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Maritime Studies: Ship Histories

ECU Theses

Naval development and the diffusion of nineteenth-century maritime innovation : an archaeological and historical investigation of the Sassacus-class double-ender, USS Otsego
    Diveley, Brian D.
    NC Stacks  V799 .D58 2008 

Too much top for its bottom : the historical and archaeological identification of the USS Castine and the significance of U.S. gunboats in the early steel navy
    Jones, Douglas S.
    Stacks V799 .J66 2007

S.S. Polias : a prototype of the World War I concrete ship program
    Post, Larkin A.
    Stacks VM148.P96 P67 2007

Cape Fear's forgotten fleet : the Eagles Island Ships' Graveyard, Wilmington, North Carolina
    Seeb, Sami Kay.
    NC Stacks F264.W6 S44 2007

Defining her kind : an historical and archaeological investigation of the composite built gunvessel HMS Ready
    Post, Sarah A. Milstead.
    Stacks V799 .P67 2007

A Great Lakes vessel type : archaeological and historical examination of the Welland Sailing Canal Ship, Sligo, Toronto, Ontario
    Monk, Kimberly E.
    Stacks VM299.7.C3 M66 2003

The Burroughs wreck : a key to eighteenth century ship construction techniques and the life and death of the port of Edenton
    Goodall, Katherine I.
    NC Stacks VM24.N8 G66 2003

An historical and archaeological investigation of the Scuppernong : a mid-nineteenth century North Carolina-built centerboard schooner
    Turner, C. Alexander.
    NC Stacks VM24.N8 T87 1999

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Ship Index indicates which books, magazines, and online resources mention specific vessels. Essential database for many areas of maritimes studies.