Waterfront: The Illustrated Maritime History of Greater Vancouver

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Stanton Atkins & Dosil Publishers, Jan 1, 2010 - History - 186 pages
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Waterfront is a magnificently illustrated, authoritative and lively tour of the dynamic ebb and flow between the water, the surrounding land and the people who strove and dreamed along the shores of the sea and the mighty river that dominate Greater Vancouver. Dramatic stories abound of this place, its people, ships and events: European explorers who sought a fabled passage to the Orient; enterprising lumbermen, railway tycoons, shipping magnates, scoundrels and heroes, hard-working men and women. Their tales play out in this book, entwining the story of the birth and growth of cities, ports, and industries.

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James P. Delgado, PhD, FRGS, RPA, has a long list of accomplishments. Wearing his many hats as historian, curator, land and sea archaeologist, scientist, researcher, deep-sea diver, television host, museum director, lecturer, author and storyteller, Dr. Delgado has built an incredible foundation of knowledge and experience in his field. Author of over 30 books, Delgado is known as one of the leading experts in world maritime history. He was the Executive Director of the Vancouver Maritime Museum for 15 years. In 2006, he became the Executive Director of the Institute of Nautical Archaeology (INA) and moved into the role of President in April, 2008. He is a Fellow of The Royal Geographical Society, London and of The Explorer's Club, New York.

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