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Grace Glacier

Grace Glacier (54°4′S 37°23′W / 54.067°S 37.383°W / -54.067; -37.383Coordinates: 54°4′S 37°23′W / 54.067°S 37.383°W / -54.067; -37.383) is a glacier which flows north into Ample Bay at the Bay of Isles, near Salisbury Plain, South Georgia. It was charted in 1912–13 by Robert Cushman Murphy, an American naturalist aboard the brig Daisy, who named it for his wife, Grace Barstow Murphy.[1]

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