It was on the two islands at its entrance that Behring landed in 1741.
They were now in the sea discovered by Behring, 1741, to which they gave his name.
This man was an astronomer, who, returning from a scientific expedition to Behring Strait in 1869, paid his uncle a visit.
Since 1862 over 500,000 have been killed on Behring Island alone.
It was blowing hard, as it usually does where the Polar ice comes down into the Behring Sea.
I have been on Behring Island with the Russian walrus-hunters.
When both ships had been cruising nearly a year, the one was off the coast of Greenland and the other in Behring's Strait.
It stood in a hunting village on the Siberian shore of Behring Sea.
Many other expeditions to Kamtchatka and the western part of Behring Sea were soon thereafter made.
About 1887 our seal-fishing in the Behring Sea brought on an acute situation.
Behring Beh·ring (bâr'ĭng, běr'-), Emil Von. 1854-1917.
German physiologist. He won a 1901 Nobel Prize for work on serum immunization against diphtheria and tetanus.