Shipbuilding on Prince Edward Island : Enterprise in a Maritime Setting 1787-1920

By: De JONG, Nicolas J. MOORE, Marven E.

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De JONG, Nicolas J. and Marven E. MOORE. Shipbuilding on Prince Edward Island: Enterprise in a Maritime Setting 1787-1920. Hull, Qu├ębec: Canadian Museum of Civilization, (1994). First Edition. Pp [i]-iv,(2),1-411,(3). Illustrated with photos, maps, tables, &c. Lage 8vo, art-illusrated green cardcovers. History Division, Mercury Series Paper 46. A very thorough and well-illustrated study. Contents: Part One: Chapters : 1. The Early Years, 1787-1820; 2. An Annual Remittance to the Island, 1821-1833; 3. The Principal Article of Export, 1834-1844; 4. The Industry Consolidates, 1845-1859; 5. The Pinnacle Attained, 1860-1868; 6. The Years of Decline, 1869-1880; 7. The LongFarewell. Part Two: 1. North Cape; 2. Egmont Bay; 3. Bedeque; 4. South Sho re; 5. North and West Rivers; 6. Charlottetown; 7. Hillsborough River, Pisquid River, and Mount Stewart; 8. Pownal Bay; 9. Orwell Bay; 10. Pinette; 11. Wood Islands; 12. Murray Harbour; 13. Three Rivers; 14. Fortune Bay; 15. Souris; 16. East Point; 17. St. Peter's Bay; 18. Tracadie Bay and Savage Harbour; 19. Covehead Bay; 20. Rustico Bay; 21. New London Bay; 22. Richmond Bay. Appendices: A. Number and Tonnage of Vessels Built and Transferred. B.Port Clearances and Exports. With bibliography and index. Very good 50.00

Title: Shipbuilding on Prince Edward Island : Enterprise in a Maritime Setting 1787-1920

Author Name: De JONG, Nicolas J. MOORE, Marven E.

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, 1994, ISBN:0660140217:

Seller ID: 55785

Keywords: SHIPBUILDING CANADA SAIL PEI SHIPPING HISTORY CANADIAN PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND INDUSTRY NAUTICAL,