Diving Pioneers: An Oral History of Diving in America
This is the saga of diving in America, told by the men and women who lived it and made it. These stories and more recall scuba's pioneer days of the 40s and 50s where every dive was an adventure.
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FROM HARDHAT TO SCUBA
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OARTAINS OF INDUSTRY
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