North to the Orient

by Anne Morrow Lindbergh

North to the Orient

Paperback, 147 pages, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, List Price: $12.95 | purchase

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The Lindberghs' experiences on a flight to the Orient via the Great Circle Route in 1931


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In 1931, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, wife of America's biggest celebrity, served as the radio operator in the back seat of her husband's plane on a voyage into the unknown. She chronicled the adventure in her book, North to the Orient. The Lindberghs dropped in on fur trappers, Eskimos and missionary settlers in the frozen wilds of Canada and Alaska. They crossed the Bering Sea from Nome and visited Soviet outposts in Kamchatka. Particularly moved by the Land of the Rising Sun, Anne

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