Adventures at Sea in the Great Age of Sail: Five Firsthand Narratives
For anyone in search of authentic tales of sea-going action, adventure and exploration, these true-to-life accounts comprise a rich treasury of entertaining reading, with enough excitement and derring-do to satisfy any armchair adventurer. Moreover, they offer a vivid picture of life aboard the "tall ships" a century and more ago. A selection of 33 reproductions of historic drawings, engravings and photographs add special flavor and authenticity to the text.
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A NARRATIVE OF THE ADVENTURES OF CAPT
THE WRECK OF THE ISABELLA
THE RETURN OF CAPTAIN BARNARDS COMPAN
ARRIVAL OF THE SHIP MILLWOOD AT MASSA
THE ADVENTURES OF JOHN NICOL MARI
VIEW OF ST GEORGE GRENADA W 1
A JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE IN THE BRIG SPY
THE REMARKABLE TRANSACTIONS WHICH
A NARRATIVE OF EVENTS IN THE LIFE
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