Persson, isla

Persson Island is an island 1.5 nautical miles long, lying in the entrance to Rohss Bay on the southwest side of James Ross Island. Discovered by the Swedish Antarctic Expedition under Nordenskjold, 1901–04, and named by him for Nils Persson, a patron of the expedition.

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