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|Description:||125 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Being from Maine and Portland Harbor --
The Virginia of Sagadahoc and Popham Colony --
Early schooners and the advent of steam --
Schooners come of age : the four-masters --
A few five-masters --
The six-masted giants --
The celebrated Governor Ames --
A five-masted ghost ship : the Carroll A. Deering --
Twentieth-century pirates : the dreaded U-boats --
Luther Little and Hesper --
The magic of the Wiscasset schooners --
Schooner bones : Boothbay and the ghost fleet --
The log of the Zebedee E. Cliff.
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Lost No Longer!
This very readable book brings the world of large coastal schooners and the men who once sailed them back to life once again. Very interesting stories with lots of historical information presented to the reader in a palatable fashion. GREAT!!
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