The History of the American Sailing Navy by Howard Irving Chapelle

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  • United States.,
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  • History,
  • Navy,
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ISBN 100517004879
ISBN 109780517004876

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Howard Irving Chapelle (February 1, – J ) was an American naval architect, and curator of maritime history at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

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26x19cm. pages. good clean condition hardback in the dust-jacket, a bit creased and edge worn and with a couple of largish tears. [heavy book that may require extra shipping costs for some overseas destinations] the full story of the American sailing navy from colonial times to the Civil War.

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