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Steam and sail: in Britain and North America; 80 photographs mainly from the National Maritime Museum depicting British and North American naval, merchant and special purpose vessels of the period of transition from sail to steam, selected, introduced and described by P. W. Brock and Basil Greenhill
Bib ID 1782437
Format BookBook
Author
Brock, P. W
 
Description Newton Abbot [Eng.] David & Charles [1973] 
112 p. illus. 25 cm. 
ISBN 0715359673
Notes

Bibliography: p. 109.

Subjects Steamboats -- History.  |  Sailing ships -- History.
Other authors/contributors Greenhill, Basil, joint author  |  National Maritime Museum (Great Britain)

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