The following chart takes almost a minute to appear.

It shows what Hapgood claims were different locations of the North pole within the last 100,000 years or so. The chart (in condensed form) also shows the standard geological names for changes in ice sheet positions, such as advances, and the climate changes that resulted. Hapgood derived some of his conclusions about pole shifts from that evidence.

Having the entire chart in one place so you can scan up and down it instead of having to change pages should be an advantage.

By 'interstadial' Hapgood means a short period of relative warmth and ice recessing during a glacial period.

These pole positions are pictured here.

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