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Eric Norman Webb (22) - Mawson 1911-1914 Chief Magnetician
Single, was an Associate of Civil Engineering
of Canterbury University College, and, for the five months previous
to joining the Expedition, carried out magnetic observations
under the Carnegie Institute of Washington, U.S.A. At the Main
Base (Adélie Land) E. N. Webb was Chief Magnetician, accompanying
the Southern Sledging Party.
Landmarks named after Eric Norman Webb
Biographical information - This is a difficult
area to research, I am concentrating on the Polar experiences of
the men involved. Any further information or pictures visitors may
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