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The American Built Clipper Ship 1850 1856

Author : William L. Crothers
ISBN : 0071358234
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Long of line, incredibly fleet, with tall, raking masts and clouds of sail, the great Yankee clipper ships stir dreams of romance and adventure. This book, the most important and detailed ever to appear on clipper ships, is the fruit of 35 years of research. Lavishly pictorial, it's a boon to maritime historians, model makers, and dreamers alike.

American Built Packets And Freighters Of The 1850s

Author : William L. Crothers
ISBN : 9780786470068
Genre : Transportation
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Up and down the Eastern seaboard during the 1850s, American shipyards constructed numerous large wooden merchant sailing vessels that formed the backbone of the commercial shipping industry. This comprehensive volume appraises in minute detail the construction of these ships, outlining basic design criteria and enumerating and examining every plank and piece of timber involved in the process, including the keel, frames, hull and deck planking, stanchions, knees, deck houses, bulworks, railings, interior structures and arrangements. More than 150 illustrations illuminate the size, shape, location and pertinent specifics of each item. Complete with a glossary of contemporary industry terms, this work represents the definitive study of the mid-nineteenth century's great American-built square rigged ships.

James Madison Hood

Author : George C. Kingston
ISBN : 9781476601267
Genre : History
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Captain James Madison Hood was the real U.S. Consul in the novel Anna and the King of Siam, but before his arrival in Bangkok, he was also a merchant ship captain, builder of clipper ships, legislator in both Massachusetts and Illinois, industrialist, and land speculator. He was present at the birth of the Republican Party. As U.S. Consul, he presided over the trial of Dr. Dan Beach Bradley for libel of the French Consul, Gabriel Aubaret, a case which influenced the course of Southeast Asian history and got Anna Leonowens in trouble with King Mongkut. Captain Hood lived large and was not above a little extralegal maneuvering to support his lifestyle. His life is a tour through the politics, economics and deal making of the mid–19th century.

The Diplomacy Of Trade And Investment

Author : David M. Pletcher
ISBN : 0826211275
Genre : Business & Economics
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The move to encourage trade with Canada and Mexico during the 1990s, culminating with the negotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), has had a long background extending as far back as the late eighteenth century. American trade with both Canada and Latin America rapidly increased during the last third of the nineteenth century as a result of burgeoning industry and agriculture in the United States. The Diplomacy of Trade and Investment is the first detailed examination of the economic and political forces behind this rapid growth and their effect on government policy. Based on a thorough examination of government documents, congressional debates and reports, private papers of government and business leaders, and newspapers, David M. Pletcher begins this monumental study with a comprehensive survey of U.S. trade following the Civil War. He goes on to outline the problems of building a coherent trade policy toward Canada, Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, and South America. The study concludes by analyzing a series of abortive trade reform efforts and examining the effects of the Spanish-American War. Pletcher rejects the long-held belief that American business and government engaged in a deliberate, consistent drive for economic hegemony in the hemisphere during the late 1800s. Instead he finds that the American government improvised and experimented with ways to further trade expansion. But American businessmen were often more interested in domestic trade than in trade with foreign markets. In fact, many of them resisted efforts to lower the American tariff or otherwise encourage American trade abroad. The combination of traditionalist and revisionist insight with Pletcher's own deep knowledge and research provides the reader with a comprehensive new interpretation of hemispheric trade expansion at the end of the nineteenth century.

American Merchant Ships 1850 1900

Author : Frederick C. Matthews
ISBN : 9780486255385
Genre : Transportation
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Encyclopedic resource recounts sailing histories, vital statistics of 322 vessels: voyages, cargoes, tonnage, builders, shipboard life, and more. 195 black-and-white photos and illustrations.

Fast Sailing Ships

Author : David Roy MacGregor
ISBN : UOM:39015013020220
Genre : Clipper ships
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The Mariner S Mirror

Author : Leonard George Carr Laughton
ISBN : UOM:39015081883483
Genre : Great Britain
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Five Hundred Sailing Records Of American Built Ships

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105035272777
Genre : Merchant marine
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The Tyranny Of Distance

Author : Geoffrey Blainey
ISBN : UOM:39015010358656
Genre : History
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British American Clippers

Author : David Roy MacGregor
ISBN : UOM:39015032919428
Genre : Clipper ships
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The clipper's heyday lasted from the discovery of gold in California in 1849 until the opening of the Suez Canal 20 years later. This book focuses on the ships of the two rival nations Britain and America, built during a period of intense competition in the 1850s.

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