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eBook Alaskan Maritime (Schiffer History Book) ePub

by Jim Gibbs

  • ISBN: 0764300350
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Jim Gibbs
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Schiffer Publishing (September 30, 1997)
  • Pages: 176
  • ePub book: 1291 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1870 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 883

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Schiffer Publishing Alaskan Maritime - The rich and dramatic story of our forty-ninth state is unfolded through wonderful vintage photographs and the entertaining historical narrative of well-known maritime author Jim Gibbs. More than 250 photographs of Alaskan sailing vessels, ports, lighthouses, and historical figures, along with an intriguing text, guide the reader through the story.

Alaskan Maritime book. Published September 30th 1997 by Schiffer Publishing. The rich and dramatic story of our forty-ninth state is unfolded through. Gibbs relates the epic stories of Alaska, unusual shipwrecks, and a history of the cruise industry and modern cargo transport. If you are interested in exploring (or re-visiting) this unique and beautiful place, let this informative and pictorial guide take you on a tour of the "Frozen North" from your own armchair. 0764300350 (ISBN13: 9780764300356).

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Absolutely the best guy around. He also is the greatest guide. We now have 3 more trips booked. Always enjoy fishing with Jim! You won’t be disappointed! January 21. (also known as Schiffer Military History) is a family-owned publisher of nonfiction books founded in 1974. Based in Atglen, Pennsylvania, its coverage includes antiques, architecture and design, arts and crafts, collectibles, lifestyle, military history, and militaria. Besides Schiffer Publishing, the principal imprints as of 2013 were: Schiffer Military History: military history, aviation, transportation, modeling, militaria, and related collectibles.

The rich and dramatic story of our forty-ninth state is unfolded through wonderful vintage photographs and the entertaining historical narrative of well-known maritime author Jim Gibbs. More than 250 photographs of Alaskan sailing vessels, ports, lighthouses, and historical figures, along with an intriguing text, guide the reader through the story of the original inhabitants and the ensuing occupations by the Russians and Americans. Visit lighthouses, tap into the oil business, and get caught up in the excitement of the gold rush. Gibbs relates the epic stories of Alaska, unusual shipwrecks, and a history of the cruise industry and modern cargo transport. If you are interested in exploring (or re-visiting) this unique and beautiful place, let this informative and pictorial guide take you on a tour of the "Frozen North" from your own armchair.