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101 CAMPBELL, Douglas A. Sea's Bitter Harvest : Thirteen Deadly Days on the North Atlantic. in dj.
Carroll & Graf, New York, 2002, ISBN:0786709707 
CAMPBELL, Douglas A. The Sea's Bitter Harvest : Thirteen Deadly Days on theNorth Atlantic . New York: Carroll & Graf, (2002). First American Printing . Pp. (6),[vii]-viii,(4),[1]-288,(4), + 8 p. of plates. Illustrated. 8vo, blue paper covered spine with grey paper covered boards, gilt lettering to spine. "In the course of thirteen days in January 1999, four commercial clamboats sasnk in horrifying succession while working the waters of the Atlan tic Ocean. Among the ten fishermen who lost their lives were husbands and fathers, loners and drug users. Each man stepped aboard his boat with his own seabag and his own history, filled with hopes and habits, skills and second thoughts. And each man was lured to the nation's most dangerous trade bythe lucrative wages offered to those who dared to reap the harvest of the sea." - from the dj. Remainder mark to bottom edge, else vg in dj. 16.50

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102 CAMPBELL, Lyall Sable Island Shipwrecks : Disaster and Survival at the North Atlantic Graveyard. 1st pr
Nimbus Publishing, 1994, ISBN:1551090961 
CAMPBELL, Lyall. Sable Island Shipwrecks : Disaster and Survival at the North Atlantic Graveyard. (Halifax): Nimbus Publishing, (1994). First Printing. Pp. (8),1-200. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated navy blue card covers. "Over300 ships have gone aground on Sable Island, the 'graveyard of the Atlanti c', as sailors refer to this fog-enshrouded sandbar 300 kilometres southeast of Nova Scotia. The first known ship to wreck at Sable Island occurred in1583 when one of Sir Humphrey Gilbert's ships, the Delight, was destroyed in a storm. Since then, hundreds of sailing ships, steamers and modern freighters have met with disaster on the island's shoals and numerous sandbars.In 'Shipwrecks of Sable Island', Lyall Campbell tells the story of the shi ps that sailed into danger, the daring rescues, the people who survived andthose who perished. The selected wrecks were chosen for their historical i mportance and inherent appeal, and are set inthe context of the developmentof the life-saving station on Sable Island." - from the rear cover. Conten ts: 1. A Rash Nobleman, A Cool Pirate, and an Unsolved Mystery; 2. Destroyer of Ships and Haven of Wild Horses; 3. Meeting Spot of Privateers, FIshermen, and Unfortunate Others; 4. The Impact of Sinking Ships and Mounting Tragedy; 5. The Loss and Gain of the Hannah and Eliza; 6. A Plethora of Shipwrecks; 7. The Triumphs of Joseph Darby; 8. A Season of Growlers at Sable Island; 9. A Pair of Villains, An Angel, and the East End Station; 10. Women and Children First--Unfortunately; 11. Gross Inefficiency or Worse; 12. A Lone Survivor; 13. Grace Darling, the Rocket Apparatus, and the Destruction of Sable Island; 14. The End of an Era and the Beginning of a New Age. Gift inscription verso front cover, else very good. 12.50

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103 CAMPBELL, Lyall Sable Island Shipwrecks : Disaster and Survival at the North Atlantic Graveyard. 2nd pr
Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, 2001, ISBN:1551090961 
CAMPBELL, Lyall. Sable Island Shipwrecks : Disaster and Survival at the North Atlantic Graveyard. (Halifax) : Nimbus Publishing, (2001). Second Printing. Pp [i]-[viii],1-200. Illustrated. 8vo, blue trade paperback. "Over 300 ships have gone aground on Sable Island, the 'graveyard of the Atlantic', as sailors refer to this fog-enshrouded sandbar 300 kilometres southeast of Nova Scotia. The first known ship to wreck at Sable Island occurred in 1583when one of Sir Humphrey Gilbert's ships, the Delight, was destroyed in a storm. Since then, hundreds of sailing ships, steamers and modern freighters have met with disaster on the island's shoals and numerous sandbars. In 'Shipwrecks of Sable Island', Lyall Campbell tells the story of the ships that sailed into danger, the daring rescues, the people who survived and those who perished. The selected wrecks were chosen for their historical importance and inherent appeal, and are set inthe context of the development of the life-saving station on Sable Island." - from the rear cover. Contents: 1. A Rash Nobleman, A Cool Pirate, and an Unsolved Mystery; 2. Destroyer of Ships and Haven of Wild Horses; 3. Meeting Spot of Privateers, FIshermen, and Unfortunate Others; 4. The Impact of Sinking Ships and Mounting Tragedy;5. The Loss and Gain of the Hannah and Eliza; 6. A Plethora of Shipwrecks; 7. The Triumphs of Joseph Darby; 8. A Season of Growlers at Sable Island; 9. A Pair of Villains, An Angel, and the East End Station; 10. Women and Children First--Unfortunately; 11. Gross Inefficiency or Worse; 12. A Lone Survivor; 13. Grace Darling, the Rocket Apparatus, and the Destruction of Sable Island; 14. The End of an Era and the Beginning of a New Age. Vg. 12.50

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104 CAMPBELL, Lyall Sable Island, Fatal and Fertile Crescent. First Edition.
Lancelot Press, Windsor, 1974, 
CAMPBELL, Lyall. Sable Island, Fatal and Fertile Crescent. Windsor, N.S.: Lancelot Press, 1974. First Printing. Pp (1),2-104. Illustrated. 8vo, trade paperback. Vaison p.60. Chapters : 1. The Mysterious Sable Island; 2. Sir Humphrey Gilbert's Sable; 3. Pioneering Canada: La Roche's Sable Settlement;4. The Sable Slaughterhouse of Acadians and New Englanders; 5. The Sable S ea-hospital of Boston's LeMercier and Company; 6. Sable Victims: Shipwrecksof the Early English Period; 7. A Sable Ghost Story and a Solved Mystery; 8. Sir John Wentworth's Sable Island Humane Establishment; 9. Life as a Sable Colonist; 10. More Sable Victims: Shipwrecks of Sable's Humane Era; 11.end of Shipwrecks and the Sable Island Pony; 12. Canada's Exploitation of S able; 13. Sable Now: A Question of the Meaning of Life. With notes on sources. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper thanquoted. 10.00

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105 Canadian Antiques Collector ALLABY, Eric STANLEY, George F.G. COLLARD, Elizabeth Canadian Antiques Collector. Vol. 10 / No. 3, May - June 1975
Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, Toronto , 1975, 
(Canadian Antiques Collector). Canadian Antiques Collector. Vol. 10 / No. 3, May – June 1975. Toronto : Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, 1975. Pp [1]-95,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated whitestapled wrappers. A special issue on the Province of New Brunswick. Of nau tical interest : Of Ships and Shipbuilders (by A. Gregg Finley, pp 43-47); Heritage under the Sea [shipwrecks and artifacts] (by Eric Allaby, pp 48-51). Other contents : New Brunswick Heritage (by George F.G. Stanley); Biographical Studies in New Brunswick (by Michael Swift); New Brunswick Indian Crafts (by Gaby Pelletier); Acadian Village / Village Acadien (by Clarence LeBreton); Early Silversmiths (by Donald C. Mackay); Two New Brunswick Furniture Craftsmen (by Charles Foss); New Brunswick Before History (by Chris Turnbull); Architecture in New Brunswick (by Stuart Smith); Some Historic Buildings (by Robert Power); The Acadian Museum / Le Musee Acadien (by Clement Cormier); Kings Landing (by Ted Eaton); Stone Church (by Huia G. Ryder); George Neilson Smith (by Ian G. Lumsden); The Best of Pine and Maple (by HuiaG. Ryder); St- Andrews (by Roger Nason); A N.B. Contribution to Canadian P otting (by Elizabeth Collard); The J.C. Webster Collection (by Dona Atcheson); New Brunswick Artists (by Robert Percival); Museums and Historic Sites (by John G. McAvity). Rubbed, mailing label, coffee stains to front cover, a few pen marks, else good. 25.00

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106 Canadian Journal of Archaeology CALLAGHAN, Richard T. ROBERTSON, David A. SOUTHON, John Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 27, 2003 - Issue 1
Canadian Archaeological Association, 2003, 
(Canadian Journal of Archaeology). Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 27, 2003 – Issue 1. Pp [i]-iv,[1]-152. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 8vo, illustrated olive green card covers. Articles : The Archaeology of the Dunsmore Site: 15th -Century Community Transformations in Southern Ontario (by David A. Robertson and Ronald F. Williamson, pp 1-61); Regarding the American Paleolithic (by Eldon Yellowhorn, pp62-73). Research Notes : The Use of Simulation Models to Estimate Frequenc y and Location of Japanese Edo Period Wrecks Along the Canadian Pacific Coast (by Richard T. Callaghan, pp 74-94); A Post-Glacial Record of 14C Reservoir Ages for the British Columbia Coast (by John Southon and Daryl Fedge, pp 95-111); plus Book Reviews. Very good to fine. 15.00

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107 Canadian Numismatic Association Canadian Numismatic Association 1970 Convention, August, 5, 6, 7, 8, Hotel Nova Scotian, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Canadian Numismatic Association, Willowdale, Ont., 1970, 
(Canadian Numismatic Association). The Canadian Numismatic Association 1970Convention, August, 5, 6, 7, 8, Hotel Nova Scotian, Halifax, Nova Scotia. (Willowdale, Ont.: The Canadian Numismatic Association, 1970). Pp 1-32. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated yellow stapled card covers. Includes : “The Halifax-Dartmouth Bridge Tokens – New Varieties” by Nelson C. Boltz (pp 18-19);“The People's Bank of Halifax” by Maj. Sheldon S. Carroll (pp 21, 23); “Th e History, Search, Discovery and Recovery of the Treasure of the Feversham,1711” by Alex Storm (pp 25-32). Rubbed, else very good. 25.00

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108 CANALS) Soo Locks Boat Tours 1989 Vol 1) Locks & Ships. card covers
Soo Locks Boat Tours, 1989, 
(Canals). Locks & Ships. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.: Soo Locks Boat Tours, 1989. [Cover adds... Special Feature Articles: The Soo Locks; The St. LawrenceSeaway; The Panama Canal; Ships Listing; Soo History; Charts & Nautical Te rms]. Pp 96. Illustrated with b/w and/or colour photos and drawings to text. 8vo, illustrated card covers. Soo Locks Boat Tours 1989. Volume One November Shipwreck Edition. "This book was designed to answer the most frequently asked questions that our crews have received over the years. [...] This first volume has a special section on the major November shipwrecks." -from the text. Ships referred to as shipwrecked or lost in this section are: Thesteamer Bannockburn; Ira H. Owen; George Herbert; Cresent City; Turrent Ch ief; Henry B. Smith; H. E. Runnels; Tioga; Myron; Novadoc; William B. Davock; Anna C. Minch; Carl D. Bradley; Daniel J. Morrell; and the Edmund Fitzgerald. Covers rubbed, price sticker remainder to front cover, ow vg. 15.00

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109 CAPLAN, Ronald (collected by). Cape Breton Shipwreck Stories. Paperback edition.
Breton Books, Wreck Cove, NS, 1999, ISBN:1895415489 
CAPLAN, Ronald (collected by). Cape Breton Shipwreck Stories . Collected byRonald Caplan. Wreck Cove, NS: Breton Books, (1999). Pp. [i]-viii,1-135,(1 ), + 4 p. of plates. 8vo, illustrated grey card covers with green spine. Contents: 1. Journal of the Voyage and Wreck of the Auguste, 1761, 2. Wreck of the Astraea at Little Lorraine, 1834, 3. A North Sydney Harbour Tragedy, 1874, 4. The Inquiry into the Dorcas and the Etta Stewart, 1893, 5. Wreck of the Ariadne, Neil's Harbour, 1896, 6. Wreck of the Watford at Schooner's Pond, 1932, 7. Shipwrecks on the Fourchu-Framboise Coast: 1912-1967, 8. TheWreck of the Hurry On near Judique, Inverness County, 1935, 9. Fishermen R escue American Seamen at Louisbourg, 1943, 10. Walter Boudreau: The Louisbourg Rescue and the Sinking of the Schooner Angelus, 1943, 11. Aboard the Wreck of the Kismet II at Meat Cove, 1955. Vg. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 12.50

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110 CARNOCHAN, Janet FIELD, John L., (ed.) BUTLER, Gordon Niagara Historical Society Pamphlet 44. Shipwrecked on Sable Island 1879
Niagara Historical Society, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, 1986, 
CARNOCHAN, Janet. Shipwrecked on Sable Island 1879. Edited by John L. Field. Illustrations by Gordon Butler. (Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario) : Niagara Historical Society, (1986). Printed by Stanadard Fine Printing & Graphic Design, St. Catharines, Ontario. Pp (6),1-26. Maps. 8vo, illustrated blue stapled card covers, lettered in black. Niagara Historical Society, Pamphlet No. 44. Contents : 1. The Shipwreck. 2. Preparing to Land. 3. Death in the Surf. 4. Settling In. 5. Still Waiting. 6. The Story of Sable Island. 7. TheIsland, Its Flora and Fauna. 8. The Royal Navy to the Rescue. 9. A Tribute to the Islanders. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 20.00

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111 CARTER, Jennifer and Joel HIRSCHHORN HIRSCHHORN, Joel BUCKLEY, William F., Jr., foreword Titanic Adventure : One Woman's True Life Voyage Down to the Legendary Ocean Liner. in dj.
New Horizon Press, Far Hills, NJ, 1999, ISBN:0882821709 
CARTER, Jennifer and Joel HIRSCHHORN. Titanic Adventure : One Woman's True Life Voyage Down to the Legendary Ocean Liner . Foreword by William F. Buckley, Jr. (Far Hills, NJ: New Horizon Press, 1999). Pp. [i]-xvi,1-324, + 8 p. of plates. Illustrated. 8vo, black paper covered boards with metallic blue lettering to spine. "This extraordinary journey takes Jennifer Carter from an ordinary life as a bank clerk and mother of three to the bottom of theocean as the commander of an otherwise all male French/American expedition to the 'unsinkable' ocean liner. There, Carter becomes the first woman to dive the Titanic and an indelible part of the Great Ship's ongoing history and mystique." - from the dj. Very good in unclipped, taped-down dust jacket. 22.50

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112 CHAMBERS, William]. Kew Gardens : a sketch ; St. Mark's Eve in Yorkshire ; and other tales. Selected from Chamber's miscellany.
Lippincott, Grambo, & Co., Philadelphia, 1854, 
[CHAMBERS, William]. Kew Gardens : a sketch ; St. Mark's Eve in Yorkshire ;and other tales. Selected from Chamber's miscellany. Philadelphia : Lippin cott, Grambo, & Co., 1854. Pp. (4),[iii]-vii,(1),[1]-144. 8vo, pressed maroon cloth with gilt lettering to spine. A miscellany of long articles from Chambers. Contents: Kew Gardens (pp. 1-32); A Chapter on Diamonds (pp. 33-51); Relics of Popular Superstition: St. Mark's Eve in Yorkshire, The Glen ofGreen Spirits, The Pariah of Bombay, The Spectre Harper, The Ship of the D ead (pp. 53-112); Wreck of the [frigate] Medusa [and rescue by the Argus] (pp. 113-127); Character and Manners of the Tyrolese (pp. 128-144). Spine sunned with a few small chips, some shelfwear, occasional marginal foxing, else good. Uncommon. 150.00

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113 CHAPLIN, Gordon Dark Wind : A Survivor's Tale of Love and Loss
Plume, New York, 2000, ISBN:0452281822 
CHAPLIN, Gordon. Dark Wind : A Survivor's Tale of Love and Loss. (New York): Plume, (2002). Pp 225. 8vo, illustrated card covers. Dark Wind is the st ory of a catastrophic sailing adventure. Lightly rubbed, text block slightly rumpled, else very good. 12.00

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114 CHAPMAN, Harry Stories from Nova Scotia's Past. Paperback Edition. signed.
Dartmouth Historical Association, Dartmouth, N.S., 2008, ISBN:9780973930146 
CHAPMAN, Harry. Stories from Nova Scotia's Past. Dartmouth, N.S.: DartmouthHistorical Association, (2008). First Edition. Pp [i]-ix,(1),1-131,(3). Il lustrated. Double Column. Large 8vo, illustrated green card covers. Part I – L'Acadie : 1. L'Ordre de Bon Temps. 2. Le Grand Dérangement. Part II – From the Land of the Gaels : 3. Battle of Culloden Moor Remembered. 4. The Return of the Hector. 5. Thomas McCulloch, Pioneering Educator. Part III – Around Chebucto Bay. 6. Dartmouth's Ice Harvest. 7. The Macdonald Bridge. 8. The Halifax Public Gardens. 9. Babes in the Woods. Part IV – First with theNews. 10. Moose River Gold Mine Cave-in. 11. Nova Scotia's Pony Express. P art V – Perils of the Sea : 12. Sinking of the SS Atlantic. 13. The RMS Titanic. 14. The Empress of Ireland's Last Voyage. 15. Seasonal Gales Wreak Havoc with Fishing Fleets. Part VI – The Call to Arms : 16. General Robert Ross. 17. Escape of the CSS Tallahassee. 18. The Black Battalion. 19. Taking Vimy Ridge. Part VII – They Made a Difference : 20. Simeon Perkins. 21. Thomas Chandler Haliburton. 22. Mona Parsons. 23. William D. Lawrence. 24. Richard John Uniacke. Part VIII – The Land, the Sea, and the People : 25. The Silver Dart Takes Flight. 26. The Cross-Canada Race. 27. Klondike Gold Rush. 28. I'm Alone. 29. St. John's Church, Lunenburg. 30. Lockeport's Boom Town Days. Very good. Signed and inscribed by Chapman on the title page. 15.00

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115 CHARLWOOD, Don Wrecks & Reputations : The Loss of the Schomberg and Loch Ard. in dj.
Angus & Robertson, London, 1977, ISBN:0207130655 
CHARLWOOD, Don. Wrecks & Reputations : The Loss of the Schomberg and Loch Ard. (London): Angus & Robertson, (1977). Pp. (7),viii-xiii,(2),2-190,(4), [16] pp plates. 8vo, green cloth. Accounts of the loss of two migrant ships in the Bass Strait, with much on the Black Ball Line and some mention of the famous Marco Polo of Saint John, New Brunswick. Slight shelfwear, else vgin slightly rubbed, torn dj. 40.00

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Voyage of the Chelyuskin. US in dj , Chelyuskin) BROWN, Alec, trans.
116 Chelyuskin) BROWN, Alec, trans. Voyage of the Chelyuskin. US in dj
Macmillan, 1935, 
(Chelyuskin). The Voyage of the Chelyuskin. By Members of the Expedition. Translated by Alec Brown. With numerous Plates and Maps. N.Y.: Macmillan Company, 1935. Pp 325. 8vo, blue cloth. The story of the Chelyuskin's unsuccessful attempt at an Atlantic to Pacific polar crossing in 1933-34. Spine browned, some spotting/browning to edges, else vg in chipped, price-clipped dj. 150.00

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117 CHIPMAN, John EVENSEN, Thomas) Obsession : Tragedy in the North Atlantic. in dj.
Viking Canada, Toronto, 2007, ISBN:0670065013 
CHIPMAN, John. The Obsession: Tragedy in the North Atlantic. (Toronto): Viking Canada, (2007). Pp. [i]-xii,1-244, + [8] pages of plates. 8vo, green cloth. "In 2004, Canadian Tomas Evensen perished in the North Atlantic in thearms of his nephew after a failed attempt to sail to Norway. It was a trag ic death and one that left many unanswered questions: Why wasn't he wearingthe survival suit that could have saved his life? And why would an inexper ienced sailor undertake such a dangerous voyage? In this deeply compelling story, journalist John Chipman retraces Thomas's voyage from its beginnings- his boyhood dream of learning to sail with his father and his midlife de cision to fulfill that dream with his own son; culminating in the purchase of a sailboat ill-equipped for the journey. And then there is the voyage itself, a heart-stopping and ultimately doomed endeavour. Skillfully interweaving conversations with those whose lives were touched by Thomas, as well as his nephew's first-hand account of the boat's final days, John Chipman tells a story that is both harrowing and heart-breaking." -from the dj. Vg indj. 20.00

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118 CHOYCE, Lesley Coasts of Canada : A History. First Edition in dustjacket
Goose Lane Editions, Fredericton, NB, 2002, ISBN:0864923600 
CHOYCE, Lesley. The Coasts of Canada : A History. (Fredericton, NB): Goose Lane Editions, (2002). First Printing. Pp. 308. 8vo, blue cloth. The lives of those who live on the east and west coasts of Canada are invariably intertwined with the sea. This is the story of the civilizations that sprung upon the coasts of Canada, and the men and women who worked (and still do) o n the sea. "As benevolent as it is brutal, the sea has controlled Canada’s history and shaped our collective identity. The Coasts of Canada tells the stories of our east, west, and north coastlines, from the earliest human habitation until today. A coast-dweller himself, Lesley Choyce is fascinated by the legendary men of the sea, but his sympathy lies with the men and women whose everyday lives are governed by the country’s oceans. Brimming withheroes and villains, shipwrecks and rescues, roguery and virtue, and stori es of overcoming unimaginable odds, The Coasts of Canada is idiosyncratic, eclectic, and iconoclastic. It’s a book of discoveries, a record of misdeeds and misjudgements, and a pleas to preserve the good things of the sea, the shore, and the coastal communities.". Very good in dj. 25.00

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119 CLARK, Admont G. Lighthouses of Cape Cod - Martha's Vineyard - Nantucket : Their History andLore. First Edition in dustjacket
Parnassus Imprints, East Orleans, Massachusetts, 1992, ISBN:0940160544 
CLARK, Admont G., Captain USCGR, Retired. Lighthouses of Cape Cod - Martha's Vineyard - Nantucket : Their History and Lore. East Orleans, Massachusetts : Parnassus Imprints Inc., (1992). First Edition. Pp (6),vii-xii,1-244. Large 8vo, silver lettering to spine. Chapters: 1. Lighthouse History and Technology; 2. History of the Lighthouse Establishment; 3. Cape Cod - The Mariner's Nightmare; 4. Highland (Cape Cod) Light (1797); 5. Chatham Light (1808); 6. Point Gammon Light (1816); 7. Race Point Light (1816); 8. Billingsgate Island Light (1882); 9. Monomoy Point Light (1827); 10. Long Point Light (1827); 11. Nobska Point (Nobsque) Light (1827); 12. Sandy Neck Light (1836); 13. Nauset Beach Light (The Three Sisters) (1837); 14. Mayo's Beach Light (1836); 15. Wing's Neck Light (1849); 16. South Hyannis Light (1849); 17. Pamet (Parmet) Light (1849); 18. Bass River Light (1855); 19. Bishop andClerks Light (1858); 20. Wood End Light (1872); 21. Stage Harbor Light (18 80); 22. Early Nantucket; 23. Brant Point Light (1746); 24. Great Point Light (1784); 25. Sankaty Head Light (1849); 26. Early Martha's Vineyard; 27. Gay Head Light (1799); 28. Cape Poge Light (1801); 29. Holmes's Hole Light (1817); 30. Edgartown Light (1828); 31. East Chop Light (1876); 32. Cuttyhunk Island and Light (1823); 33. Naushon Island and Tarpaulin Cove Light (1749). Epilogue. Appendix A. Excerpts from Instruction to Light-Keepers of the United States (Senate Document 22), Lighthouse Board, 1852; Appendix B. Excerpt from Lights of the United States, Lighthouse Board, 1854; Appendix C. A Guided Automobile Tour of the Cape Cod and Island Lighthouses. "It is the story of these lighthouses in all its manifestations that Admont Clark puts before us in this profusely illustrated account. All the physical facts—when and where built, type and range of light, height above sea level etc.—are here, but the author's major emphasis is on the people who lived and worked in them, their day to day work and, on occasion, the extraordinary efforts that they were called upon to perform. " - from the dj. Very good dustjacket. 25.00

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120 CLIFFORD, Barry Lost Fleet : The Discovery of a Sunken Armada from the Golden Age of Piracy. 1st US in dj.
William Morrow, New York, 2002, ISBN:0060198184 
CLIFFORD, Barry. The Lost Fleet : The Discovery of a Sunken Armada from theGolden Age of Piracy. (New York): William Morrow, (2002). First US Printin g. Pp. (6),[vii]-xi,(3),[1]-287,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, black cloth spine with red paper covered boards with gilt lettering to spine. "On January 2, 1678, a fleet of French ships sank in the Caribbean Sea, one hundred miles off of the Venezuelan coast on the killer reef of Las Aves Island" - from thedj. The author, a deep-sea diver, explores the story behind the disaster, relating it to the upsurge of piracy in the region during the period. Initials in black marker to bottom edge, else vg in dj. 18.00

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