1 edition of Ships and shipbuilding in the North Atlantic region found in the catalog.
Ships and shipbuilding in the North Atlantic region
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||editors, Keith Matthews, Gerald Panting ; held by the Maritime History Group, Memorial University of Newfoundland.|
|Contributions||Matthews, Keith, 1938-, Panting, Gerald., Atlantic Canada Shipping Project., Memorial University of Newfoundland. Maritime History Group.|
|LC Classifications||VK27.M3 S55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||257 p. :|
|Number of Pages||257|
|LC Control Number||79317035|
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Maritime History Group.;]. Books. Armour, Charles A. and Thomas Lackey. Sailing Ships of the Maritimes, Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Ltd. Alberton Historical Group.
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Shipowning and shipbuilding were a central part of the mercantile economy of the Atlantic colonies of British North America. But, following a slow and incomplete transition in the region from commercial to industrial capitalism, the shipping industry collapsed: by the local fleets were a third of their size a mere two decades earlier.
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During World War II eighty-eight of the almost three thousand Liberty ships built in America were launched in Savannah, Georgia. Without Liberty ships, the Battle of the Atlantic might have been remember the Liberty ships today; fewer remember the shipyard or that the Southeastern Shipbuilding Corporation was the largest industry ever located there/5(17).
The waterline is the line where the hull of a ship meets the surface of the ically, it is also the name of a special marking, also known as an international load line, Plimsoll line and water line (positioned amidships), that indicates the draft of the ship and the legal limit to which a ship may be loaded for specific water types and temperatures in order to safely maintain.
A small section tiled "Super-liners that never were" covers several shipbuilding projects which were never completed. Liners of all eras (Kludas identifies three distinct periods of Atlantic steam travel) are covered more or less equally, and thus the ten 20th century liners have fewer pages devoted to them than the 26 19th century s: 9.
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15 Similar echoes and challenges were faced by Dutch crews and fleets arriving on the west coast of Africa, where the lack of a permanent colony made it difficult for them to Author: Cátia Antunes. to the publication Ships and Shipbuilding in the North Atlantic Region.
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History of Atlantic Canada. Like much of eastern Canada, the Maritimes originally belonged to the French. Established inthe royal French colony of Acadia encompassed all the modern-day Atlantic provinces, and was one of the Empire’s most strategically useful outposts as the gateway to North America.
Of this fact nearby British settlers were extremely jealous, and the two powers fought. Ship manifests, particularly those from France, regularly listed carpenters and apprentice ship carpenters, indicating that shipbuilding was a major occupation of the region.
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In the global shipbuilding industry had two centres: The Clyde and The Tyne and Wear-region—the west of Scotland and the northeast of England. 4 More than 70% of the world’s steamship fleet at that time had been produced in the United Kingdom, and most alternatives to British-built ships were relatively expensive, technologically.
In alone, U-boats accounted for the sinking of ships in the North Atlantic. InBritain’s imports totaled 55 million tons; inthe total was down to 30 million.
Britain was losing three times as many ships as her shipyards could build and was on her way to losing the war unless something drastic was done—and quickly. On the night of 14/15 Aprila brand-new, supposedly unsinkable ship, the largest vessel in the world at the time, sank on her maiden voyage after ramming an iceberg.
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Shipbuilding is the construction of ships and other floating vessels. It normally takes place in a specialized facility known as a shipyard. Shipbuilders, also called shipwrights, follow a specialized occupation that traces its roots to before recorded history.
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Ships, boats, and sailors tied the Atlantic world together. Native peoples and colonists depended on boats for fishing, communication, and trade with the wider world.
Warships, merchant ships, and the thousands of sailors who sailed them allowed European nations to manage their empires and profit from the far-flung lands they controlled.
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General Overviews. There is no available study of ships and shipping that covers the early modern Atlantic world. Davis is a general treatment of the growth of transatlantic commerce from Europe in the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries.
Though each chapter has references to ships and shipping, the book deliberately eschews statistical tables (in order to accommodate the “general” reader.By Adm.
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