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1 TURNBULL, Charles H. Harbour View Story. Second Edition, Paperback.
Longview Press, Old Lyme, CT, 1997, 
TURNBULL, Charles H. The Harbour View Story. Old Lyme, CT: Longview Press, (1997). Second Edition. Pp. (6),7-126,(2), with in-text line drawings and black & white photgraphs, one folding map at rear. 8vo, green printed card covers, black lettering to front cover and spine. "History books speak of nations and their leaders, their rise and fall; the economic, political and military struggles for power. While touched by these great tides of history,Harbour View is touched more meaningfully by the tides of the Annapolis Ba sin and by the lives of those who know and love it. 'The Harbour View Story' deals with people and places we have known and loved, traditions and activities we have shared, personal points-of-view we have discussed." - from rear. Contents: This Book; The Earth Beneath Us; Europeans and Indians; Loyalists, Sulises and Cossabooms; Vacations and Leisure; The First Quarter Century; The Second Quarter Century; At First Glance -- a flashback; Local Color; Beach, Boats and Bear Island; The Flett Years; The Irvine Years; A New Era; Cabins and Their Occupants; Anticipation. Very good. 30.00

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2 TURNBULL, Charles H Last Voyage of the Jean F. Anderson
Mystic Seaport Museum, 1990, ISBN:0913372552 
TURNBULL, Charles H. The Last Voyage of the Jean F. Anderson. Mystic, Conn.: Mystic Seaport Museum, 1990. Pp 104. 8vo, ill. grey card covers, red lettering to front and spine. A cautionary tale about the effects of John Masefield's poetry on the adolescent mind. Inspired by the same the author, thena comfortable, middle-class youth, signed on board an ageing tern schooner for a voyage from Nova Scotia to Florida. Though his romanticism is largel y dissolved in the brine of George's Bank, he gains new respect for the sea's elemental fury and especially for the character of his older, harder shipmates. Vg. 12.50

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