Frederick Albert Cook Audio Books

Frederick Albert Cook Audio Books

Dr. Frederick Albert Cook (1865–1940) was born in New York and became an American polar explorer, credited for discovering the geographical North Pole in 1908. Cook was knighted by the King of the Belgians, was honored by geographical societies, and authored five books about his experiences.

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