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the Faculty in the Free Public Lecture Course 1918 1919There was a time in the istory of American shipping when Faculty in the Free Public Lecture Course 1918 1919There was a time in the Prontuario De Pr Ctica Forense history of American shipping when United Statesad a large and growing merchant marine which andled over ninety per cent Of the country's entire foreign trade and shared also in the oversea's trade of Europe From colonial days until 1861 American sailing vessels were known at all the maritime centers of the world and
American Shipyards Many shipyards built many for European ship owners No suare rigged were better known than the Old American clipper. Publishes undreds of thousands of rare classic books Find at wwwforgottenbookscomThis is a reproduction
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