The Maritime History of Cornwall sets out to fill this gap, exploring the rich and complex maritime inheritance of this unique peninsula.
Author: Professor Philip Payton
Publisher: University of Exeter Press
Cornwall is quintessentially a maritime region. Almost an island, nowhere in it is further than 25 miles from the sea. Cornwall’s often distinctive history has been moulded by this omnipresent maritime environment, while its strategic position at the western approaches—jutting out into the Atlantic—has given this history a global impact. It is perhaps surprising then, that, despite the central place of the sea in Cornwall’s history, there has not yet been a full maritime history of Cornwall. The Maritime History of Cornwall sets out to fill this gap, exploring the rich and complex maritime inheritance of this unique peninsula. In a beautifully illustrated volume, individually commissioned contributions from distinguished historians elaborate on the importance of different periods, from the Middle Ages to the twentieth century. The Maritime History of Cornwall is a significant addition to the literature of international maritime history and is indispensable to those with an interest in Cornwall past and present. Winner of the Holyer an Gof Non-Fiction Award 2015.
Author: Alan Obin
This is the 15th annual edition of the Bibliography of Nautical Books, a reference guide to over 14,000 nautical publications. It deals specifically with the year 2000.
To access the ship's image, just click on the View image of the ship link located
on the passenger list records. ... To clearly identify a ship, focus on the name and
the features. ... New York, 1820- 1850 Passenger and Immigration Lists
Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-19OOs Passenger Arrivals in the
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2014 CONGRESSIONAL RECORD INDEX SHIPS AND VESSELS Sundown (
vessel ) : certificate of documentation ( see ... 680 ) , 10413 ( SAP ) bling devices
on vessels ( H.R. 253 ) , 620 ( 5JA ) Factsheets Guam : tribute to Navy ship repair
facility , 1827 ( 19JA ) Seagoing Barges ... vessels ( S. 267 ) , 2172 , 2179 ( 24JA
) , 18105-18116 ( 30JN ) Focus ( vessel ) : certificate of documentation ( S. 1362 )
Includes history of bills and resolutions.
It had been six weeks since the ship's scheduled landing at Edwards Starport
after its rendevous with the Moon, and no one was ... 19 Julia D'Amato sat in
Doctor Clarke's reception area and waited patiently. ... their casual friendship was
strained by her persistence for Robert, as she now called him, to speak on the
record. ... The door to the main entrance opened, dragging her focus back to the
Author: Theresa M. Moore
Children of The Dragon book 2: "Is it evil to survive, Jonathan?"The year is 2069. Jonathan Kraine is an explorer and archaeologist. While on an expedition to Mars he stumbles upon a ruin buried beneath the surface, and an alien being sealed in a sarcophagus. Soon strange events force the astronauts to return to Earth, and all but Jonathan and the alien are killed. Was it an accident or sabotage? Jonathan learns the answers to this and the greatest mystery of all time through his friendship with the alien called "Andru."