The Age of Sail: Master Shipbuilders of the Maritimes Stanley T. Spicer

ISBN: 9780887805394

Published: November 16th 2001

Paperback

144 pages


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The Age of Sail: Master Shipbuilders of the Maritimes  by  Stanley T. Spicer

The Age of Sail: Master Shipbuilders of the Maritimes by Stanley T. Spicer
November 16th 2001 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 144 pages | ISBN: 9780887805394 | 3.50 Mb

The 19th century was the age of shipbuilding in the Maritime Provinces: all along the coast men were turning trees into ships that would sail on the worlds oceans. Farmers and fishermen became master craftsmen building huge, deep-water vessels.InMoreThe 19th century was the age of shipbuilding in the Maritime Provinces: all along the coast men were turning trees into ships that would sail on the worlds oceans.

Farmers and fishermen became master craftsmen building huge, deep-water vessels.In this beautifully illustrated volume, marine historian Stanley Spicer recaptures the age of sail and its many colourful characters.

From hundreds of shipbuilders, Spicer has selected the Troops of Saint John, the Killams of Yarmouth, Joseph Cunard in Bathurst, the Peake family of Prince Edward Island, John Young of Lunenburg and the Moshers in Avondale. Through these often larger-than-life figures we explore the triumphs and tragedies of the Maritimes great age of shipbuilding and ship owning.The Age of Sail draws on a range of rich visual resources including ship portraits, archival photographs, engravings, and artifacts displayed in the collections of leading Maritime museums, adding depth to a gripping historical account.



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