Historian and adventurer Seb Coulthard talks about the history of the Wordie House in Antarctica as part of our visit during a Polar Latitudes guided trip. Built on the site of an earlier British Graham Land Expedition (1937) hut, this structure was named “Wordie House” after Sir James Wordie, chief scientific officer on Shackleton’s Endurance Expedition (1914-17). Today, the Wordie House is protected by the Antarctic Heritage Trust (www.ukaht.org) and designated under the Antarctic Treaty System as an historic site — Monument Number 62, a former British Research Station.
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Michael has authored more than 16 books and penned many hundreds of feature articles over the years with bylines in Men's Journal, Men's Health, Outside, The San Jose Mercury News, Portland Oregonian and more. His travels have taken him to all seven continents. He is a member in good standing of the North American Travel Journalists Association and a media member of the Adventure Travel Trade Association.
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