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HORWOOD, Andrew. Captain Harry Thomasen : Forty Years at Sea. N.pl.: n.pub., (1973). First Edition. Pp (8),1-141,(3), frontispiece + 12 pages of b&w photos. 8vo, blue cloth, white lettering to spine. O'Dea 5243. A biography of this Danish Newfoundlander sea captain. 33 chapters including: 7. The Isabel Moore and Captain of the Olive; 10. The tern schooner Sunner of Halifax; 13. Mate of the General Gough; 14. The schooner R.G. Govin; 16. Halifax... Great Britian... Harbour Grace; 19. H.M.S. Merasheen; 20. The Irene M. Corkum; 26. The Queen of Bermuda and home; 29. The Chesley R. With an index to ships. Harry's boyhood -- Harry the Dane becomes a Newfoundlander -- Shipwreck -- Harry goes back to Fortune -- Harry is mourned as a lost soul -- Harry the navigator -- The Isabel Moore and Captain of the Olive -- A passenger ... an ordinary seaman -- Flies around a lassie puncheon -- The tern schooner Sunner of Halifax -- The Thomasen family goes on a sea voyage -- Turk's Island to Halifax -- Mate of the General Gough -- The schooner R. R. Govin -- North about to St. John's -- Halifax ... Great Britain ... Harbour Grace -- The change -- Once too often -- H.M.S Merasheen -- The Irene M. Corkum -- The Splinter fleet -- A rendezvous -- Home based again -- Another Christmas -- His last shipwreck -- The Queen of Bermuda and home -- Joyce looks back -- Hubert Grandy recalls -- The Chesley R. -- The Captain comes ashore -- Shore activity begins -- Captain Harry Thomasen becomes the Pilot --The Thomasen family. "Designed, Printed and Bound by W & G Baird Ltd., Ant rim, Northern Ireland." Bookplate to flyleaf, else very good in dustjacket.30.00
Title: Captain Harry Thomasen : Forty Years at Sea. First Edition in dustjacket.
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