A Voyage in the Motive Ship Pelican to the North Pole. Captain Solomon, Commander

TitleA Voyage in the Motive Ship Pelican to the North Pole. Captain Solomon, Commander
Year for Search1908
AuthorsEldridge, E. D.
Pagination136 pp.
Date Published1908
PublisherRecord Publishing Co
Place PublishedStockton, CA
KeywordsUS author
Annotation

The motive ship is a form of airplane which flew from the U. S. to the North Pole, where there is a eutopian city. Technologically advanced. Stress on the beauty and grandeur of the city. People live to an average age of 133 with some living to over 200; this is based on moderation. Much adventure.

Info Notes

A note on the cover says the book was “written many years ago.” 

Illustration

The “motive ship” is depicted on the cover and first page. 

Holding Institutions

Hathi, MnU

Full Text

1908 Eldridge, E. D. A Voyage in the Motive Ship Pelican to the North Pole. Captain Solomon, Commander. Stockton, CA: Record Publishing Co. 136 pp. A note on the cover says the book was “written many years ago.” The “motive ship” is depicted on the cover and first page. Hathi, MnU

The motive ship is a form of airplane which flew from the U. S. to the North Pole, where there is a eutopian city. Technologically advanced. Stress on the beauty and grandeur of the city. People live to an average age of 133 with some living to over 200; this is based on moderation. Much adventure.