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The Resource Ships and the sea : a chronological review, by Duncan Haws

Ships and the sea : a chronological review, by Duncan Haws

Label
Ships and the sea : a chronological review
Title
Ships and the sea
Title remainder
a chronological review
Statement of responsibility
by Duncan Haws
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Haws, Duncan
Dewey number
387.2/09
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
  • VM15
  • Q387.2 H
LC item number
.H33 1975
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Label
Ships and the sea : a chronological review, by Duncan Haws
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes indexes
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 235
Contents
Primitive craft of the world -- The first known ship and shipbuilding illustrations -- The Phoenician traders -- Nile River craft -- Early warships -- Biremes and triremes -- Lex Rhodia -- The Battle of Salamis -- Syracusa -- Teh Battle of Actium -- Roman warships and merchantmen -- Scandinavian ships -- Merchant shipping in the Mediterranean -- Greek fire -- The Viking era -- Arab influence in the Mediterranean -- the lateen sail -- The Norman invasion of Britain -- The Crusades -- The Oleron Sea Laws -- The Cinque Ports -- The Hanseatic League -- The Danzig Ship -- The merchant shipping kingdom of Jacques Coeur -- Columbus and the discovery of America -- Vasco da Gama -- Magellan's voyage round the world -- Carpentier -- The Battle of Lepanto -- The voyage of the golden Hind -- The Spanish Armada -- The East India Company -- Wasa -- The buccaneers -- Bereing's voyages -- Press-gangs -- Lloyd's of London -- Cook's voyages -- The Boston Team Party -- The first operational submarine -- John Paul Jones -- Mutiny on the Bounty -- The first experiments in steam propulsion -- Trafalgar -- Clermont -- The use of steam spreads throughout Europe -- The Savannah -- The Curacao -- The first clipper ship -- The Transatlantic Race -- The growth of seaborn trade -- Paddle versus propeller -- The Great Eastern -- The first ironclad -- Trade and sail: wool, guano, and tea -- the Clipper Era -- Steam begins to take over -- Whaling -- The opening of the Suez Canal -- The ocean liner -- Turbinia -- The Russo-Japanese War -- Dreadnought -- The motor vessel Selandia -- Theh opening of the Panama Canal -- The First World war -- Theh submarine -- The rebuilding of the merchant fleets -- The last sailing ship is built -- The Depression -- Queen Mary -- The Second World War -- The beginning of specialization -- The fastest passenger liner -- The first atomic-powered ship -- The oil tanker boom -- The end of the passenger liner -- Roll-on roll-off ferries -- Oil rigs -- Lash ships -- Container ships -- The Globtik London, half-a-million-tons -- The experimental Dyna ship
Control code
ocm01913374
Dimensions
31 cm.
Extent
240 p.
Isbn
9780690009682
Lccn
75013686
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780690009682
  • (OCoLC)1913374
Label
Ships and the sea : a chronological review, by Duncan Haws
Publication
Note
Includes indexes
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 235
Contents
Primitive craft of the world -- The first known ship and shipbuilding illustrations -- The Phoenician traders -- Nile River craft -- Early warships -- Biremes and triremes -- Lex Rhodia -- The Battle of Salamis -- Syracusa -- Teh Battle of Actium -- Roman warships and merchantmen -- Scandinavian ships -- Merchant shipping in the Mediterranean -- Greek fire -- The Viking era -- Arab influence in the Mediterranean -- the lateen sail -- The Norman invasion of Britain -- The Crusades -- The Oleron Sea Laws -- The Cinque Ports -- The Hanseatic League -- The Danzig Ship -- The merchant shipping kingdom of Jacques Coeur -- Columbus and the discovery of America -- Vasco da Gama -- Magellan's voyage round the world -- Carpentier -- The Battle of Lepanto -- The voyage of the golden Hind -- The Spanish Armada -- The East India Company -- Wasa -- The buccaneers -- Bereing's voyages -- Press-gangs -- Lloyd's of London -- Cook's voyages -- The Boston Team Party -- The first operational submarine -- John Paul Jones -- Mutiny on the Bounty -- The first experiments in steam propulsion -- Trafalgar -- Clermont -- The use of steam spreads throughout Europe -- The Savannah -- The Curacao -- The first clipper ship -- The Transatlantic Race -- The growth of seaborn trade -- Paddle versus propeller -- The Great Eastern -- The first ironclad -- Trade and sail: wool, guano, and tea -- the Clipper Era -- Steam begins to take over -- Whaling -- The opening of the Suez Canal -- The ocean liner -- Turbinia -- The Russo-Japanese War -- Dreadnought -- The motor vessel Selandia -- Theh opening of the Panama Canal -- The First World war -- Theh submarine -- The rebuilding of the merchant fleets -- The last sailing ship is built -- The Depression -- Queen Mary -- The Second World War -- The beginning of specialization -- The fastest passenger liner -- The first atomic-powered ship -- The oil tanker boom -- The end of the passenger liner -- Roll-on roll-off ferries -- Oil rigs -- Lash ships -- Container ships -- The Globtik London, half-a-million-tons -- The experimental Dyna ship
Control code
ocm01913374
Dimensions
31 cm.
Extent
240 p.
Isbn
9780690009682
Lccn
75013686
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780690009682
  • (OCoLC)1913374

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