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Of Sails and Ships By Stephen Wood
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A book of photographs rendered as pen and ink sketches of a variety of tall ships and lighthouses on the east coast.
Clipper Ship Sailing Cards By Bruce D. Roberts
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In the nineteenth century, many departures of clipper ships were advertised by sailing cards. With their stunning appearance, rarity, and importance as artifacts of nautical, Western, and printing... More > history, clipper cards represent classic ephemera and are highly prized by both private collectors and institutions. Clipper Ship Sailing Cards begins by tracing the history of the clipper ship, particularly as it relates to the California Gold Rush. It then does the same for clipper ship cards, documenting their development over two decades. The printing techniques employed to create clipper cards are examined, followed by chronicles of every printer and engraver known to have turned out clipper cards. All of this is a prelude to the exploration of the images and graphic design concepts that make clipper cards so intriguing. With 115 full-color illustrations, observations drawn from thirty years of study and research, and engaging writing, Clipper Ship Sailing Cards is the definitive work on this topic!< Less
How to Sail a Ship in the Fog By Daryl Fraser
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How to Sail a Ship in the Fog is a metaphor. The ship is you, the crew are roles you play on board, the voyage is your life. The fog is the unknown, the uncertainty, the mystery. But you don’t... More > need to know every sea, wind and tide. You don’t have to know where you are going or why. You just need to know how to sail. If you have ever wondered how to live in a world that seems like a great mystery, where there are more questions than answers, then this book provides an approach to living that will keep you afloat as you make your personal voyage.< Less
Sail Without Ship By Charles Mwewa
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Poetry of Africa's 50 years post-independence, the case of Zambia
The ship has sailed and no one is on board By Kacper Niburski
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The following is a collection of poems that I hope will not be my life's work but if for some reason it is, I hope that I died working on it.
Ancient and Modern Ships, Part 1: Wooden Sailing Ships By George Charles Vincent, Sir Holmes
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Sails at Sunset By Matthew R Brackley
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This poetry collection is about the sea and the ships that sail upon her. You too, sail upon her in so many ways. Chart your course ….. May a fair wind guide you to a place you want to... More > be......... Created in to A4 size for ease of reading and for sharing. Matthew.B< Less
Sail in the Thornscrub By Mark Campbell
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Having grown up in Africa and been involved in Animal Safari's most of my life, a new chapter opened up when I was employed by the Custom's Department in Tanganyka. This is a compilation of events... More > that happened during that time. Africa is an intriguing, engaging country...< Less
Sails at Sunset By Matthew R Brackley
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This poetry collection is about the sea and the ships that sail upon her. You too,sail upon her in so many ways. Chart your course and may a fair wind guide you to a place you want to be.........
Sailing with the Stars By Tony Harris
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This is a detective thriller, packed with action and suspense, for the young, both boys and girls, the young at heart, and those who wish they still were. Care has been taken to ensure the... More > non-nautical reader won't feel all at sea, so to give these shipmates a hand, the sometimes unusual phraseology is explained. But the author does want you to really feel you are climbing the ratlines, hauling yourself up by your cold hands grasping the greasy rigging, whilst you look up at the mast head swaying across the dark threatening clouds, before climbing onto the yardarm to bundle up the sail. It's also possible that some might think the idea of Knights Templar being involved is just a bit fanciful. Be assured there are still some afloat today. In this case, four teenage pupils from the Knights Templar School in the west of England (yes, it does exist!) outwit a criminal gang, the police and the customs, but delight the intelligence agencies.< Less