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1 KINDER, Gary Ship of Gold in the Deep Blue Sea. ill. card covers [pb]
Abacus, 1998, ISBN:0349110999 
KINDER, Gary. Ship of Gold in the Deep Blue Sea. (L.): Abacus, (1999). Pp 507. Illustrated. + [8] pp of colour plates. 8vo, illustrated card covers. "In September 1857, the SS Central America, a side-wheel steamer carrying nearly six hundred passengers returning from the California Gold Rush, foundered in a hurricane and sank two hundred miles off the Carolina coast. Over hundred lives and twenty-one tons of California gold were lost. It was the worst peacetime disaster at sea in American history, a tragedy that remained lost in legend for over a century. In the 1980s, a young engineer from Ohio set out to do what no one, not even the United States Navy, had been able to do: establish a working presence on the deep-ocean floor and open it to science, archaeology, history, medicine, and recovery. The SS Central America became the target of his project." -from a previous edition's dust jacket. Rubbed, pages yellowing, previous owner's name, ow good. 10.00

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2 KINDER, Gary Ship of Gold in the Deep Blue Sea. 1st US in dj
Atlantic Monthly Press, New York, 1998, ISBN:0871134640 
KINDER, Gary. Ship of Gold in the Deep Blue Sea. N.Y.: Atlantic Monthly Press, (1998). First US Printing. Pp 507. Illustrated. 8vo, navy spine, blue boards. "In September 1857, the SS Central America, a side-wheel steamer carrying nearly six hundred passengers returning from the California Gold Rush, foundered in a hurricane and sank two hundred miles off the Carolina coast. Over hundred lives and twenty-one tons of California gold were lost. It was the worst peacetime disaster at sea in American history, a tragedy thatremained lost in legend for over a century. In the 1980s, a young engineer from Ohio set out to do what no one, not even the United States Navy, had been able to do: establish a working presence on the deep-ocean floor and open it to science, archaeology, history, medicine, and recovery. The SS Central America became the target of his project." - from the dj. Vg in dj. 30.00

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3 KINDER, Gary Ship of Gold in the Deep Blue Sea. 2nd US in dj
Atlantic Monthly Press, New York, 1998, ISBN:0871134640 
KINDER, Gary. Ship of Gold in the Deep Blue Sea. N.Y.: Atlantic Monthly Press, (1998). Second US Printing. Pp 507. Illustrated. 8vo, navy spine, blue boards. "In September 1857, the SS Central America, a side-wheel steamer carrying nearly six hundred passengers returning from the California Gold Rush, foundered in a hurricane and sank two hundred miles off the Carolina coast. Over hundred lives and twenty-one tons of California gold were lost. Itwas the worst peacetime disaster at sea in American history, a tragedy tha t remained lost in legend for over a century. In the 1980s, a young engineer from Ohio set out to do what no one, not even the United States Navy, hadbeen able to do: establish a working presence on the deep-ocean floor and open it to science, archaeology, history, medicine, and recovery. The SS Central America became the target of his project." - from the dj. Previous owner's nameticket, else vg in dj. 25.00

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4 KINDER, Gary Ship of Gold in the Deep Blue Sea. First Canadian Edition in dustjacket
Random House of Canada, Toronto, 1998, 
KINDER, Gary. Ship of Gold in the Deep Blue Sea. (Toronto) : Random House of Canada, (1998). First Canadian Printing. Pp 507. Illustrated. 8vo, black cloth spine. "In September 1857, the SS Central America, a side-wheel steamer carrying nearly six hundred passengers returning from the California Gold Rush, foundered in a hurricane and sank two hundred miles off the Carolina coast. Over hundred lives and twenty-one tons of California gold were lost. It was the worst peacetime disaster at sea in American history, a tragedy that remained lost in legend for over a century. In the 1980s, a young engineer from Ohio set out to do what no one, not even the United States Navy, had been able to do: establish a working presence on the deep-ocean floorand open it to science, archaeology, history, medicine, and recovery. The SS Central America became the target of his project." - from the dj. Very good in dustjacket. 25.00

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