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161 CHANUKOFF, Lon Submarine Z-1. in dj.
Citadel Press, 1960, 
CHANUKOFF, Lon. Submarine Z-1: a novel. NY: Citadel Press, (1960). Pp 221. 8vo, purple cloth spine, paper-covered boards. Anderson 209. A rather claustrophobic novel concerning "the greatest submarine that ever came off the production line", her mad Yankee captain, and twenty men sealed for days in one of her compartments at the bottom of the ocean. Vg in chipped dj. 20.00

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162 CHAPELLE, Howard I. History of The American Sailing Navy : The Ships and Their Development. Bonanza no dj
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CHAPELLE, Howard I. The History of The American Sailing Navy : The Ships and Their Development. N.Y.: Bonanza Books, (n.d.). Pp 558. Illustrated. Lg 8vo, tan cloth, blue cloth boards. Chapters : 1. The Colonial Period; 2. TheContinental Navy, 1775-1785; 3. The Federal Navy, 1785-1801; 4. The Gunboa t Navy, 1801-1812; 5. The War Navy, 1812-1816; 6. The Postwar Navy, 1816-1830; 7. The Bureaucratic Navy, 1830-1840; 8. The Last Years of Sail, 1840-1855. With appendix and index. Light spotting to spine, inner hinges tender, else good. Lacking dj. 20.00

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163 CHAPELLE, Howard I. History of The American Sailing Navy : The Ships and Their Development.. Bonanza in dj
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CHAPELLE, Howard I. The History of The American Sailing Navy : The Ships and Their Development. N.Y.: Bonanza Books, (n.d.). Pp 558. Illustrated. Lg 8vo, tan cloth, blue cloth boards. Chapters : 1. The Colonial Period; 2. TheContinental Navy, 1775-1785; 3. The Federal Navy, 1785-1801; 4. The Gunboa t Navy, 1801-1812; 5. The War Navy, 1812-1816; 6. The Postwar Navy, 1816-1830; 7. The Bureaucratic Navy, 1830-1840; 8. The Last Years of Sail, 1840-1855. With appendix and index. Bookplate, ow vg in lightly worn dj. 50.00

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164 CHAPELLE, Howard I. History of The American Sailing Navy. Bonanza in dj
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CHAPELLE, Howard I. The History of The American Sailing Navy : The Ships and Their Development. N.Y.: Bonanza Books, (n.d.). Pp 558. Illustrated. Lg 8vo, tan cloth, blue cloth boards. Chapters : 1. The Colonial Period; 2. TheContinental Navy, 1775-1785; 3. The Federal Navy, 1785-1801; 4. The Gunboa t Navy, 1801-1812; 5. The War Navy, 1812-1816; 6. The Postwar Navy, 1816-1830; 7. The Bureaucratic Navy, 1830-1840; 8. The Last Years of Sail, 1840-1855. With appendix and index. Brown staining to edges, else vg in worn, chipped, torn dj. 45.00

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165 CHAPELLE, Howard I. History of The American Sailing Navy. Bonanza in dj
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CHAPELLE, Howard I. The History of The American Sailing Navy : The Ships and Their Development. N.Y.: Bonanza Books, (n.d.). Pp 558. Illustrated. Lg 8vo, tan cloth, blue cloth boards. Chapters : 1. The Colonial Period; 2. TheContinental Navy, 1775-1785; 3. The Federal Navy, 1785-1801; 4. The Gunboa t Navy, 1801-1812; 5. The War Navy, 1812-1816; 6. The Postwar Navy, 1816-1830; 7. The Bureaucratic Navy, 1830-1840; 8. The Last Years of Sail, 1840-1855. With appendix and index. Name, else vg in slightly chipped dj. 50.00

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166 CHAPELLE, Howard I. WALES, George C. CHAPELLE, Howard I. RUSK, Henry History of American Sailing Ships. Bonanza reprint in dj
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CHAPELLE, Howard I. The History of American Sailing Ships . With drawings by the author and George C. Wales and Henry Rusk. N.Y.: Bonanza Books, (n.d.). "w" printing. Pp (4),v-xv,(3),1-400, including frontis., and numerous drawings to text + [14] pp of plates. Lg 8vo, blue cloth. Chapters : 1. The Colonial Period; 2. Naval Craft; 3. Privateers and Slavers; 4. Revenue Cutters; 5. The American Schooner; 6. Merchant Craft; 7. Sailing Yachts. With appendix and index. "An account of the evolution of the American sailing ships has many possibilities; it is an opportunity to reproduce a little of thebeauty of the rakish or stately ships of the past, to identify their desig ners who were important for one reason or another. Then, too, there is the possibility of obtaining the real facts as to "inventions" and "influences." Also, it is possible to arrive at certain conclusions as to the comparative importance of certain types, ships and builders or designers. Greatest of all possibilities, however is that of learning to appreciate the intellect and ability of past generations." -from the Introduction. Vg in rubbed, hinge-split, spine-chipped dj. 35.00

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167 CHAPELLE, Howard I. WALES, George C. CHAPELLE, Howard I. RUSK, Henry History of American Sailing Ships. Bonanza reprint in dj
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CHAPELLE, Howard I. The History of American Sailing Ships . With drawings by the author and George C. Wales and Henry Rusk. N.Y.: Bonanza Books, (n.d.). "D" printing. Pp (4),v-xv,(3),1-400, including frontis., and numerous drawings to text + [14] pp of plates. Lg 8vo, blue cloth. Chapters : 1. The Colonial Period; 2. Naval Craft; 3. Privateers and Slavers; 4. Revenue Cutters; 5. The American Schooner; 6. Merchant Craft; 7. Sailing Yachts. With appendix and index. "An account of the evolution of the American sailing ships has many possibilities; it is an opportunity to reproduce a little of thebeauty of the rakish or stately ships of the past, to identify their desig ners who were important for one reason or another. Then, too, there is the possibility of obtaining the real facts as to "inventions" and "influences." Also, it is possible to arrive at certain conclusions as to the comparative importance of certain types, ships and builders or designers. Greatest of all possibilities, however is that of learning to appreciate the intellect and ability of past generations." -from the Introduction. Vg in short-closed-torn, spine-nicked dj. 35.00

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168 Chaplains - U.S. Navy] History of the Chaplain Corps, United States Navy, 10) HALLEY, Michael D., ed. WHITE, David E., foreword United States Navy Chaplains, 1982-1991 : Biographical and Service Record Sketches of Chaplains on Active Duty During the Period 1 January 1982 - 31 December 1991 : Volume X in the history of the Chaplain Corps, United StatesNavy
Chaplain Resource Board, Norfolk, VA, 1993, 
[Chaplains - U.S. Navy]. United States Navy Chaplains, 1982-1991 : Biographical and Service Record Sketches of Chaplains on Active Duty During the Period 1 January 1982 - 31 December 1991 : Volume X in the history of the Chaplain Corps, United States Navy . Edited by Michael D. Halley. [Foreword by Rear-Admiral David E. White]. Norfolk, VA: Chaplain Resource Board, (1993).Pp. (2),iii-xxiii,(1),1-310,(18) of index,(4). Illustrated. Double column. 4to, blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Spine reads: "History of the Chaplain Corps, U.S. Navy, X, Biographies 1982-1991." Contents : Foreword; Photographic Section; Introduction; List of Abbreviations; Chaplain Corps Grey Shepherd Award; Biographical Sketches; Index. Very good. Uncommon. 90.00

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169 CHAPMAN, Harry. Nova Scotia's Role in the War of 1812.
Dartmouth Historical Association, Dartmouth, NS, 2012, ISBN:9780973930177 
CHAPMAN, Harry. Nova Scotia's Role in the War of 1812. Dartmouth : Dartmouth Historical Association, (2012). First Printing. Pp. (8),3-100,(6). Illustrated in black and white. 8vo, illustrated grey glossy paper covered boardswith red and brown lettering to front board, brown lettering to spine. "Th e War of 1812 is dubbed by some historians as the 'Forgotten War'. It was aconflict between the British Empire and the United States of America. Alth ough there were no land battles fought on Nova Scotian soil, the province played an important role in the conflict. Nova Scotia was the base for the North Atlantic fleet of Britain's navy. From Halifax Harbour, British warships sailed out to do battle with the American navy, to blockade American seaports, and to protect convoys of trade between British North America and Great Britain. It was from Halifax that an expedition of British warships andsoldiers left to capture and occupy the town of Castine and the northeaste rn part of Maine. Privateer vessels set forth from several Nova Scotian harbours to wage war on America's merchant fleet. The actions and heroics of the privateers left an indelible mark on the pages of Nova Scotia's history.The Dartmouth Historical Association hopes that the publication of this bo ok will ensure that the War of 1812, and in particular Nova Scotia's role in that conflict, will no longer be forgotten." - from the rear cover. Part 1. A Call to Arms. (The Causes of the War of 1812 - The Americans Invade - Nova Scotia at the Start of the 19th Century). Part 2. Naval War on the East Coast. (Britannia Rules the Waves: The British Navy : 1812 - "Don't Give Up the Ship": The American Navy : 1812 - The Shannon and Chesapeake Sea Battle - After the Sea Battle). Part 3. Bluenose Privateers. (Liverpool, the Port of Privateers - The Privateers - The Privateers' Fraternity - The Liverpool Packet - Melville and Deadman's Islands). Part 4. Invasion of America.(Halifax, the Gathering Place - The Invasion of Maine - The Flight to Free dom). Part 5. The Aftermath. (The Treaty of Ghent - The Legacy of the War of 1812). With Sources and two appendices: 1. Glossary of Terms; 2. Privateer Vessels. Very good. 18.00

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170 CHAPMAN, Harry. Nova Scotia's Role in the War of 1812. Signed, hardcover.
Dartmouth Historical Association, Dartmouth, NS, 2012, ISBN:9780973930177 
CHAPMAN, Harry. Nova Scotia's Role in the War of 1812. Dartmouth, Nova Scotia : Dartmouth Historical Association, (2012). First Printing. Pp. (8),3-100,(6). Illustrated in black and white. 8vo, illustrated grey glossy paper covered boards with red and brown lettering to front board, brown lettering to spine. "The War of 1812 is dubbed by some historians as the 'Forgotten War'. It was a conflict between the British Empire and the United States of America. Although there were no land battles fought on Nova Scotian soil, the province played an important role in the conflict. Nova Scotia was the base for the North Atlantic fleet of Britain's navy. From Halifax Harbour, British warships sailed out to do battle with the American navy, to blockadeAmerican seaports, and to protect convoys of trade between British North A merica and Great Britain. It was from Halifax that an expedition of Britishwarships and soldiers left to capture and occupy the town of Castine and t he northeastern part of Maine. Privateer vessels set forth from several Nova Scotian harbours to wage war on America's merchant fleet. The actions andheroics of the privateers left an indelible mark on the pages of Nova Scot ia's history. The Dartmouth Historical Association hopes that the publication of this book will ensure that the War of 1812, and in particular Nova Scotia's role in that conflict, will no longer be forgotten." - from the rearcover. Part 1. A Call to Arms. (The Causes of the War of 1812 - The Americ ans Invade - Nova Scotia at the Start of the 19th Century). Part 2. Naval War on the East Coast. (Britannia Rules the Waves: The British Navy : 1812 -"Don't Give Up the Ship": The American Navy : 1812 - The Shannon and Chesa peake Sea Battle - After the Sea Battle). Part 3. Bluenose Privateers. (Liverpool, the Port of Privateers - The Privateers - The Privateers' Fraternity - The Liverpool Packet - Melville and Deadman's Islands). Part 4. Invasion of America. (Halifax, the Gathering Place - The Invasion of Maine - The Flight to Freedom). Part 5. The Aftermath. (The Treaty of Ghent - The Lagacyof the War of 1812). With Sources and two appendices: 1. Glossary of Terms ; 2. Privateer Vessels. Very good. Signed without inscription by the authoron the title page. 20.00

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171 CHARLESTON, S.C.) Ho. of Reps. 24th Congress, 1st Session Rep. No. 199. Navy Yard- Charleston, S.C.
House of Representatives, 1836, 
(CHARLESTON, S.C.). Navy Yard- Charleston, S.C. : In the Matter of Bill H.R. No. 203. (Washington, D.C.): House of Representatives, 1836. Pp 46. 8vo, disbound. Ho. of Reps. 24th Congress, 1st Session Rep. No. 199. A report from the Committee of Naval Affairs outlining the case presented by the citizens of Charleston in support of the establishment of a Navy Yard in that city. Some discoloration, else vg. 65.00

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172 CHESTER, Alvin P Destroyer Escort Sailor's Association. Sailor's Odyssey: At Peace and at War 1935-1945. in dj.
Odysseus Books, Miami, 1991, 
CHESTER, Alvin P. A Sailor's Odyssey: At Peace and at War 1935-1945: Special Edition for the Destroyer Escort Sailor's Association. Miami: Odysseus Books, (1991). Pp 289. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth. The biography of a sailor who began his career in steam merchant vessels in the 1930s, and who roseto command a Destroyer in the USN during World War Two, seeing considerabl e action in the Pacific. Vg in dj. 35.00

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173 CHRISTMAN, Albert B HOOPER, Edwin B., Vice Admiral. Sailors, Scientists, and Rockets. no dj. signed
Naval History Division, 1971, 
CHRISTMAN, Albert B. Sailors, Scientists, and Rockets: Origins of the Navy Rocket Program and of the Naval Ordnance Test Station, Inyokern. With an introduction by Vice Admiral Edwin B. Hooper. Washington: Naval History Division, 1971. Pp 303. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth. History of the Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, California Volume I. The Naval Ordnance Test Center was one of the pioneering facilities in the development of Southern California's military-technological infrastructure. In association with CalTech, it was instrumental in the development of the forward-firing missile as an effective weapon of war. Light wear, small bookplate, else vg. Inscribed by the author. 70.00

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174 CHURCHILL, Winston). HIGGINS, Maria S. Naval War College Review Volume XXV, Number 3/Sequence Number 252 November-GADDIS, John L. BATHURST, Robert B. Winston S. Churchill's Legacy to the Royal Navy, 1911-1915.
Naval War College Review, 1974, 
(CHURCHILL, Winston). HIGGINS, Maria S. "Winston S. Churchill's Legacy to the Royal Navy, 1911-1915." An article in Naval War College Review, Volume XXVII, Number 3/Sequence Number 252 November-December 1974, pp. 67-77. Newport, R.I.: Naval War College Review, 1974. Pp 94. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated beige card covers. Also: "The Cold War: Some Lessons for Policymakers" by Professor John L. Gaddis; "The Patterns of Naval Analysis" by Captain Robert B. Bathurst, U.S. Navy; "The Issues and Costs of the New United StatesNuclear Policy" by Professor Lawrence J. Korb; "The Law of the Sea Confere nce: Issues in Current Negotiations" by Professor Lewis M. Alexander; "Diplomacy and Defense Planning" by Lieutenant Commander John G. Kost, U.S. Navy. Vg. For the issue. 12.00

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175 Civil War Civil War Naval Chronology 1861-1865. Parts I, IV, & V
Naval History Division, Office of the Chief Naval Operations, Washington, D.C., 1961, 
(Civil War). Civil War Naval Chronology 1861-1865. Parts I, IV, & V. Washington, D.C.: Naval History Division, Office of the Chief Naval Operations, Navy Department, 1961. Pp iii-iv,1-41,(1); iii-iv,1-151,(3); iii-vi,1-149,(3). Illustrated. 4to, triple-hole-punched loose leaves, unbound. Part I (1861), Part IV – 1864; Part V – 1865. A couple of short tears to front cover, else very good. Parts I, IV and V only. 40.00

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176 Civil War - Naval ERICSSON, John BUTTS, Francis B. HAYWOOD, P.D. Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine. Vol. XXXI, New Series Vol. IX, November 1885 to April 1886
F. Warne & Co., London, 1886, 
(Civil War - Naval). The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine. Vol. XXXI, New Series Vol. IX, November 1885 to April 1886. London : F. Warne & Co., 1886. Pp (2),[i]-viii,[1]964. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. Large 8vo, maroon half calf, purple paper covered boards, gilt lettering to spine. Of nautical interest : “The Monitors” by Capt. John Ericsson (pp 280-299, with 21 plates and plans); “The Loss of the Monitor” by A Survivor (Francis B. Butts) (pp 299-302); “Life on the Alabama” by One of the Crew (P.D. Haywood) (pp 901-910, with 10 plates); “Cruise and Combats of the Alabama” By Her Executive Officer (Jno. McIntosh Kell) (pp 911-922, with 8 plates and 2 maps); “The Duel Between the Alabama and the Kearsarge” by the Surgeon of the Kearsarge (John M. Browne) (pp 923-934, with 10 plates). Other contents : Recent Architecture in America; The Churches of the United States; Creole Slave Dances / Songs; Italy from a Tricycle; Teheran – The City of Persia; Mountaineering in Persia; A Photographer's Visit to Persia; “The Private History of a Campaign That Failed” by Mark Twain (pp 193-204, illustrated); and more. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES MAY APPLY DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Spine sunned to brown, rubbed and edgeworn, contemporary penned name, else a very good, solid copy. 75.00

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177 CLANCY, Tom Carrier
Berkley Books, New York, 1999, ISBN:0425166821 
CLANCY, Tom. Carrier : A Guided Tour of an Aircraft Carrier. NY: Berkley Books, (1999). Pp. 348. 8vo, illustrated card covers with red spine. Lightly rubbed, else vg. 15.00

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178 CLANCY, Tom SSN
HarperCollins Publishers, London, 1997, ISBN:0002256290 
CLANCY, Tom. SSN : Strategies of Submarine Warfare. (L.): HarperCollins Publishers, (1997). Pp. 336. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. Faint creasing, else vg. 12.00

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179 CLANCY, Tom SSN : Strategies of Submarine Warfare. pbk
Berkley Books, 1996, 
CLANCY, Tom. SSN : Strategies of Submarine Warfare. NY: Berkley Books, (1996). Pp 336. 8vo, ill. card covers. A thriller positing various scenarios for nuclear war between China and the United States. Based on a bestselling CD-ROM. Vg. 15.00

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180 CLARK, J. J., Admiral and Captain Dwight H. BARNES BARNES, Dwight H., Captain. Watts Sea Power Library Sea Power and Its Meaning. presentation copy signed by author in dj
Franklin Watts, 1966, 
CLARK, J. J., Admiral and Captain Dwight H. BARNES. Sea Power and Its Meaning. New York: Franklin Watts, (1966). First Printing. Pp. 138 + [16] pp of plates. Illustrations to text. 8vo, pale blue cloth. The Watts Sea Power Library. After reviewing the economic importance of international trade to America, and the historical significance of the power of nations that have dominated the seas, the authors put forward very strong arguments that the United States Navy be used to insure unimpeded movement of mercantile trade on the world's oceans. Presentation copy signed by one of the authors, JJ "Jacko" Clark. Slightly cocked, spine ends bumped, some browning to end papers, ow vg in lightly chipped and torn (two small tears to spine) dj. 20.00

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