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NEWS FROM STEFANSSON.

Message From Him Reports Safety of His Arctic Expedition.

Confirmation of the report that the Stefansson expedition is safe was given in a message received at the offices of the American Geographical Society, in this city, to-day from Vilhjalmur Stefansson, the ethnologist, a leader of the expedition into the arctic.

The message was dated at Eagle City, Alaska, which is on the Upper Yukon River, and read as follows:

"Expedition is all safe."
"STEFANSSON"

Officers of the geographical society said they supposed the message had been forwarded by messenger from Herschel (sic) Island to Eagle City.

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Original Source:
  New York Times, Sept. 8, 1907, pg. 1}  
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Transcriber: 
  Jennifer Holvoet, Ph.D.  
 
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