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Western Ocean : The Story of the North Atlantic   UK in dj, VILLIERS, Alan
301 VILLIERS, Alan Western Ocean : The Story of the North Atlantic UK in dj
Museum Press, London, 1957, 
VILLIERS, Alan. The Western Ocean : The Story of the North Atlantic. London: Museum Press Limited, 1957. First Edition.Pp (4),v-xi,(1),13-288, fronti s.+ 8 p. of photos. 8vo, green cloth. O'Dea 3289 for the U.S. edition entitled Wild Ocean. On our subject : Before Columbus: Phoenicians and Vikings; Pioneers from Portugal; Whalemen and Fishermen [with a long section on the Grand Banks and reference to Villiers' two trips there with the Portuguese]; Conquest By Air. Other references, many not found in the short index. Photos include one of the Argus and one captioned, "Lonely adventurer: one of the greatest at sea today - lone doryman fishing the Banks". Dampstaining to top and bottom edges of cloth, else vg in edgeworn and slightly waterstained dj. 80.00

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302 VILLIERS, Alan PONT, Charles Whalers of the Midnight Sun : A Story of Modern Whaling in the Antarctic.
Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1955, 
VILLIERS, Alan. Whalers of the Midnight Sun : A Story of Modern Whaling in the Antarctic. New York : Charles Scribner's Sons, (1955). Illustrated withten woodcuts by Charles Pont. Pp. 285, frontispiece. 8vo, grey illustrated cloth, black titles to front and spine. An exciting adventure for young bo ys, set in the whaling grounds of the Antarctic. Ex-library (label and inkstamps),spine browned, ends beginning to fray, cloth somewhat soiled, internally sound. 12.50

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303 VUILLEUMIER, Marion Rawson VUILLEUMIER, Louis Edward Way It Was On Olde Cape Cod. pbk.
Butterworth Company, West Yarmouth, MA, 1980, ISBN:0937338028 
VUILLEUMIER, Marion Rawson. The Way It Was On Olde Cape Cod : The history, personality and way of life of early settlers, earning a living on Olde Cape Cod. Illustrations by Louis Edward Vuilleumier. West Yarmouth, MA: The Butterworth Company, (1980). Pp. 80. 8vo, illustrated yellow card covers. A collection of anecdotes (some relating to whaling and fishing) regarding Cape Cod's history. Previously printed in 1968 and 1971 under the title Earning a Living on Olde Cape Cod. Chapters of nautical interest: "Salt From the Sea" (15-19), "Raise the Barrel -- Packet's Comin'" (20-24), "Are They Logsor Fish?" (37-41), "When Farmers were Whalers" (42-47). Spine sunned, fron t inner hinge tedner, else vg. 10.00

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304 WAKE, Val. Arctic in Colour 02:3 GIBSON) HUME, Steve Kingdom Carver
1973, 
WAKE, Val. "Kingdom Carver". An article on the Gibson family of British Columbia and their whaling company, in Arctic in Colour , Vol. 2, No.3, Autumn1973. Pp.8-14. Double column. Published by the Government of the Northwest Territories, Department of Information. Also : Jim Whelly's "Travel North : Good Planning is the Key" (pp.1-7); Steve Hume's "Albert Faille : Living Legend of the Nahanni" (pp.15-20); "Dettah : A Settlement Profile" (pp.21-29); David Oancia's "Resolute : 'Bursting at the Seams'" (pp.30-35); Alex Gordon's "Lapland" (pp.36-44). Vg. For the issue. 7.00

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305 WAKEFIELD, Edward Jerningham STEVENS, Joan, (ed.) New Zealand Classics. Adventure in New Zealand. abrigement, in dj.
Viking, Auckland, 1987, ISBN:0670819964 
WAKEFIELD, Edward Jerningham. Adventure in New Zealand. An abridgement, edited by Joan Stevens. (Auckland, New Zealand): Viking, (1987). Pp 320, including [16] pp of illustrations and [3] pp maps. 8vo, blue cloth. New ZealandClassics Series. Nineteen year old Edward Jerningham Wakefield, the son of the founder of the New Zealand Company kept a journal of his five years in New Zealand during the mid eighteen hundreds. "His friendships with the wh alers whose rough hospitality and courage he admired in contrast to the hypocrisy of the missionaries; the dramatic and often comic haggling over landsales; his meetings with the powerful Te Rauparaha; the excitement of war canoes on the attack; the tragedy of the Wairau "affair" [...]. -from the dust jacket. Contents include : 5. A Dangerous Voyage: Taranaki and Hokianga; 8. Life on a Whaling Station; 9. A Canoe Voyage on the Wanganui River; 13. By the River Route to Taupo; 18. The Wairau Massacre. Vg in rubbed dj. 35.00

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306 WARINNER, Emily V. Voyager to Destiny : The amazing adventures of Manjiro, the man who changed worlds twice.
Bobbs Merrill , Indianapolis, 1956, 
WARINNER, Emily V. Voyager to Destiny : The amazing adventures of Manjiro, the man who changed worlds twice. Indianapolis : Bobbs Merrill Co., (1956).Pp 268. Illustrated. 8vo, black cloth spine, green cloth boards. "The true story of the stupendous adventures of Manjiro, the Japanese who twice chan ged worlds: once in 1841 when he was shipwrecked, rescued by a Massachusetts whaler and carried to its home port, thousands of miles and centuries away from the Forbidden Kingdom; and ten years later, when, well versed in Occidental ideas and technical skills, he resolved to risk execution by returning to backward, archaic Japan." -from the dj. Very good in chipped dustjacket. 27.50

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307 WATSON, Norman Dundee Whalers : 1750-1914. pbk.
Tuckwell Press, East Linton, East Lothian, Scotland, 2003, ISBN:1862322074 
WATSON, Norman. The Dundee Whalers : 1750-1914 . (East Linton, East Lothian, Scotland): Tuckwell Press, (2003). Pp. [i]-viii,(4),[1]-204, + 24 p. of plates. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated yellowish card covers with pale green spine. "Forty Dundee whalers lie beneath the Arctic whaling grounds, crushed by ice. Imprisoned ships offered only a watery grave or a terrible ordeal. One man kept his frostbitten toes in his pocket. The clothes of men who fell dead from scurvy were taken by the men who followed them. Crews were driven to these limits of human endurance because whaling was as profitable as it was dangerous. [This volume] provides the first comprehensive study ofBritain's foremost whaling port, charting its humble beginnings, its exhil arting heyday and eventual decline as whales were hunted nearly to extinction." - from rear cover. Vg. 22.50

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308 WATSON, Paul AMORY, Cleveland, introd NEWMAN, Joseph, (ed.) ROGERS, Warren Sea Shepherd. 1st US in dj
Norton, New York, 1982, ISBN:0393014991 
WATSON, Paul. Sea Shepherd : My Fight for Whales and Seals by Paul Watson as told to Warren Rogers. Edited by Joseph Newman. Introduction by ClevelandAmory. N.Y.: W.W. Norton & Company, (1972). First Printing. Pp (8), [11]-2 58. Illustrated. 8vo, bluespine, blue boards. Especially Chapters 5, 7, and11: "The Labrador Front", "Return to Labrador" and "Shepherd on the Ice". Vg in dj. 30.00

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309 WATSON, Paul MOWAT, Farley, foreword Ocean Warrior. In dj
Key Porter, Toronto, 1994, ISBN:1550135694 
WATSON, Paul. Ocean Warrior : My Battle to End the Illegal Slaughter on theHigh Seas. (Tor.): Key Porter Books, (1994). First Printing. Pp (4), v-xv, (1), 1-264 + 8 pp. of plates. 8vo, blue cloth. Foreword by Farley Mowat. A wide-ranging book but here for Chapter 19: "The Great Canadian Cod War Cap er" (pp.237-257). With index. Vg in dj. 18.00

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310 WATSON, Paul, Captain MOWAT, Farley (foreword) Ocean Warrior. pbk.
Key Porter Books, Toronto, 1994, ISBN:1550135996 
WATSON, Paul, Captain. Ocean Warrior : My Battle to End the Illegal Slaughter on the Seas. Foreword by Farley Mowat. (Toronto): Key Porter Books, (1994). Pp. (i)-xv,[1],1-24, + 8 p. of plates. 8vo, illustrated pale card covers with blue-grey spine. The author -- a Canadian, and founding member of Greenpeace -- presents his case to end the widespread killing of the ocean's whales, seals and fish. Vg. 12.50

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311 WEYLER, Rex Greenpeace : How a Group of Ecologists, Journalists, and Visionaries Changed the World. signed in dj.
Raincoast Books, Vancouver, 2004, ISBN:155192529x 
WEYLER, Rex. Greenpeace: How a Group of Ecologists, Journalists, and Visionaries Changed the World. Vancouver: Raincoast Books, (2004). Pp. (1)-623,[1]. Illustrated. 8vo, grey cloth with silver lettering to spine. "The definitive record of the journey... of Greenpeace from a loosely organized protest group in Vancouver, Canada, into an international phenomenon that went head-to-head against corporations and governments." - from the dj. Contents: 0. Who Goes There? 1. The Bomb Stops Here, 2. Don't Make a Wave, 3. On an Ocean Named for Peace, 4. Law of the Sea, 5. Stop Ahab, 6. The Great Whale Conspiracy, 7. Mendocino Ridge, 8. Year of the Dragon, 9. Hotel Papa, 10. A Name for What is Natural, 11. Lawyers of the Rainbow, 12. The Sceptre, ~. Wereldraad. Vg in dj. Signed by the author on the title page. 50.00

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312 WEYLER, Rex Greenpeace : How a Group of Ecologists, Journalists, and Visionaries Changed the World. signed pbk
Raincoast Books, Vancouver, 2004, ISBN:1551928418 
WEYLER, Rex. Greenpeace: How a Group of Ecologists, Journalists, and Visionaries Changed the World. Vancouver: Raincoast Books, (2004). Pp. (1)-623,[1]. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated grey card covers. Vg. Signed without inscription by the author on the title page. 14.00

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313 Whaling) PURRINGTON, Philip (intro.) Whale Fishery of New England
Reynolds-DeWalt Printing, 1968, 
(Whaling). Whale Fishery of New England : An Account, with Illustrations and Some Interesting and Amusing Anecdotes, of the Rise and Fall of an Industry which has Made New England Famous throughout the World. Introduction by Philip Purrington. New Bedford, Mass.: Reynolds-DeWalt Printing, (1968). Pp63. 8vo, pale blue ill. card covers with blank spine. An attractively illu strated account of the subject originally published by the State Street Bank and Trust Company of Boston in 1915. Spine browned, else vg. 20.00

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314 WHEELER, James Cooper LUCAS, F.A., intro. There She Blows! : A Whaling Yarn. New US ed.
E.P. Dutton & Co., New York, 1926, 
WHEELER, James Cooper. There She Blows! : A Whaling Yarn. With an Introduction by Dr. F.A. Lucas. New York : E.P. Dutton & Co., (September 1926). New Edition. Pp 286. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated green cloth. See Jenkins, Bibliography of Whaling p. 159. A novel of New Bedford and Nantucket whalers.Very good. 25.00

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315 WHIPPLE, A.B.C. Yankee Whalers in the South Seas. First Edition
Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York, 1954, 
WHIPPLE, A.B.C. Yankee Whalers in the South Seas. Drawings by Richard M. Powers. Garden City, New York : Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1954. First Edition. Pp (6),[7-304. 8vo, grey cloth. "A.B.C. Whipple has collected the whaling lore of this whole extraordinary era - stories of ships sunk by rogue whales, tales of the real-life prototype of Moby Dick, and yarns of cannibalism, mutiny, and Polynesian "marriage." Such great captains as Pollard, Chase, Hussey, and Tilton sail through incredible exploits in the pages of this book. And Mr. Whipple pieces together the facts in Herman Melville Light spotting, else vg. No dj. 40.00

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316 WHIPPLE, A.B.C. Yankee Whalers in the South Seas. US in dj
Doubleday, 1954, 
WHIPPLE, A.B.C. Yankee Whalers in the South Seas. Drawings by Richard M. Powers. Garden City : Doubleday & Co., 1954. Pp 304. 8vo, grey cloth. Forster 269. "A.B.C. Whipple has collected the whaling lore of this whole extraordinary era - stories of ships sunk by rogue whales, tales of the real-life prototype of Moby Dick, and yarns of cannibalism, mutiny, and Polynesian "marriage." Such great captains as Pollard, Chase, Hussey, and Tilton sail through incredible exploits in the pages of this book. And Mr. Whipple pieces together the facts in Herman Melville's novels from Melville's own experiences on the high seas and the stories he had heard." - from the dj. Light spotting, else vg in dj. 40.00

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317 WHIPPLE, A.B.C. Time-Life Books : Seafarers Series Whalers, The. 2nd pr., trev.
Time-Life, 1980, 
WHIPPLE, A.B.C. and the Editors of Time-Life Books. The Whalers. Alexandria, Virginia : Time-Life Books, (1980). Second Printing, revised. Pp. (5),6-176. Illustrated throughout. 4to, black imitation morocco with pictorial inlay on upper board. Map end-papers. Forster 270. In The Seafarers series. Vg. 18.00

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318 WHIPPLE, A.B.C. Time-Life Books : Seafarers Series Whalers. First Edition
Time-Life, Alexandria, Virginia, 1979, 
WHIPPLE, A.B.C. and the Editors of Time-Life Books. The Whalers. Alexandria, Virginia : Time-Life Books, (1979). First Printing. Pp(5),[6]-176. Illustrated throughout. Large 8vo, black imitation morocco with pictorial inlay on upper board. Map end-papers. Addison Beecher Colvin ("Cal") Whipple (b. July 15, 1918, Glen Falls, New York – d. March 17, 2013, Greenwich, Connecticut). Forster 270. In The Seafarers series. Vg. 20.00

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319 WHITE, Howard, (ed.) Raincoast Chronicles First Five. Second Paperback Edition
Harbour Publishing, 1979, 
WHITE, Howard, (ed.). Raincoast Chronicles First Five Collector's Edition: Stories and History of the B.C. Coast. Foreword by Bob Hunter. Madeira Park, B.C.: Harbour Publishing, (1979). Second Paperback Edition. Pp 270. Large8vo, illustrated cardcovers. Hale and Barman British Columbia Local Histor ies: A Bibliography 1,001. Among the Hippies' few admirable traits was their promiscuous love of the past and their willingness to learn from it. Thisvolume gathers stories, photographs, poems, songs, reviews, editorials, in structions, etc. relating to the British Columbian coast, its natural and cultural histories; presented in a style more than faintly reminiscent of the original Whole Earth Catalog. Number 1. Rum Running Ed Starkins B.C. Whaling: The Indians Jon Van Arsdell Noticias de Nutka Scott Lawrance Pender Harbour: A Steamer Stop Jackie Holecka George Bowerings "Captain Vancouver" Scott Lawrance Petroglyphs Scott Lawrance The Haida Potato Scott Lawrance A B.C. Leper Colony Ed Starkins They Don't Make 'Em Anymore Dept. - Martha Warnock Jackie Holecka. Number 2 . Pioneer Steamers of Vancouver Harbour Scotty McIntyre Lighthouses of the B.C. Coast Howard White, Scotty McIntyre Buddhist Columbia Scott Lawrance Towboating Peggy McCaffrey Tsimsyan Myths Scott Lawrance The Cargo-Hulks Peter Trower The Wanderings of an Artist: Paul Kane at the Pacific Scott Lawrance Notes & Queries Raincoast Place Names: The Nawhitti Country Lester R. Peterson B.C. Whaling: The White Men Peter Trower They Don't Make 'Em Anymore Department: Basil Joe D.G. Pool. Number 3.From the Hill to the Spill: A breathless history of B.C. loggingPeter Trow er Railways in the Woods Scott Lawrance Marry'n and Barry'n Logger Style Canon Alan Greene Book Review: Chiefly Indian Scott Lawrance How It Was With Trucks Frank and Howard White Poems by Peter Trower, Logger Peter Trower A Fir Tree of the Mind Todd Carney Sojourn at Junkie Log Peter Trower Notes &Queries They Don't Make 'Em Anymore Department: Baker John Kelly. Number 4 . British Columbia's Depopulated Coast Lester R. Peterson Sointula: Saltfish and Spuds Utopia Scott Lawrance Growing Up in Bella Coola Leslie Kopas Bringing the Indians to their Knees: The coast's first Christian mission Howard White Ghostcamps of Howe Sound Peter Trower Notes & Queries The Great Pacific Sealhunt Patrick Lane Non-European Iron Among the Haida: New evidenceDavid Ellis The Tale of the Snot Boy Charles E. Lillard They Don't Make 'E m Anymore Department: Captain Herbert Clifton Donald Peck Book Review: Miston the River Scott Lawrance. Number 5. Skiffs, Gillnets and Poverty-Stocks Peter Trower Sunrise at the Fraser's Mouth Al Purdy The Welcome Guests Sco tt Lawrance Day of the Hand Troller Hubert Evans Eulachon. Salvation Scott Lawrance Fishing Rivers Inlet by Sail and Oar Lester R. Peterson Garden Variety Scott Lawrance Halibut: Scenting Woman Scott Lawrance Tides Howard White and Margaret McCaffrey The Bank Trollers Bertrand W. Sinclair Book Reviews Peter Trower, Howard White Unloading a Dragger at Campbell Avenue & Stikine Allan Safarik They Don't Make 'Em Anymore: Peck Easthope Howard White Pioneers in Paradise: Roy Padgett Robert Wishlaw and Howard White. Rubbed, else very good. 22.00

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320 WHITING, Emma Mayhew HOUGH, Henry Beetle Whaling Wives.
Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1952, 
WHITING, Emma Mayhew and Henry Beetle HOUGH. Whaling Wives. Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1953. Pp (4),v-xx,(4),1-293,(3) + frontispiece + 12 papges of illustrations. 8vo, black cloth spine, blue cloth boards, silver lettering to spine.Map end-papers. Forster 272. "This rich store of old records and unpublished letters and diaries, discovered in the ancient houses of Martha'sVineyard, presents a new and highly entertaining side of America's most ad venturous industry. For though whaling itself has been the subject of many books, little is known and less recorded of those courageous women who wentto sea with their husbands, who set up housekeeping aboard ship as best th ey could, and who cheerfully assumed the bleak home address, "Pacific Ocean." - from the dj [NOTE dustjacket not present with this copy]. Chapters : 1. 1. Whither Thou Goest; 2. Aboard Ship; 3. Out and Far; 2. 1. Kangaroos and Kauri Gum - William and Caroline Mayhew on the Warren, Luminary,and Powhatan, 1834-49 ;2. Mary Carlin from Sydney - James F. Cleaveland and Mary Carlin on the Mary Wilder, 1851-52 3. 1. How It was in the Ochotsk - Nehemiah Fisher and Susan Folger on the Cowper, 1851-53; 2. Two Boys in the Arctic -Joseph Holley and Lucy Norton Ripley on the Polar Star with Tristram Riple y Holley, 1852-56; John Oliver Norton and Charity Randall on the John Coggeshall with Ben Luce, 1852-55; 3. Life and Death on the Barnstable - RoswellCoon and Harriet Cleveland on the Barnstable,1851-55; 4. 1. First at Hakod ate [Japan] - Nathaniel M. Jernegan and Abigail S. Vincent on the Eliza F. Mason, 1853-57; 2. Ordeal by Fire - How the Eliza F. Mason Was Nearly Lost - 3. Sakhalin and Honolulu - More Hazards for Nathaniel and Abigail ; 5. 1.The Paps of Concepción William Cleveland and Clarissa L. Dexter on the Mor ning Star, 1853-57; 2. Mary Carlin's Family - James F. Cleaveland and Mary Carlin on the Seconet, 1855-60; 3. "Lots of Comfort" - Nathan M. Jernegan and Charlotte Corday Dunham on the Niger, 1856-60; 4. Fashion Note -Nathan and Charlotte Arrive Home; 6. 1. Absence and the Heart - Jared Fisher, Jr., and Desire A. Osborn on the Navigator, 1858-63; 2. Girl in a Hurricane - Shubael H. Norton and Susan Colt on the Splendid, 1856-62; 3. To Put in a Parlor - Henry A. Pease, Jr., and Phebe Ann Smith on the Cambria, 1858-62; 7. 1. Purseuer Pursued - Hervey E. Luce and Sarah Reynolds Luce on the MorningStar, 1862-63; 2. Beyond Time in the Banda Sea [in the Maluku Islands of I ndonesia]- Daniel F. Worth and Jane Harding on the Gazelle, 1862-66; 3. Portrait of Jane - Daniel and Jane Worth on the Gazelle; 8. 1. Appointments inthe Pacific - Jared Jernegan and Helen Clark on the Oriole, 1863-66, and t he Roman, 1868-71; 2. Mutiny on the Roman - Jared and Helen Jernegan in Difficulty ; 3. A Child's Diary of Whaling - Little Laura Jernegan; ; 9. 1. Ethelinda in the Arctic - Valentine Lewis and Ethelinda Claghom on the Corinthian, 1866-68; 2. On Blossom Shoals - Valentine and Ethelinda Abandon Ship;3. Aboard the Europa - Thomas Metten and Kate Courtney on the Europa, 1866 —72; 4. Ethelinda Sails Again - Valentine Lewis and Ethelinda Claghorn on the Thomas Dickason, 1869-71; 10. 1. Arctic Rendezvous - Benjamin Dexter andAlmira E. Luce on the Emily Morgan, 1868-71; 2. Ice - Almira Dexter in Anx ious Days; 11. 1. Another Part of the Ocean - George A. Smith and Lucy P. Vincent on the Nautilus, 1869-74; 2. Housewife at Sea - Lucy Smith's Busy Days on the Nautilus; 3. The Ordeal - Lucy Smith Learns the Whaling Life; 4. Mr. Holmes - Lucy Smith Has Social Frictions; 5. St. Helena - Lucy Smith from the Congo to Ladder Hill; ; 12. 1. Rocking-Chair Rescue - Daniel F. Worth and Jane Harding on the Para, 1867-71; 2. Still Another Part of the Ocean- Hervey and Sarah Luce on the Cleone, 1868-72; 3. Uncle John and Aunt Cha rity - John O. Norton and Charity Randall on the Ionia, 1867-71; ; 13. 1. To the Sooloo Sea - Shuhael H. Norton and Ellen M. Vincent on the Alaska, 1867-71; 2. Tristram and Eliza - Tristram P. Ripley and Eliza M. Mayhew on the Mercury, 1869; 3. Lucy Rounds the Horn - George A. Smith and Lucy P. Vincent on the Nautilus, 1869-74; 14. 1. Honolulu Idyll - George A. Smith and Lucy P. Vincent on the Nautilus, 1869-74; 2. Again the Europa - Thomas Mellen and Kate Courtney on the Europa, 1866-72; 3. Between Seasons - Lucy Smithfrom the Golden Gate to Diamond Head ; 4. Three Wives - Lucy Smith of the Nautilus, Mary Smith of the Northern Light, and Jane Owen of the Jireh Perry; 15. 1. Lipei Naij - Henry Fletcher Worth and Lipei Naij, 1867-97; 2. "A Land that is Fairer than Day" - Henry Worth and Lipei Naij; 16. 1. Carolineat Home- Caroline Mayhew, the Tristram P. Ripleys, and the Nathaniel M. Je rnegans in After Years 2; . End of the Osmanli - Abraham Osborn, Jr., and Lucy M. P. Hobart on the Osmanli, 1875-78 3. Parnell Disliked the Sea - Charles W. Fisher and Parnell S. Pease on the Alaska, 1885-89; 17. 1. Pacific Honeymoon - Eugene O. Thaxter and Mabel Marchant on the Helen Mar, 1891-92; 2. Charlotte Corday's Daughter - Samuel P. Smith and Amy C. Jemegan on the Napoleon, 1884-85; 3. Billy Earle's Son - James A. M. Earle and Honor Matthews on the Charles W. Morgan, 1890-1906; 18. 1. A Dream on the Horatio - Ellsworth West and Gertrude Eager on the California, 1893-97, and on the Horatio, 1898-99; 2. A Little Girl Remembered - George W. Brown, Mary Crowell, and Their Daughter Gertrude on the Hunter, 1883; 3. Harriet Turned Back - Benjamin Tilton and Harriet N. Cottle on the Alexander, 1899; 4. Steam in the Arctic - Stephen F. Cottle and Adelaide Mayhew on the Belvedere and Karluk, 1905-13; 5. Ten years at Sea - John S. Reynolds and Charlotte Hillman onthe Mattapoisett, Francis A. Barstow, James Arnold, and Sunbeam, 1886-97; 6. Home Port - How the Old Days Lived On.. With index. Light wear to edges,else very good. 40.00

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