Charlestown Navy Yard: Boston National Historical Park, Massachusetts
Government Printing Office, 1995 - Travel - 87 pages
This illustrated handbook from the National Park Service tells the story of the 175-year career of Charlestown Navy Yard in Boston: the evolution of shipbuilding technology; the vessels it built and repaired; and the workers who made them seaworthy. The Charlestown Navy Yard was in operation from 1800 to 1974.
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