Who discovered North Pole ?

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Robert E. Peary, who explored Greenland’s coast in 1891-92, tried for North Pole in 1893. In 1900, he reached northern limits of Greenland and 83° 50′ N. In 1902, he reached 84° 06′ N. In 1906, he went from Ellesmere Island to 87° 06′ N. He sailed in the Roosevelt in July 1908 to winter off Cape Sheridan, Grant Land. The dash for the North Pole began on March 1 from Cape Columbia, Ellesmere Land. Peary reached the pole, 90° N on April 6, 1909.

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