TENT LIFE IN SIBERIA
In 1864, the author, funded by the Russo-American Telegraph Company, set out to do the seemingly impossible: telegraphically connect the U.S. and Europe via land lines running through the Bering Straits and Siberia. His account is as enthralling today as it was 140 years ago.
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