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Ten years later she was re-rigged as a schooner. In the days before paved roads, small coastal schooners such as Pioneer were the delivery trucks of their era, carrying various cargoes between coastal communities: lumber and stone from the islands of Maine, brick on the Hudson River, and oyster shell on the Chesapeake Bay. - Pre Schooner Year. - Algonquin Built. - Great Copper Rush. - King of the Lake. - End of an Era. - Now Final.
The close of the Mexican-American War brought with it a new era to the reign of the prairie schooner then began in earnest. Almost immediately the freight business between Missouri River points and Santa Fe increased to a wonderful degree. Where before a yearly caravan was deemed sufficient for the trade, from now on, during the season of safe travel, the trail was seldom vacant of. Take a tropical Key West adventure aboard a wooden schooner on the Caribbean’s warm waters. Sailing daily year-round is the Appledore Star and in the winter, Appledore II. We offer a wide range of tours sure to please everyone in your group, including sunset sails, day .
Theodore J. Karamanski shares with the reader the stories of the men and women who sailed on the schooners, their labor issues and strikes, the role of the schooner in the maritime economy along the Lake Michigan basin, and the factors that led to the eventual demise of that economy in the early twentieth century. In , New York City furrier F. N. Monjo purchased the Era and hired Capt. Comer as its captain, but Comer wrecked the vessel on the island of Miquelon, off Newfoundland, later that year. Comer then became captain of Monjo's next purchase, the schooner .
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The Schooner Era: A Lost Epic in History [Haley, Neale] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Schooner Era: The schooner era book Lost Epic in HistoryAuthor: Neale Haley. The Schooner book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. From its emergence in Holland in the early seventeenth century to its present /5(4).
If you're looking for a historical book about the schooner era on the East Coast, you'll appreciate this book. But if you desire intimate detailed drawings of the entire Bluenose as a resource for model building (which I was), then don't waste your money on this book/5(10).
Genre/Form: Festschriften: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Haley, Neale. Schooner era. South Brunswick, A.S. Barnes  (OCoLC) The schooner, Coral represented the end of an era in maritime history. Its master, Captain Claude S.
Tucker and his family have documented the exploits of this versatile cargo craft, using primary sources, logs, and personal experiences to portray the life and death of Coral. Launched inbattered by the Northeast’s hurricane ofit 5/5(3).
Schooner is a gripping and delightful tale of the design and construction of the largest wooden boat to be launched from Martha’s Vineyard in the last years.
Author Dunlop and photographer Alison Shaw chronicle the 1,day gestation of Rebecca of Vineyard s: 9. The American Fishing Schooners – Howard Chapell.
This book chronicles the development of the classic American East Coast Grand Banks and inshore fishing schooners with lines drawings, sail plans and text. More than half the book is devoted to details of rigging, deck gear, steering and windlasses etc. The Ice Schooner book. Read 35 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
This is the first paperback revised edition (two identical printin. Read * The Prairie Schooner by William Francis Hooker eBook or Kindle ePUB. The Prairie Schooner This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.
that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. This is a reproduction of a book published before Fictional schooners. Dragon, in Iain Lawrence's The Smugglers and The Buccaneers, The High Seas Trilogy; Ebba, Ker Karraje's pirate schooner in Jules Verne's Facing the Flag; Ghost, seal-hunting schooner in Jack London's The Sea-Wolf; Hispaniola, a schooner in Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island; Kestrel, Revolutionary War privateering topsail schooner, Danelle Harmon's Captain of My.
A schooner (/ ˈ s k uː n ər /) is a type of sailing vessel defined by its rig: fore-and-aft rigged on all of 2 or more masts and, in the case of a 2 masted schooner, the foremast generally being shorter than the mainmast. A common variant, the topsail schooner also has a square topsail on the foremast, to which may be added a topgallant and other square sails, but not a fore course, as that.
APPENDIX A. The schooner Era was published in An Arctic Whaling Diary on page Drawing from primary archival and secondary research materials, Dr. Karamanski presents factual accounts from schooner captains, crews and passengers to cast light on the circumstances and conditions that characterized the schooner era on Lake Michigan.
The book begins with the pioneering days of the late s and describes Lake Michigan's wind-borne commerce well Reviews: 2. schooner A topsail schooner. Karen Randall. Although ships with square-rigged sails are excellent for long voyages before trade winds, they are poor for coastal sailing, where all.
The Chronicles of the Schooner Lusty I book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. While the high jinks that went on are definitely from a past era, there are plenty of laughs within it and lots of visits to interesting destinations.
In these strange days of quarantine and isolation, books can be a mode of transport /5(1). Skillfully weaving historical research, a boat-load of vintage photos, and stories recalled by participants in the twilight years of the Age of Commercial Sail, authors Robert Demanche, Donald F.
Tucker, and Caroline B. Tucker transport you to an era long since gone—to the days of the cargo-carrying schooner Coral and her owner-operator Captain Claude S.
Tucker. Brand new Book. Full Title: "Luka Bachich v. Schooner "Henry O. Barrett," Dredge "Columbia" and Steam Tug "James McCaulley."} No. 19 of American Dredging Company v. Schooner "Henry O. Barrett" and the Tug "James McCaulley."} No. 21 of Elliott W. Rogers, Master, etc., v.
T"Description: "The Making of the Modern Law: Trials, The fire that almost destroyed the schooner in in Adelaide inspired fiction stories of Peter Kyne, Joan Lowell, and Corey Ford.
She remains one of the few authentic schooners still sailing the oceans today, showing off the glory of a bigone era.
The fascination for the schooner is hard to explain, maybe best described by R M Ballantyne in his book 'Man on the Ocean' published in 'This is the most elegant and, for small craft, the most manageable vessel that floats. Schooner Books seems like the kind of place where, if it were ever going to happen, you would find an enchanted book.
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My library. Arethusa, the schooner, was big, beautiful, and had a colorful history – sounds interesting to me. Enough about my motivations and ’s get on with the ship.
Arethusa was designed by Thomas F. McManus in and built by James and Tarr in Essex, Massachusetts, in