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THE BIG SHIP: THE STORY OF THE S. S. UNITED STATES. Edited for The Mariners\' Museum by Robert H. Burgess.
283pp. Ills. Hard-bound. With dust jacket. Light musty smell, otherwise a very good to fine copy. Dust-jacket in poor condition. Author was the most knowledgeable individual on all aspects of this beautiful ship.
$90.00
THE BOATS WE RODE. A QUARTER CENTURY OF NEW YORK'S EXCURSION BOATS AND FERRIES.
New York:Quadrant Press. 1974. (131)pp. Illustrated. Softcover. Covers lightly foxed. Internally a very good copy. FB015
$20.00
THE BRITISH CHANNEL PILOT, FROM THE DOWNS TO BRISTOL, ETC; AND THE COAST OF IRELAND, FROM THE TUSKAR TO THE RIVER SHANNON; ALSO THE NORTH COAST OF FRANCE, FROM CAPE GRISNEZ TO BREST.
224pp. as published in 1859 plus 6pp. addenda included in 1861 edition. Wrps. Covered with sail-cloth. Some light water-stains of cloth and a few interior pages, otherwise a very good copy.
$135.00
THE CAPTAIN OF THE PHANTOM. The story of Henry Jackson Sargent, Jr. 1834-1862 as revealed in family letters. Foreword by Daniel Sargent.
Mystic, Ct.: The Marine Historical Association. 1967. 72pp. Illus. Hard cover. A very good copy.
$10.00
THE CHESAPEAKE. A BIOGRAPHY OF A SHIP.
Chesapeake, Va.: Norfolk County Historical Society. (1968). 89pp. Illus. Soft cover. Very small tear on edge of front cover, otherwise a very good, tight, clean copy.
$15.00
THE CONNECTICUT RIVER STEAMBOAT STORY.
Hartford, Ct.:Connecticut Historical Society. 1956. 128pp. + [16]pp. illus. With dust jacket. Book in very good condition but jacket soiled and edges lightly frayed.
$35.00
THE END OF THE VOYAGE. An Accountof the Last Sailing Craft of the British Coasts.
London:Percival Marshall & Co. Ltd. 145pp. Illus. With dust jacket. A very good copy. FB023
$24.00
THE FISHERMEN'S OWN BOOK, COMPRISING THE LIST OF MEN AND VESSELS LOST FROM THE PORT OF GLOUCESSTER, MASS., FROM 1874 TO APRIL 1, 1882.
Gloucester: Procter Brothers. (1882). 274 pp + 60 pp advertisements. Binding shows some wear to the edges and, more notably, the top and bottom of the spine, which also shows some rubbing. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, though the pages are showing some light age-toning. This volume is a sequel to the 1873 edition carrying the record of lost vessels and men to the date of publication, and adding new material in relation to the fisheries.
$150.00
THE FLEET THE GODS FORGOT. THE U.S. ASIATIC FLEET IN WORLD WAR II
Annapolis, Maryland: Naval Institute Press. (1982). xiii+327pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Both dust jacket and book in very good clean condition. 
$22.00
THE GALLEY AND THE GALLEON.. How to Make Worth-While Models of Decorative Ships.
129pp. + 2 two large fold. plans in rear pocket. Illus. Do not believe these plans have ever been used. An excellent copy.
$15.00
THE JOSEPH CONRAD.  A Famous Training Ship.
Mystic, Ct.:Marine Historical Association. (nd). 20pp. Illus. Wrps. An excellent copy.
$10.00
THE LAST CRUISE OF THE OLIVER CROMWELL 1779
Mystic, CT:The Marine Historical Association, Inc. Vol. 1. No. 3. 1931. Illustrated. 41-52pp. Wrps. Covers in very good, clean condition. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, though there is some light age toning to the pages.
$25.00
THE LOAD LINE--- A HALLMARK OF SAFETY.
80pp. Illus. Wrps *Maritime Monographs and Reports, #33-1978. An excellent copy.
$29.00
THE LOSS OF THE SHIP ESSEX SUNK BY A WHALE AND THE ORDEAL OF THE CREW IN OPEN BOATS.
Nantucket, MA:Nantucket Historical Association. 1984. 87pp. Illustrated. Softcover. A very good, clean copy with no previous owners marks or signatures. Thomas Nickerson sailed as a cabin boy on the whale ship Essex and survived its sinking by a whale when he was 14.
$75.00
THE MUTINY OF THE BOUNTY.
Edited by Gavin Kennedy. Boston:David R. Godine. (1980). 208pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket.
$25.00

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