. Will Steger 1995 Trans-Arctic Expedition the crossing of the North Pole
    82. 87. Steger Antarctic Expedition 1989
    83. 88. Jan Mela with 2 others reached the South Pole, Jan, 2005 he began the youngest polar explorer and the first disabled person who has made it to the south pole on skis
    84. 89. Peter I Island DX Radio Expedition Antarctica Feb 2006
    85. 90. Rune Gjeldnes Feb. 2006 completed a solo crossing of Antarctica via the South Pole on skies
    86. 91. Explorers Club Members have Created of 2 of the Finest Photographic Collections of Antarctica
    87. 92. Frank Hurley’s memorable photographic record of Shackleton’s Antarctic Expedition of 1914-1917
    88. 93. Hurley in the rigging of the Endurance
    89. 95. Endurance locked in the ICE
    90. 96. The Demise of Endurance
    91. 97. Frank Wild
    92. 98. Shackleton in camp
    93. 99. The Shackleton Dogs
    94. 100. The hut on Elephant Island
    95. 101. The moment of rescue
    96. 102. Rosemarie and Pat Keoughs’ “Antarctica”
    97. 103. Pat and Rosemarie Keough
    98. 104. Glenn Keough a young EC member
    99. 105. Sought by Collectors
    100. 106. “ Albatross”
    101. 107. Presenting a copy to HRH Prince Charles
    102. 108. Other Explorers Club Members of note
    103. 109. As President of the US 1901-1908 vastly expanded the nations forest reserves Teddy Roosevelt
    104. 110. innovator of aerial cartography completed mapping of Mt. McKinley, Mt. Everest and Grand Canyon 1930s & 1940s Bradford Washburn
    105. 111. Joan Connelly Archaeologist
    106. 112. Sven Olaf Lindblad of Lindblad Expeditions
    107. 113. Brian Hanson In Mongolia Participated in Antarctic Quest 2003
    108. 114. David Doubilet one of the worlds leading underwater photographers
    109. 115. Jim Fowler TV Host and authority on predatory birds
    110. 116. Sylvia Earle Oceanographer Pioneered study of marine ecosystems
    111. 117. Anna Roosevelt pioneered the use of applied physics to field archaeology in tropical environments
    112. 118. Richard Wiese filmmaker
    113. 119. Eugenie Clark Ichthyologist “the shark lady” researched in areas as yet unknown in the South China Sea
    114. 120. Buzz Aldrin Astronaut
    115. 121. President Dan Bennett
    116. 122. The late Sir Edmund Hillary served as the Explorers Club Honorary Chairman
    117. 123. It is important to encourage qualified individuals to consider membership members have been attending Banff Mountain Film Festival for several years
    118. 124. Jason Schoonover, Brian Hanson, Ron Zuber, Lynn Danaher & Jim Chester representing the EC in Banff, Canada 2007
    119. 125. Sponsoring young field researchers
    120. 126. to explore and investigate
    121. 127. Their world
    122. 128. A inspiring and fun way to connect with each other and keep our club vital is the Symposium concept
    123. 129. A gathering of fellow EC members on Salt Spring Island, BC 2005
    124. 130. 2006 EC Symposium Salt Spring Island BC Canada
    125. 131. Explorers Club Symposium Salt Spring, Canada 2007
    126. 132. The Keoghs past few Salt Spring Symposiums are the inspiration for our Compass Symposium
    127. 133. Rosemarie Keough recipient of the Stefansson Medal 2007
    128. 134. There are several ways to connect to HQ in NYC and events to attend The Explorers Club Annual Dinner (ECAD)
    129. 135. Rolex Award Recipients
    130. 136. 2005 Lowell Thomas Annual Dinner
    131. 137. The Explorers Club quarterly magazine
    132. 138. The monthly Explorers Log
    133. 139. 46 East 70 th Street 1965 Headquarters Today:
    134. 142. The extensive library
    135. 143. Library
    136. 144. Art
    137. 145. Archives
    138. 146. Film
    139. 147. Photos
    140. 148. Memorabilia
    141. 149. Sir Edmund Hillary Map Room ~5000 sheets
    142. 150. <ul><li>But most important ……. </li></ul><ul><li>The Explorers Club </li></ul><ul><li>is a fellowship…… </li></ul><ul><li>of seekers of the unknown…. </li></ul><ul><li>other curious minds….. </li></ul><ul><li>With a desire to Explore …. </li></ul><ul><li>And Discover what is over </li></ul><ul><li>the next Horizon !! </li></ul>

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