The history of American sailing ships, Volume 46
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JSTOR: The History of American Sailing Ships
The History of American Sailing Ships. By Howard Irving Chapelle, with drawings by the author, George C. Wales and Henry Rusk. ...
Chapelle, Howard I. The History of American Sailing Ships. Chapelle, Howard I. The History of the American Sailing Navy. Chapelle, Howard I. Fulton's "Steam ...
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Sources Cited in Merchant sailing ships, 1775-1815 88061517 ...
... A History of Mechanical Engineering (London 1965) Chapelle, Howard I, The History of American Sailing Ships (New York 1935) Chapelle, Howard I, The . ...
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Howard Chapelle in The History of American Sailing Ships wrote in 1935, “The great American deity, ‘speed,’ had no more devout worshippers than the ...
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Chapelle, Howard I. (1935): The History of American Sailing Ships. New York: Bonanza Books. Chapelle, Howard I. (1951): American Small Sailing Craft. ...
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Sandcastle vi - Voyages of the Enterprise - Appendix B / Bibliography
Chapelle, Howard L. The History of American Sailing Ships. New York: Bonanza Books, 1935. Clarke, wb, Editor. Naval Documents of the American Revolution, ...
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The History of American Sailing Ships. * The National Watercraft Collection. * The Search for Speed Under Sail: 1700-1855 ...
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Howard I. Chapelle, The History of American Sailing Ships. New York: Bonanza Books, 1935. Robert Dixon, Jr. "Captain Gross's Arms and Stores. ...
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The Halifax Schooner - Historical Inquiry - Pirates of the Burning ...
Chapelle, Howard J. The History of American Sailing Ships, ww Norton & Co, 1935 Hahn, Harold M., The Colonial Schooner 1763-1765, Conway Maritime Press, ...
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The Ships of the Acadian Expulsion by Dr. Don Landry
According to Howard I. Chapelle in "THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN SAILING SHIPS", the methods employed by the shipbuilding in the early days were crude. ...