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Polar Explorers Are Safe

A Message from Stefanson Confirms the Dispatch of Yesterday.

New York, Sept. 7. --

Confirmationn of the report that the leaders of the Mikkelsen-Leffingwell exposition (sic) are safe was given in a messge received at the offices of the American Geographical society in this city to-day from Vilhjalmun Stefansson, the ethnologist of the expedition into the arctic. The message was dated at Eagle City, Alaska, on the upper Yukon river.

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

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Original Source:
  Kansas City Star, Kansas City, MO Sept. 8, 1907, pg 11a.  
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  Jennifer Holvoet, Ph.D  
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