DUDLEY, William S. and Michael J. CRAWFORD CRAWFORD, Michael J. COOPER, James Fenimore) MacKENZIE, Alexander)
Title: Early Republic and the Sea : Essays on the Naval and Maritime History of the Early United States. pbk.
Publisher:  Brassey's Inc., Washington, 2001, ISBN:1574883720
Seller ID: 86996
DUDLEY, William S. and Michael J. CRAWFORD, eds. Early Republic and the Sea: Essays on the Naval and Maritime History of the Early United States . Ed ited by William S. Dudley and Michael J. Crawford. Washington, DC: Brassey's, Inc., (2001). Pp. (6),vii-xv,(1),-256. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue and white card covers. Divided into two sections: A: Maritime Commerceand the Sea Services; B: James Fenimore Cooper and the Birth of American M aritime Experience. Contents: 1. Elizabeth M. Nuxoll's "The Naval Movement of the Confederation Era"; 2. Joshua M. Smith's "Patterns of Northern New England Smuggling, 1789-1820"; 3. Mary A.Y. Gallagher's "Charting a New Course for the China Trade: The Late Eighteenth-Century American Model"; 4. JimMockford's "The Lady Washington at Kushimoto, Japan, in 1791"; 5. Richard C. Malley's "Daniel Caulkins's Voyage: An Incident of the Quasi-War"; 6. Christine F. Hughes's "Lewis Warrington and the USS Peacock in the Sunda Strait, June 1815"; 7. Peter G. Fish's "War on the Slave Trade: Changing Fortunes in Antebellum U.S. Courts of the Mid-Atlantic South"; 8. Hugh Egan's "Enabling and Disabling the Lake Erie Discussion: James Fenimore Cooper and Alexander SLidell MacKenzie Respond to the Perry-Elliott Controversy"; 9. Robert D. Madison's "Nelson Resartus: Legitimate Order in Cooper's Fleet Novel"; 10. Thomas Philbrick's "Fact and Fiction: The Uses of Maritime History in Cooper's Afloat and Ashore"; 11. Wayne Franklin's "Cooper as Passenger". Very good. 16.00