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The James Craig story / [Jeff Toghill]
Bib ID 2420205
Format BookBook
Author
Toghill, Jeff, 1932-
 
Description [Sydney] : Sydney Maritime Museum Limited (trading as Australian Heritage Fleet), 2003 
90 p. : ill. (some col.), ports. ; 22 x 30 cm. 
ISBN 0975022709
Subjects James Craig (Ship) - History.  |  Historic ships - Maintenance and repair - Australia.  |  Ships - Reconstruction - Australia.  |  Sailing ships - Australia - History.  |  Clipper ships - Australia - Maintenance and repair.
Other authors/contributors Sydney Maritime Museum
Also Titled

James Craig Story : the history, recovery and restoration of a 19th century barque

Available From 38 Illiliwa Street, Cremorne, NSW, 2090  Australian Heritage Fleet, PO Box 262 QVB, Sydney NSW 1230 

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