The Great Lakes Wooden Shipbuilding Era: Inches, H.C. The Great Lakes Wooden Shipbuilding Era: Inches, H.C. The Great Lakes Wooden Shipbuilding Era: Inches, H.C. The Great Lakes Wooden Shipbuilding Era: Inches, H.C.

The Great Lakes Wooden Shipbuilding Era

Inches, H.C.

Published by Great Lakes Historical Society, 1976
Condition: Near Fine Soft cover
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Crisp, clean book tightly bound with a plastic comb to lie flat. Measures 11" tall and 17" wide and is printed on very nice cream-colored paper. Text is at front of book and all art, drawings and photographs are confined back. Includes schematics, drawings, and photographs of the Lucia A. Simpson, the Montezuma (schooner 101, the David Dows, the Charles H. Bradley, the Tampa (steamer 74),the building and disintegration of the Indiana,schooners, freight and passenger propeller-driven steamers, side-wheel passenger steamers, interiors of side wheel steamers, lumber steamers, iron ore steamers, harbor and lake tugs, aids to navigation maintained by the Coast Guard and shipyard scenes. Very handsome book in collector condition. Oblong Quarto. Bookseller Inventory # 25804

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Title: The Great Lakes Wooden Shipbuilding Era

Publisher: Great Lakes Historical Society

Publication Date: 1976

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition:Near Fine

Edition: Third Printing

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