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Explorers

There are forty-four Explorers called James.

  • James Cook

    , National Maritime Museum, Greenwich... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Cook)

  • James W. Marshall

    James W. Marshall is an Explorer... (extract from the wikipedia article on James W. Marshall)

  • James Lick

    James Lick is an Explorer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Lick)

  • James Grant (navigator)

    James Grant (1772 – 11 November 1833) was a British Royal Navy officer and navigator in the early nineteenth century. He made several voyages to Australia and Tasmania, and was the first to map parts of the Australian coast.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Grant (navigator))

  • James Weddell

    James Weddell is an Explorer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Weddell)

  • James Beckwourth

    James Beckwourth is an Explorer... ( from the wikipedia article on James Beckwourth)

  • James Bruce

    James Bruce (14 December 1730 – 27 April 1794) was a Scottish traveller and travel writer who spent more than a dozen years in North Africa and Ethiopia, where he traced the origins of the Blue Nile.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Bruce)

  • James Duncan McGregor

    James Duncan McGregor (August 29, 1860 – March 15, 1935) was a Canadian agricultural pioneer and office holder. He served as the 11th Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba between 1929 and 1934.... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Duncan McGregor)

  • James "Grizzly" Adams

    James "Grizzly" Adams is an Explorer... (extract from the wikipedia article on James "Grizzly" Adams)

  • James Richardson (explorer of the Sahara)

    James Richardson (explorer of the Sahara) is an Explorer... ( from the wikipedia article on James Richardson (explorer of the Sahara))

  • James Zumberge

    James Herbert Zumberge (died April 15, 1992) was a geology professor, renowned Antarctic explorer, and academic administrator.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Zumberge)

  • Naomi James

    Dame Naomi Christine James DBE, (born 2 March 1949, née Power) was the first woman to sail single-handed (i.e.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Naomi James)

  • James Harding

    James Harding (1838 – 13 November 1864) was a pastoralist and explorer in colonial Western Australia. While exploring in the Kimberley region of Western Australia in 1864, he was murdered by Australian Aborigines.... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Harding)

  • James Kingston Tuckey

    James Kingston Tuckey (1776- 4 October 1816) was an Irish-born British explorer and a captain in the Royal Navy.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Kingston Tuckey)

  • James Meehan

    James Meehan (1774 – April 21, 1826) was an Irish-Australian explorer and surveyor.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Meehan)

  • James Esmond

    James William Esmond (11 April 1822 – 3 December 1890), was an Irish-Australian gold prospector and miner, and was one of the first people to discover gold in Australia.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Esmond)

  • James William Slessor Marr

    James William Slessor Marr (1902 – April 30, 1965) was a Scottish marine biologist and polar explorer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James William Slessor Marr)

  • Dan James Pantone

    Dan James Pantone is an American ecologist and conservationist with a Ph.D.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Dan James Pantone)

  • James Wordie

    James Wordie is an Explorer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Wordie)

  • James S. Hutchinson

    James Sather Hutchinson (1867-1959) was a lawyer in San Francisco, California, United States. He was most noted for being an explorer of the Sierra Nevada, attaining the first ascent of several peaks, including Mount Sill, North Palisade, and Mount Humphreys.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James S. Hutchinson)

  • James H. Simpson

    James H. Simpson is an Explorer... ( from the wikipedia article on James H. Simpson)

  • James Kelly (Australian explorer)

    James Kelly (1791–1859), Australian mariner, explorer and port official, was born on 24 December 1791 at Parramatta, New South Wales. He was probably the son of James Kelly, a cook in the convict transport Queen, and Catherine Devereaux, a convict transported for life from Dublin in the same ship.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Kelly (Australian explorer))

  • James Simpson (explorer)

    Commander Cortlandt James Woore Simpson CBE, DSC, PM, RN (2 September 1911 – 9 May 2002) was a British naval officer and polar explorer. He led the British North Greenland Expedition (B.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Simpson (explorer))

  • James McIlroy (surgeon)

    James McIlroy, full name James Archibald McIlroy (March 11, 1879 - July 30, 1968) was a British surgeon and a member of Ernest Shackleton's crew on the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition (1914-1916). He was born in Ulster, Ireland on November 3, 1879.... ( from the wikipedia article on James McIlroy (surgeon))

  • Michael James Heney

    Michael James (MJ) Heney was a railroad contractor of international renown, best known for his work on the first two railroads built in Alaska, the White Pass and Yukon Route and the Copper River and Northwestern Railway. The son of Irish immigrants, Heney rose to the top of his profession before his death.... ( from the wikipedia article on Michael James Heney)

  • Thomas James (sea captain)

    Captain Thomas James (1593 – 1635) was an English sea captain, notable as a navigator and explorer, who set out to discover the Northwest Passage, the hoped for ocean route around the top of North America to Asia.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Thomas James (sea captain))

  • James McMillan (fur trader)

    James McMillan (1783–1858) was a fur trader and explorer for the North West Company and Hudson's Bay Company. He led some of the earliest surveys of the lower Fraser River and founded Fort Langley for the HBC in 1827, and was its first Chief Trader.... ( from the wikipedia article on James McMillan (fur trader))

  • James H. Carson

    James H. Carson (1821 – 1853), a Second Sergeant in the US Army, boarded the U.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James H. Carson)

  • James Smith (miner)

    James (Philosopher) Smith (1 July 1827 – 15 June 1897)Ronald E. Smith, 'Smith, James (Philosopher) (1827 - 1897)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, Vol.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Smith (miner))

  • James Edward Butler Futtit Farrington

    James Edward Butler Futtit Farrington, known universally as “Fram” Stemming from a schoolboy holiday to Framlington-on-SeaDaily Telegraph Obituary was a key member of a secret wartime Antarctic expeditionary force and the last surviving holder of the Polar Medal in Bronze, abolished after 1941 Polar Journal,University of Cambridge.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Edward Butler Futtit Farrington)

  • James Calvin Sly

    James C. Sly (August 8, 1807 – August 31, 1864) was a Mormon pioneer, member of the Mormon Battalion in the Mexican-American WarMormon Battalion Comapany B, scout for early west trailsTHE MORMON BATTALION, U.... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Calvin Sly)

  • James Wilson (explorer)

    Captain James Wilson, brought the first British missionaries to Tahiti on ship Duff in 1797.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Wilson (explorer))

  • James Colvin (New Zealand)

    James Colvin (1844 - 29 October 1919) was a New Zealand Member of Parliament for Buller, in the South Island.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Colvin (New Zealand))

  • James Alday

    James Alday (1516-1576?) was a 16th century English navigator, explorer and privateer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Alday)

  • James Larkin White

    James Larkin White is an Explorer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Larkin White)

  • James Clyman

    James or Jim Clyman (1792 – 1881) was a mountain man and an explorer and guide in the American Far West.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Clyman)

  • Terence James Elkins

    Terence James Elkins (born 1936) is an Australian-born American physicist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Terence James Elkins)

  • James Gumm

    James Gumm was a member of John Batman's party that was involved in the foundation of the city that became Melbourne... ( from the wikipedia article on James Gumm)

  • James Nash (prospector)

    James Nash (5 September 1834 – 5 October 1913) is popularly acknowledged as the first person to discover gold in the area of Queensland, Australia now known as Gympie.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Nash (prospector))

  • James Wardell

    James Wardell (born 1979) is an influential English photojournalist, war photographer and glamour photographer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Wardell)

  • Frank Linsly James

    Frank Linsly James (April 21, 1851 - April 21, 1890) was an English explorer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Frank Linsly James)

  • James Benn Bradshaw

    James Benn Bradshaigh Bradshaw (1831 – 1 September 1886) was a 19th century member of parliament in New Zealand.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Benn Bradshaw)

  • James Lamont

    Sir James Lamont (1828–1913) was a Scottish explorer, particularly known for his travels in the Arctic; he also travelled to Africa and the West Indies. He was a fellow of the Geological Society of London and the Royal Geographical Society.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Lamont)

  • James Murray (biologist)

    James Murray (1865, Glasgow - ~1914) was a biologist and explorer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Murray (biologist))

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