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Kirtland Community College Library VM 23.7 .C64 2014 30775305483381 General Collection Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781623490324
  • ISBN: 1623490324
  • ISBN: 9781623490768
  • ISBN: 1623490766 (electronic bk.)
  • ISBN: 9781623490768 (electronic bk.)
  • Physical Description: print
    415 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm.
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: College Station : Texas A & M University Press, 2014.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 385-395) and indexes.
Formatted Contents Note: Introduction / Kevin J. Crisman -- The naval war of 1812 on the upper lakes / Kevin J. Crisman -- "We have met the enemy and they are ours": the US Navy brig Niagara / Walter Rybka -- "Cast away on the Canadian shore": the British brig General Hunter / Kenneth Cassavoy -- "A perfect masterpiece of workmanship": His Majesty's hired transport schooner Nancy / Christopher R. Sabick -- Echoes of a naval race: the Royal Navy schooners Tecumseth and Newash / LeeAnne Gordon, Sara Hoskins, and Erich Heinold -- The naval war of 1812 on Lake Ontario / Kevin J. Crisman -- Fore-and-afters at fifty fathoms: the wrecks of Hamilton and Scourge / Jonathan Moore -- "Anticipated laurels": the US brig Jefferson / Kevin J. Crisman -- Frontier frigates and a three-decker: wrecks of the Royal Navy's Lake Ontario squadron / Jonathan Moore -- "Smaller vessels are of no less consequence": the Browns Bay vessel / Christopher Amer -- The naval war of 1812 on Lake Champlain / Kevin J. Crisman -- "Lt. Cassin says there is a new boat near Vergennes": the US schooner Ticonderoga / Kevin J. Crisman -- "A perfect willingness to see the enemy on fair terms": the US Navy row galley Allen / Eric Emery -- "A remarkably fine looking vessel": the Royal Navy brig Linnet / Erika Washburn -- "It has again become necessary to add to our force on Lake Champlain": the US Navy brig Eagle / Kevin J. Crisman -- "I never see anything in this world like it!": the archaeological legacy of a naval battle / Arthur B. Cohn and Kevin J. Crisman -- Conclusions: "Coffins of the brave": two hundred years later / Kevin J. Crisman -- Appendix A. Principal dimensions, armament, and broadside weight of the ships built at Kingston in 1814 -- Appendix B. Prince Regent (Kingston) sailing qualities report, 1815 -- Appendix C. Principal timber scantlings (in inches) and wood species of the ships built at Kingston in 1814 -- Glossary.
Language Note:
Text in English.
Subject: Naval architecture Great Lakes (North America) History 19th century
Shipwrecks Great Lakes (North America)
Underwater archaeology Great Lakes (North America)
Great Lakes (North America) Antiquities
United States History War of 1812 Naval operations
United States. Navy History War of 1812
Great Britain. Royal Navy History War of 1812
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