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1 JACKSON, Gordon History and Archaeology of Ports. in dj.
World's Work, Tadworth, Surrey, 1983, ISBN:0437075397 
JACKSON, Gordon. The History and Archaeology of Ports. (Tadworth, Surrey, England): World's Work, (1983). Pp 176. Illustrated. 4to, blue cloth. An impressively researched and well illustrated analysis of the emergence of British ports from the Middle Ages to the twentieth century by a professor of economic history at the University of Strathclyde. Vg in dj. 90.00

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2 JACKSON, J.A LECKIE, Gordon W., ed. MORTON, W.L., ed. CAMPBELL, Murray. Papers Read before the Historical and Scientific Society of Manitoba. III:6.
Advocate Printers, 1951, 
JACKSON, J.A., Gordon W. LECKIE, and W.L. MORTON, eds. Papers Read before the Historical and Scientific Society of Manitoba Series III Number 6. Winnipeg: Advocate Printers Ltd., 1951. Pp 56. 8vo, stapled printed card covers. Contents comprise: "The Postal History of Red River, British North America" by Murray Campbell; "The Question of Louis Riel's Insanity" by Olive Knox; "Pioneer Protestant Ministers at Red River" by Harry Shave; "The Language Problem in Manitoba Schools" by Robert Fletcher. Rubbed, else vg. 20.00

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3 JACKSON, Gordon and David M. WILLIAMS, (eds.) LAMBERT, Andrew D. Shipping, Technology and Imperialism : Papers Presented to the Third British-Dutch Maritime History Conference
Scolar Press / Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot, Hants / Brookfield, Vermont, 1996, ISBN:1859283446 
JACKSON, Gordon and David M. WILLIAMS, (eds.). Shipping, Technology and Imperialism : Papers Presented to the Third British - Dutch Maritime History Conference. Supported by Shell International, Society for Nautical Research,University of Strathclyde. (Aldershot, Hants / Brookfield, Vermont) : Scol ar Press / (Ashgate Publishing), (1996). Pp (6).[v]-xiv,[1]-285,(3). Illustrations and maps in text. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to front & spine.Contents: Introduction by Gordon Jackson; "The River Clyde : Birthplace of an Industry" by Fred M. Walker; "Shipping and Imperialism: The Case of Bri tish West Africa" by Peter N. Davies; "Engines of Empire: The Rôle of Shipping Companies in British and Dutch Empire-building" by Joseph N.F.M. ŕ Campo; "Dutch Steamshipping and International Competition: The Holland-America Line under Foreign Control 1902–1917" by Frank Broeze; "The Experience of Travelling to the Dutch East Indies via the Overland Route, 1844–1869" by Femme Gaastra; "The British Naval Strategic Revolution, 1815–1854" by Andrew D. Lambert; "The Maritime Defence of the Dutch East Indies: A Quantitative Approach, 1850–1914" by Anita van Dissel; "Lagan and Clyde Shipbuilding" byMichael S. Moss; "A Case of Transfer of Technology: Ship Design and Constr uction in 19th-century Netherlands" by Jan M. Dirkzwager; "The Constructionand Exploitation of an Iron Steamship: Jan Smit’s Smit, 1882–1898" by Abra m Belder; "The Rise of the Engineer in the 19th Century" by Conrad Dixon; "The Social Position of Seafarers: Some Basic Principles of Change in Dutch Merchant Shipping Law, 1840-1914" by Peter Schuman. With bibliography and index. Bump to spine, else very good. 60.00

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