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Albion, Robert Greenhalg, with Jennie B. Pope. Seaports South of Sahara: The Achievements of an American Steamship Service. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1959. 316 pages. Illustrations. Photographs. Endpaper maps. "This is the story of American maritime relations with South, East, and West Africa... intertwined ... is the specific achievement of the Farrell shipping service...." - Dust jacket. Very good hardcover in worn dust jacket. #10039. $40
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American Merchant Marine Conference. What Is the Future of the American Marine Industry? Sponsored by the Propellor Club of the United States at its 18th Annual Meeting, the Waldorf-Astoria, New York, October 18-20, 1944. New York: Propellor Club, 1944. 4to (large book). 335 pages. Photographs. Proceedings, Volume 10. Limp hardcover binding. Good. #10070. $25
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Anderson, Robert E. The Merchant Marine and World Frontiers. New York: Cornell Maritime Press, 1945. 205 pages. Illustrations. Endpaper charts. Cloth-covered hardcover binding. Very good. #10087. $17.50
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Billy, Georg J., and Christine M. Billy. Merchant Mariners at War: An Oral History of World War II. Foreword by James C. Bradford and Gene Allen Smith. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2008. 1st printing. viii, 321 pages. Index. Bibliography. Photographs. Illustrations. Signed by the author. New Perspectives on Maritime History and Nautical Archaeology. A collection of interviews with 59 U.S. Merchant Marine Academy graduates who served during the war provides a seldom-seen perspective on World War II maritime history. - Front jacket flap. As New hardcover in As New dust jacket. ISBN 9780813032467. #29113. $37.50
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Coughlin, Thomas J. The Confederate Raiders. Assisted by Lieut. Sean Coughlin, USMC. Paintings by Louis Dodd. Foreword by Frank O. Braynard. Kings Park, New York: American Merchant Marine Museum Foundation at The United States Merchant Marine Academy, 1991. 1st edition. 4to. viii, 169 pages. Index. Bibliography. Illustrations: 16 leaves of plates, some color, partially folded. Maps, some color, partially folded. Signed by the author on page facing title page. 'A readable history of the destruction of the American Merchant Marine at the time of the U.S. Civil War.' - Title page. 'A major part of the work is directed at the Confederate commerce raiders, whose depredations virtually eliminated America as a major deep sea shipping nation. Two large sections have to do with the most famous of these vessels--The C.S.S. Alabama and her final destruction by the U.S.S. Kearsarge.' - Foreword. ISBN in book 1879180014. Very good hardcover in very good dust jacket; some damp wrinkling. #29925. $40
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Dollar, Robert. One Hundred Thirty Years of Steam Navigation: A History of the Merchant Ship. San Francisco: Privately Printed for the Author by Schwabacher-Frey Company, 1931. 138 pages. Illustrations. 24 centimeters. Inscribed and signed by the author. Pictorial leather. Edges and hinges worn. Internally very good. #12641. $125
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