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Delano's Voyages of Commerce and Discovery Amasa Delano in China, the Pacific Islands, Australia, and South America, 1789-1807

Seagraves, Eleanor Roosevelt

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ISBN 10: 0936399562 / ISBN 13: 9780936399560
Published by Berkshire House Publishers, 1994
Used Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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A Good Read ships from Toronto and Niagara Falls, NY - customers outside of North America please allow two to three weeks for delivery. Light rubbing on edges. Remainder mark on top edge. ; American Classics; 8.10 X 5.40 X 1.30 inches; 425 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 104207

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Title: Delano's Voyages of Commerce and Discovery ...

Publisher: Berkshire House Publishers

Publication Date: 1994

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Very Good

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Adventure-filled journals of FDR's seafaring relative.

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in 1817, Amasa Delano, American merchant and seafarer, published his Narrative of three extraordinary trading voyages. This account, edited by his descendant Eleanor Roosevelt Seagraves and supplemented with archival illustrations and new maps, is a superbly readable chronicle of American enterprise and adventure.

"Captain Delano's Voyages provide a vivid record of early American seafaring, and a no less vivid self-portrait of an American seafarer entirely free of the self-justifying piety of his age. For better and for worse, along the coasts of five continents and among scores of islands in between, through shipwreck and combat and the capture of a slave ship, Amasa Delano reported exactly what he saw and heard and felt. The result is priceless." -Geoffrey C. Ward, author of Before The Trumpet and A First-Class Temperament; co-author of The Civil War

Amasa Delano (1763-1823) was a descendant of the shipbuilding Delanos of Duxbury, Massachusetts, a family that was engaged in Far Eastern trade for several generations and whose members included forebears of Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

Eleanor Roosevelt Seagraves has been a librarian, educator, bibliographer, and researcher in the humanities.

William T. La Moy is director of the James Duncan Phillips Library of the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts, and editor, Peabody Essex Museum Collections.

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