3 edition of Shipbuilding in Westmorland County, New Brunswick, 1784-1910 found in the catalog.
Shipbuilding in Westmorland County, New Brunswick, 1784-1910
Includes bibliographical references (p. 115).
|Statement||compiled by Charles A. Armour ; with additions by Allan D. Smith.|
|Contributions||Armour, Charles A., 1934-, Smith, Allan D.|
|LC Classifications||VM27.M3 S45 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 138 p. :|
|Number of Pages||138|
|LC Control Number||2009512492|
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Shipbuilding in Westmorland County, New Brunswick, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. This book is a tribute to the wooden 1784-1910 book ships and the men who built them during the period in Westmorland County, New Brunswick.
Westmorland County (in southeastern New Brunswick, straddling both the Bay of Fundy and the Gulf of Saint Lawrence) did not have as large a concentration of shipbuilding as Saint John, NB.
It did. Compiled by Charles A. Armour, with additions by Allan D. Smith This book is mainly a compilation of registry information on the vessels built in Westmorland County during the period toand includes chapters on: Shipbuilding in New Brunswick, New Brunswick Shipping Registers and Other Registration Sources, The Pre-eminent Shipbuilders of Westmorland.
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Armour, with additions by Allan D. Smith RA HIL: Some Chapters in the History of Digby County, and Its Early Settlers: Allan Massie Hill RA MAT. Joseph Salter (June 7, – January 1, ) was a Canadian businessman and politician, becoming Moncton’s first mayor and one of the leading shipbuilders in the Maritime Provinces.
As a young man employed by John Leander Starr of Halifax, Salter crossed the Atlantic 36 times. He later built some of the finest and largest ships in Westmorland County. Shipbuilding in Westmorland County: New Brunswick, compiled by Charles A.
Armour, with additions by Allan D. Smith Shirley Lindsay Brewster/David Christopher [missing 04;05] RA F BIR: Short Stories: When Yorkshire Came to Nova Scotia: Will R. Bird RA PET: Signal Sea Changes (Chapman, Palmer Families) Helen Marie Petchey.
Book Review by Cole Morrison: Shipbuilding in Westmorland County New Brunswick, – Compiled by Charles A. Armour with additions by Allan D. Smith ISBN o, Tantramar Heritage Trust, Sackville, New Brunswick. Charles Armour, Shipbuilding in Westmorland County, New Brunswick, by Bradley Shoebottom / [reviewed in Issue No.
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