8 edition of Life at sea in the age of sail found in the catalog.
Life at sea in the age of sail
William Rayner Thrower
Bibliography: p. x.
|Statement||by W. R. Thrower.|
|LC Classifications||G540 .T48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 190,  p.|
|Number of Pages||190|
|LC Control Number||73330891|
Naval Surgeon: Life and Death at Sea in the Age of Sail will be appreciated by students of naval and medical history and makes a useful companion to Harold D. Langley's A History of Medicine in the Early U.S. Navy (reviewed in JAMA, Ap). Well written and annotated, the book is a pleasure to read and much to be admired for its. Her journal reveals a rare perspective on the Age of Sail. Sea travelers kept journals for many different reasons, says Lewis-Jones: “navigation, recording coastlines, keeping mind and soul Author: Kyle Hoekstra.
All guests 17 years of age and younger must have a waiver completed by a parent or guardian over the age of Guests 17 years of age and younger must be accompanied by a parent or guardian over the age of 18 on all tours. whales and other sea life while getting as close as possible so you can get a great photo. Book now. Book early to Location: Kalia Road Honolulu, HI, United States. Adventures at Sea: Bostonians in the Age of Sail For Boston's first two hundred years, "a flown sheate, a faire winde, and a boune voyage" were wishes at the heart of the city's life and economy. Travel under sail was commonplace and central to the culture, across classes.
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Life at sea during the age of sail was filled with hardship. Sailors had to accept cramped conditions, disease, poor food and pay, and bad weather. Over a period of hundreds of years, seafarers from the age of the early explorers to the time of the Battle of Trafalgar inshared many common experiences.
Men working at sea had much to. Life at sea in the age of sail, Hardcover – January 1, by William Rayner Thrower (Author) › Visit Amazon's William Rayner Thrower Page.
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London, Phillimore, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: W R Thrower. “The Annual Register for tabulated the casualty list for British sailors in the Seven Years' War with France. Out ofmen raised or rounded up for the war,died from disease, primarily scurvy, while only Life at sea in the age of sail book, were killed in action.”.
Age of Sail is a must read for sailors and landlubbers alike. I am a sailor in training (and an eternal romantic) so loved the stories of discovery - how the author found his love of the sea, entwined it with the perfect love of his life and ultimately they both balanced a life of family, demanding professional careers, and adventure in the blue ocean.
From the Thirteenth century through the Nineteenth, the waterways of the world provided the major means of transportation for exploration, trade, the military, and even criminals.
Find out what life was like for those who chose to sail the high seas, as well as for those who didn't choose to be on board, like wives brought to sea by husbands and slaves en route to the auction block. Women at Sea in the Age of Fighting Sail Artist and historian Suzanne J.
Stark passed away inat the age of Her most notable work, the groundbreaking Female Tars, f irst published in hardback inwas very well received at the time, even the well regarded maritime novelist Patrick O’Brian saying the book “has told me many. Rough Medicine: Surgeons at Sea in the Age of Sail by Joan Druett Book Description: "Killing whales is sometimes attended with bad accidents." Dr.
William Dalton, surgeon of the Phoenix. Scurvy. Amputation. Tropical disease. Irritable captains. Mutinous crews. More On Splinters A while back I wrote a brief post entitled Why Splinters. In it I examined why injuries from wood splinters figure prominently in literature and history of combat during the Age of Sail and pointed out that there are some doubters.
Life at sea From the protocols of the Royal Navy to the traditions, customs and working lives of 18th and 19th century crewmen, we explore what life was really like. Tony and Margo are retired and have lived aboard their Catalina 36 sailboat for over 20 years.
Buy Margo's Book: BECOME PART OF THE TEA. The Age of Sail (usually dated as –) was a period roughly corresponding to the early modern period in which international trade and naval warfare were dominated by sailing ships, lasting from the midth to the midth century.
2 Golden Age of Sail. Like most periodic eras, the definition is inexact but instead serves as a general. Get this from a library. Daily life in the age of sail. [Dorothy Denneen Volo; James M Volo] -- "From the 13th century through the 19th century, the waterways of the world provided the major means of transportation for exploration, trade, the military, and even criminals.
Find out what life was. Daily Life in the Age of Sail Daily Life by Dorothy Denneen Volo Author James M. Volo Author. ebook. This engaging history helps to separate fact from fiction while exploring the reasons the sea and sea life have held such prominent roles in popular fiction, and will help students understand what life was truly like for these people.
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Jones’s life and exploits have inspired hundreds of books. Sadly, Barry’s appeal has been more selective. John Barry: An American Hero in the Age of Sail by Tim MacGrath is the first serious of study Barry’s life written in the last 50 years.
MacGrath’s book takes a fresh look at Barry, including a re-examination of available primary. Laura Dekker (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈlʌuraː ˈdɛkər]; born 20 September ) is a New Zealand-born Dutchshe announced her plan to become the youngest person to circumnavigate the globe single-handed.A Dutch court stepped in, owing to the objections of the local authorities, and prevented Dekker from departing while under shared custody of both her :Whangarei, New Zealand.
Female Tars: Women Aboard Ship in the Age of Sail is a reprint of the late Suzanne Stark’s study of women who went to sea aboard Royal Navy warships from the late seventeenth through mid-nineteenth centuries.
While official regulations barred women from traveling in or serving aboard warships during this period, women were regularly. Numerous successful reprints of contemporary works on rigging and seamanship indicate the breadth of interest in the lost art of handling square-rigged ships.
Model makers, marine painters, and enthusiasts need to know not only how the ships were rigged but how much sail was set in each condition of wind and sea, how the various maneuvers were carried out, and the intricacies of operations. A historical fiction about Verrazzano's voyage to the New World in A well researched and engaging story.
Click below for book information and a synopsis. Sailor standing at left has clothing typical of 16th century. By the 18th century clothing had changed and a mess cabinet with fold-down table was provided.
The book concentrates on three specific aspects of Britain’s naval history during the era, those being operations, administration, and social impact. The latter is rarely discussed, so that also makes the book worthwhile.
Naval Warfare in the Age of Sail, the Evolution of Fighting Tactics – () Author: Bryan Tunstall Pages: J. Worth Estes. Naval Surgeon: Life and Death at Sea in the Age ofMass.: Science History Publications/USA, xii + pp.
Ill. $Author: Eric Howard Christianson.Life and Death in the Age of Sail: The Passage to Australia. Publisher: NSW University Press. $ SKU: and as they weep over children buried at sea. Robin Haines' book is a landmark volume about the experience of migration from the United Kingdom to Australia during the nineteenth century.
Life at sea and at home 'Both Doctor and.