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These publications related to the Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection are accessible in the McNichols Campus Library by appointment only.

Abbot, Willis J, The story of our merchant marine: its period of glory, its prolonged decadence and its vigorous revival as the result of the world war. New York, Dodd, Mead and Company, 1919. (VK 149.A14 1919)

Ageton, Arthur Ainsley, Dead reckoning altitude and azimuth table. Washington, U.S. Govt. print. off., 1932. (VK 563.A4)

Ageton, Arthur Ainsley, Dead reckoning altitude and azimuth table. Washington, U.S. Govt. print. off., 1935. (VK 563.A4 1935)

Albion, Robert Greenhalgh, Seaports south of Sahara: the achievements of an American steamship service. New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1959. (HE 753.F28 A7 1959)

American Bureau of Shipping, American Bureau of Shipping: one hundredth anniversary, 1862-1962. New York, American Bureau of Shipping, 1962. (HE 745.A67)

The American practical navigator. Washington, D.C., G.P.O. Earlier title: New American practical navigator. Vols. for 1900- issued as:United States. Hydrographic Office. Publication no. 9. (VK 555.B78)

American Ship Building Company and predecessors naval architectural drawings. Bowling Green, Ohio, Center for Archival Collections, 1982. (VM 301.A5 N38 1982)

American Waterways Operators, Big load afloat: U.S. inland water transportation resources. Washington. D.C., American Waterways Operators, 1965. (HE 627 .A55 1965)

American Waterways Operators, New dimensions in transportation: the inland waterways. Washington, American Waterways Operators, 1956. (HE 627.A552 1956)

Anders, Franzén, The warship Vasa : deep diving and marine archaeology in Stockholm.

Stockholm, Norstedt and Bonnier, 1961. (VA 595.V3 F7 1961) 2 copies

Angas, William Mack, Rivalry on the Atlantic. New York, Lee Furman, 1939. (VM 615.A5 1939)

Appleton, Thomas E., Usque ad mare: a history of the Canadian Coast Guard and marine services. Ottawa, Dept. of Transport, 1968. (VG 55.C2 A66 1968)

Arbic, Bernard J., Sugar Island sampler: a slice of Upper Peninsula heritage. Allegan Forest, MI, Priscilla Press, 1992. (F 572.S87 A72 1992)

Armbrister, Trevor, A matter of accountability; the true story of the Pueblo affair.

New York, Coward-McCann, 1970. (VB 230.A75)

Ashdown, Dana William, Railway steamships of Ontario. Erin, Ont., Boston Mills Press, 1988. (HE 635.Z7 O683 1988)

Attwood, Edward Lewis, Theoretical naval architecture. London, New York, Longmans, Green, 1935, 1931. (VM 145.A88 1931)

Babcock & Wilcox Company, Steam: its generation and use. New York, The Babcock & Wilcox Co., 1955. (TJ 315.B2 A3 1955)

Bacon, Reginald Hugh Spencer, Sir, Modern naval strategy. Brooklyn, N. Y., Chemical Pub. Co., 1941. (V 163.B2 1941)

Bailey, John R., Mackinac: formerly Michilimackinac: a history and guide book, with map. Ann Arbor, Richmond & Backus Co., 1904. (F 572.M16 B16 1904)

Baker, Catherine C., Shipbuilding on the Saginaw. Bay City, Mich., Museum of the Great Lakes, 1974. (VM 24.M5 B3 1974)

Baker, William A., Colonial vessels: some seventeenth-century sailing craft. Barre, Mass., Barre Pub. Co., 1962. (VM 23.B3)

Baker, William A., The lore of sail. New York, NY, Facts on File, Inc., 1982. (VM 145.B32 1984)

Bamford, Paul W., Forests and French sea power, 1660-1789. Toronto, University ofToronto Press, 1956. (VC 265.F8 B3)

Bannerman, Gary, The ships of British Columbia: an illustrated history of theBritish Columbia Ferry. Surrey, B.C., Blaine, WA, Hancock House, 1985. (HE 5785.B73 B36 1985)

Barcus, Frank, Freshwater fury: yarns and reminiscences of the greatest storm in inland navigation. Detroit, Wayne State University Press, 1960. (F 551.B24)

Barcus, Frank, Freshwater fury; yarns and reminiscences of the greatest storm in inland navigation. Detroit, Wayne State University Press 1960. (F 551.B3)

Bard, James, Side-wheels and walking beams. New York, American Heritage Pub. Co., 1961. (VM 307.S53 1961)

Barlow, William, The navigators supply: conteining many things of principall importance belonging to navigation: with the description and use of diverse instruments framed chiefly for that purpose, but serving also for sundry other of cosmography in generall. Amsterdam, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, New York, Da Capo Press, 1972. (VK 551.B35 1597a)

Barry, James P., The fate of the lakes: a portrait of the Great Lakes. Text and photographs by James P. Barry. Grand Rapids, Baker Book House, 1972. (F 551.B37 1972)

Barry, James P., Georgian Bay: an illustrated history. Toronto. Stoddart, 1992. (F 1059.G3 B28 1992)

Barry, James P., Georgian Bay: the sixth great lake. Toronto, Clarke, Irwin, 1968. (F 1059.G3 B3 1968)

Barry, James P., Georgian Bay: the sixth great lake. Erin, Ont., Boston Mills Press, Toronto, Stoddart, 1995. (F 1059.G3 B3 1995)

Barry, James P., Old forts of the Great Lakes: sentinels in the wilderness. Lansing, Mich., Thunder Bay Press, 1994. (F 551.B39 1994)

Barry, James P., Ships of the Great Lakes: 300 years of navigation. Berkeley, Howell-North Books, 1973. (VK 23.7.B37)

Barry, James P, Wrecks and rescues of the Great Lakes: a photographic history. San Diego, CA, Howell-North Books, 1981. (G 525.B28 1981)

Bartis, Peter, Maritime folklife resources: a directory and index. Washington, D.C., American Folklife Center, Library of Congress, 1980. (GR 105.B37 1980)

Bathe, B.W., et al, The great age of sail. With the collaboration of Jean Merrien, edited by Joseph Jobé, translated by Michael Kelly. Lausanne, Edita, Greenwich, Conn., distributed by New York Graphic Society, 1967. (VM 15.J62)

Baxter, James Phinney, The introduction of the ironclad warship. Hamden, Conn., Archon Books, 1968, 1933. (V 799.B35)

Bayliss, Joseph E., River of destiny: the Saint Marys. Detroit, Wayne Univ. Press, 1955. (F 572.S45 B3)

Beach, Edward Latimer, Dust on the sea. New York, Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1972. (PS 3552.E12 D88 1972)

Beach, Edward Latimer, Run silent, run deep. New York, Holt, 1955. (PS 3552.E12 R86)

Beasley, Norman, Freighters of fortune: the story of the Great Lakes. New York, Harper & Brothers, 1930. (HF 3157.B4 1930)

Beaton, Horace L., From the wheelhouse: the story of a Great Lakes captain. Cheltenham, Ont., Boston Mills Press, 1979. (VK 140.B37 A3 1979)

Benedet, David A., Port Arthur built: an illustrated history of the Port Arthur Shipbuilding Company, 1910-1993. Thunder Bay, Ont, D.A. Benedet, 1994. (VM 27.T58 B46 1993)

Berman, Bruce D., Encyclopedia of American shipwrecks. Boston, Mass., Mariners Press, 1972. (VK 1270.B46 1972)

Bessell, Georg Otto Adolf, Norddeutscher Lloyd, 1857-1957: Geschichte einer bremischen Reederei. Bremen, C. Schünemann, 1957. (HE 945.N75 B4 1957)

Biddle, Tyrrel E., A treatise on the construction, rigging & handling of model yachts, ships & streamers, with remarks on cruising & racing yachts and the management of open boats. London, C. Wilson, 1879. (VM 331.B58)

Binkin, Martin, Where does the Marine Corps go from here? Washington, Brookings Institution, 1976. (VE 23.B5)

Bloomster, Edgar L., Sailing and small craft down the ages. Annapolis, Md., United States Naval Institute, 1940. (VM 307.B6)

Bonsor, N. R. P., North Atlantic seaway: an illustrated history of the passenger services linking the Old World with the New. Prescot, Lancashire, T. Stephenson, 1955. (HE 822.B7 1955)

Bowditch, Nathaniel, Useful tables from the American practical navigator. No. 9, part II. Washington, D.C., Published by the Hydrographic Office under the authority of the Secretary of the Navy, 1911. (VK 563.B7 1911)

Bowen, Dana Thomas, Captain George Hindman. Owen Sound, Ont., Canada, Richardson, Bond & Wright, 1967. (VK 140 .H55 B68 1967)

Bowen, Dana Thomas, Lore of the Lakes. Daytona Beach, Fla., Dana Thomas Bowen, 1940. (F 551.B69) 2 copies

Bowen, Dana Thomas, Memories of the lakes. Daytona Beach, Fla., Dana Thomas Bowen, 1946. (F 551.B692) 2 copies

Bowen, Dana Thomas, Shipwrecks of the Lakes: told in story and picture. Daytona Beach, Fla., Bowen, 1952. (VK 1271.B68 1952)

Bowen, Frank Charles, Men of the wooden walls. London, New York, Staples Press, 1952. (V 61.B6)

Boyer, Dwight, Ghost ships of the Great Lakes. New York, Dodd, Mead, 1968. (G 525.B78 1968)

Boyer, Dwight, Ships and men of the Great Lakes. New York, Dodd, Mead, 1977. (F 551.B718 1977)

Boyer, Dwight, Strange adventures of the Great Lakes. New York, Dodd, Mead, 1974. (F 551.B72)

Boyer, Dwight, True tales of the Great Lakes. New York, Dodd, Mead, 1971. (F 551.B73 1971)

Braine, Sheila E., Merchant ships and what they bring us: a book for boys and girls. London, E. Nister, New York, E.P. Dutton & Co., 1913. (HE 735.B714 1913)

Braynard, Frank Osborn, Famous American ships: being an historical sketch of the United States as told through its maritime life. New York, Hastings House, 1956. (VM 23.B7 1957)

Braynard, Frank Osborn, Lives of the liners. New York, Cornell Maritime Press, 1947. (VM 15.B7 1947)

Braynard, Frank Osborn, "World's greatest ship:" the story of the Leviathan. New York, South Street Seaport Museum, 1972-1983. 6 volumes (VM 383.L3 B7 1972)

Brewington, M. V., Shipcarvers of North America. Barre, Mass., Barre Pub. Co., 1962. (VM 308.B74)

Brewington, M. V., Shipcarvers of North America. New York, Dover Publications 1972, 1962. (VM 308.B74 1972)

Brinnin, John Malcolm, The sway of the grand saloon : a social history of theNorth Atlantic. New York, Delacorte Press, 1971. (HE 599.B73)

Brodie, Bernard, Sea power in the machine age. Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1943. (V 25.B7 1943)

Brookes, Ivan S., The lower St. Lawrence: a pictorial history of shipping and industrial development. Cleveland, Freshwater Press, 1974. (HE 635.5.S3 B75 1974)

Bross, Steward R., Ocean shipping. Cambridge, MD, Cornell Maritime Press, 1956. (HE 735.B73)

Broströmskoncernen, From lake and river to distant oceans, 1865-1965. Gothenburg, O. Isacsons Tryckeri, 1965. (HE 945.B76 A3 1965)

Brouwer, Norman J., International register of historic ships. Annapolis, Md., Naval Institute Press, Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y., Sea History Press, 1985. (VM 15.B77 1985)

Brown, Alexander Crosby, The good ships of Newport News: an informal account of ships, shipping, and shipbuilding in the Lower Chesapeake Bay region, together with the story of the last terrible voyage of the Yarmouth Castle. Cambridge, Md., Tidewater Publishers, 1976. (VM 25.N45 B76 1976)

Brown, Alexander Crosby, The Old bay line. Richmond, Va., Dietz Press, 1940. (HE 633.B35 B68 1940)

Browne, Arline M., In the wake of the Topinabee: cherished memories of lakeside cottagers. Lancaster, Calif., Hubbard Map Service, 1967. (F 574.P4 B7)

Broxmeyer, Charles, Inertial navigation systems. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1964. (VK 571.5.B7)

Bucher, Lloyd M., Bucher: my story. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1970. (VB 230 .B8)

Budlong, John P., Shoreline and sextant: practical coastal navigation. New York, Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., 1977. (VK 559.B854 1977)

Bugbee, Gordon Pritchard, The D-III: the story of the sidewheel steamer City of Detroit III. Detroit, Michigan, Great Lakes Maritime Institute, 1976. (VM 623.7 .B84 1876)

Burgtorf, FrancesD., Chief Wawatam: the story of a hand-bomber. Cheboygan, Mich., Burgtorf, 1976. (TF 320.B87 1976)

Butler, David, Lusitania. New York, Random House, 1982. (PR 6052.U796 L8 1982)

By-water magazine. Montreal, Canada Steamship Lines. Later title: Canadian illustrated monthly. V. 1-4, no. 9; Mar. 1916-1919. (HE 561 .B9)

Caidin, Martin, Golden wings; a pictorial history of the United States Navy and Marine Corps in the air. New York, Random House 1960. (VG 93.C23)

Calhoun, Catherine, Discover the shores of the Great Lakes. New York, N.Y., Gallery Books, 1989. (F 551.C33 1989)

Campbell, H. C., Early days on the Great Lakes: The art of William Armstrong. Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 1971. (ND 249.A7 C3 1971)

Canadian rail. Montreal, Canadian Railroad Historical Association. Earlier title: Canadian Railroad Historical Association. CRHA news report. No. 135- July/Aug. 1962-

(HE 2810.C36 C365)

Cary, Alan L., Liners of the ocean highway. New York, D. Appleton-Century Co., 1938. (VM 381.C33 1938)

Casson, Lionel, Illustrated history of ships & boats. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1964. (VM 15.C34 1964)

Casson, Lionel, Ships and seamanship in the ancient world. Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1971. (VM 15.C35)

The changing face of maritime power. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1999. (V 25.C43 1999)

Channing, Edward, The story of the Great lakes. New York, Macmillan, 1912, 1909. (F 551.C45)

Chapelle, Howard Irving, The history of American sailing ships. Drawings by the author, George C. Wales and Henry Rusk. New York,: Bonanza Books, 1935. (VM 23.C53 1935)

Chapelle, Howard Irving, The national watercraft collection. Washington, Smithsonian Institution, 1960. (VM 6.W3 C5 1960)

Chapelle, Howard Irving and Polland, LeonD., The Constellation question. Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press, 1970. (VA 65.C68 C47)

Chapman, Charles Frederic, Piloting, seamanship and small boat handling; a complete illustrated course prepared especially to develop skill, pleasure... N.Y., Motor boating, 1968. (VM 341.C45 1968)

Charlebois, Peter, Sternwheelers & sidewheelers: the romance of steamdriven paddleboats in Canada. Toronto, NC Press, 1978. (VM 626.C43 1978)

Chatterton, E. Keble, The romance of the ship; the story of her origin and evolution. London, Seeley and Co., 1911. (VM 15.C481 1913)

Christianson, Carl Raymond, Ship building and boat building in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin: from the beginning to 1985. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., C.R. Christianson, 1989. (VM 25.S88 C57 1989)

Clark, Hyla M., The tall ships: a sailing celebration. New York, Two Continents, 1976. (VK 543.C57 1976)

Clark, William H., Ships and sailors: the story of our merchant marine. Boston, L.C. Page & Co., 1938. (HE 745.C52 1938)

Clary, James, Ladies of the lakes. Lansing, MI, Woolly Bear Productions, 1981. (VK 23.7.C55 1981) 2 copies

Clever, Bald Frederick, The Sault Canal through 100 years: Sault Ste Marie, Michigan.

Ann Arbor, University of Michigan, 1954. (HE 396.S3 B3 1954)

Cohen, P., The realm of the submarine. New York, Macmillan, 1969. (V 857.C64)

Collard, Edgar Andrew, Passage to the sea: the story of Canada Steamship Lines. Toronto, Doubleday Canada, 1991. (HE 635.Z9 C33 1991)

Collins, Nelson, Opportunities in merchant ships. New York, Harper & brothers, 1919. (VK 149.C6)

Colloque international sur la navigation dans les voies d'eau de sections limitées, Actes du Colloque international sur la navigation dans les voies d'eau de sections limitées: Liège, 20-22 avril 1970. Liège : Université de Liège, 1974. (VM 751.C61 1970)

Colton, J. Ferrell, Last of the square-rigged ships. New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1937. (VM 311.S7 C6 1937)

Compton, Peter, Troubleshooting marine diesels. Camden, ME, International Marine, 1998. (VM 770.C68 1998)

Connelly, Will, Downriver Michigan, ice age to today. N.p., Connelly Co., 1976. (F 572.W4 C66 1976)

Corbett, Sidney, The cruise of the Gull-Flight. Illustrated by Bernard Westmacott and S.D. Brown. New York, Longmans, Green, 1937. (PS 3505.O6557 C78 1937)

Cotter, Charles H., A history of nautical astronomy. New York, American Elsevier Pub Co., 1968. (VK 549.C63)

Couling, David, Steam yachts. Annapolis, MD, Naval Institute Press, 1980. (VM 331.C773 1980)

Cousteau, Jacques Yves, Jacques Cousteau's Calypso. New York, H.N. Abrams, 1983. (VM 453.C67 1983)

Cram, W. Bartlett, Picture history of New England passenger vessels. Hampden Highlands, ME, Burntcoat Corp, 1980. (VM 381.C7 1980)

Cross, Wilbur, Naval battles and heroes. New York, American Heritage Pub. Co., 1960. (E 182.A504)

Cutler, Carl C., The story of the American clipper ship: greyhounds of the sea. New York, Halcyon House, 1937. (VK 23.C87 1930)

Culver, Henry B. Brundage, The book of old ships and something of their evolution and romance: wherein will be found drawings and descriptions of many varieties of vessels, both long and round, showing their development from most remote times, the portraiture of their progress, their garnishment, etc., etc., together with divers dissertations upon the origins of shipping; also an appendix wherein will be discovered to the inquisitive much information appertaining to the ancient uses and customs of the sea and mariners. Garden City, N.Y., Garden City Pub. Co., inc., 1935. (VM 15.C9 1935)

Culver, Henry B., Forty famous ships: their beginnings, their life histories, their ultimate fate: being a collection of short, pleasant and diverting dissertations anent the several vessels therein comprehended, all of which have played their parts, some large, some small, in the great world drama of the sea, in acts of strife & in peaceful scenes, from the early Christian era to the present day: how and why they gained their great reputations: and sundry facts relative to their dimensions, rigging furniture, etc., etc., etc.: based upon the accounts of reputable and reliable authorities, both ancient and modern, and devoid of technical or tiresome refinements. New York, Garden City Publishing Co., Inc., 1938. (VM 15.C92 1938)

Curwood, James Oliver, The Great Lakes: the vessels that plough them: their owners, their sailors, and their cargoes: together with a brief history of our inland seas. New York & G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1909. (HE 398.C8)

Cutler, Carl C., Greyhounds of the sea: the story of the American clipper ship. New York, Halcyon House, 1930. (VK 23.C87 1930b)

Cutler, Elizabeth Fitzgerald, Six Fitzgerald brothers: lake captains all. Milwaukee, Wis., Wisconsin Marine Historical Society, 1983. (VK 139.C88 1983)

Dancey, Thomas B., Chicago to Mackinac: story of the Northern Michigan Transportation Company. Lansing, Mich., Michigan Historical Commission, 1946. (HE 945.N67 D36 1946)

Dayton, Fred Erving, Steamboat days. New York, Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1925. (VK 23.D3)

Dayton, Fred Erving, Steamboat days. New York, Tudor Pub. Co., 1939. (VK 23.D3 1939)

Detroit marine historian. Detroit, Mich., Marine Historical Society of Detroit. V. 1, no. 1 Sept. 1947- (HE 631.D4 D4)

Delafield, Joseph, The unfortified boundary: a diary of the first survey of the Canadian Boundary Line from St. Regis to the Lake of the Woods. New York, Privately printed, 1943. (F 551.D37)

Dietel, Werner, Seefahrts-Wörterbuch Dictionary of nautical terms. Deutsch-English, English-Deutsch. German-English, English-German. München, J. F. Lehmanns, 1964. (V24.D63 1964)

Disturnell, John, compiler, The Great Lakes; or, Inland seas of America: embracing a full description of Lakes Superior, Huron Michigan, Erie, and Ontario, rivers St. Mary, St. Clair, Detroit, Niagara, and St. Lawrence, Lake Winnipeg, etc., together with the commerce of the Lakes, and trips through the Lakes, giving a description of cities, towns, etc., forming altogether a complete guide for the pleasure traveler and emigrant. New York, Charles Scribner, 1863. (F 551.D6 1863)

Dodge, Roy L., Michigan ghost towns. Oscoda, Mich., Books, Maps and Periodicals Division, Amateur Treasure Hunters Association, 1970. (F 566.D65 v.1-v.3)

Dodman, Frank Ellerton, The observer's book of ships. London, New York, Warne, 1958. (VM 149.D6 1958)

Donahue, James L., Steaming through smoke and fire, 1871: true stories of shipwreck and disaster on the Great Lakes. Sandusky, MI, Published by James L. Donahue in cooperation with the Historical Society of Michigan, 1990. (G 525.D58 1990)

Doner, Mary Frances, The salvager: the life of Captain Tom Reid on the Great Lakes. Minneapolis, Ross and Haines, 1958. (VK 1491.D65)

Dorling, Henry Taprell, All about ships. London; New York, Cassell, 1912? (VM 15.D6 1912)

Dowling, Edward J., Down to our state in ships. Lansing, Mich., Michigan Historical Commission, 1949. (VK 24.M5 D68 1949)

Dowling, Edward J., The dustless road to Happyland. Lansing, Mich., Michigan Historical Commission, 1947. (HE 945.G73 D68 1947)

Dowling, Edward J., Know your lakers of World War I: the story of the contribution of the Great Lakes shipyards to the defense effort of our country in the first world war. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Marine Pub. Co., 1978. (VM 391.D6 1978) 2 copies

Dowling, Edward J., The Lakers of World War I: the story of the contribution of the Great Lakes shipyards to the defense effort of our country in the First World War. Detroit, University of Detroit Press, 1967. (VM 391.D6 1967)

Dowling, Edward J., Red stacks in the sunset. Springfield, IL, IllinoisState Historical Society, 1947. (HE 945.G66 D68 1947)

Dreisonstok, Joseph Young, Navigation tables for mariners and aviators. Washington, U.S. Govt. print. off., 1928. (VK 563.D7)

Dreisonstok, Joseph Young, Navigation tables for mariners and aviators. Washington, D.C., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1929. (VK 563.D7 1929)

Dreisonstok, Joseph Young, Navigation tables for mariners and aviators for all latitudes. Washington, U. S. Govt. print. off., 1931. (VK 563.D7 1931)

Dreisonstok, Joseph Young, Navigation tables for mariners and aviators. Washington, U.S. Govt. Print Off., 1933. (VK 563.D7 1933)

Dreisonstok, Joseph Young, Navigation tables for mariners and aviators. Washington, U. S.Govt. print. off., 1940. (VK 563.D7 1940)

Drescher, Nuala McGann, Engineers for the public good: a history of the Buffalo District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Buffalo, N.Y., The District, 1982. (UG 24.N7 D73 1982)

Driel, H. van, Rotterdam: cargo handling technology, 1870-2000. Zutphen, Walburg Pers, Eindhoven, Stichting Historie der Techniek, 2000. (VK 235.D75 2000)

Drury, W. P., In many parts memoirs of a marine. London, T.F. Unwin, 1926. (V 737.D7)

Dugan, James, The great iron ship. New York, Harper, 1953. (VM 383.G7 D7 1953a)

Dunn, Laurence, The book of ships. Illustrated by Tre Tryckare artist, except sailing ships by Gordon Macfie. New York, Time-Life Books, 1968. (VM 307.D787 1968)

Dunn, Laurence, Passenger liners. Southampton Eng., A. Coles in association with J. De Graff, New York, 1961. (VM 381.D83)

Dunn, Laurence, The world's tankers. London, Arlard Coles Limited in association with George G. Harrap and Company Limited, 1956. (VM 455.D8 1956)

Dutton, Benjamin, Navigation and nautical astronomy. Annapolis, Md., United States Naval Institute, 1943. (VK 555.D97 1943)

Economic analysis handbook. Alexandria, Va., Dept. of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Washington, D.C., 1980. (VC 414.E36 1980)

Elliott, James L., Red stacks over the horizon: the story of the Goodrich Steamboat Line. Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, 1967. (HE 945.G66 E4 1967)

Ellsberg, Edward, Men under the sea. New York, Dodd, Mead & Company, 1939. (VM 981.E5 1939)

Elve, Steven D., Rails across the water: the story of the Ann Arbor car ferries. Lowell, MI, Elve, 1984. (HE 5783.M52 E47 1984)

Emmerson, John Cloyd, The steam-boat comes to Norfolk Harbor, and the log of the first ten years: 1815-1825; together with some account of early steam boats in North Carolina waters; and of some stage lines that joined with the steam boats to form through routes of inland communication ... of some of the hotels and taverns that catered to travelers in the steam boats, and of some notable passengers who rode them. Portsmouth, VA, 1949. (VM 625.N6 E5 1949)

Emmerson, John Cloyd, Steam navigation in Virginia and northeastern North Carolina waters, 1826-1836; continuing the record of the steamboats of the lower Chesapeake, Hampton Roads, James River and Albemarle Sound areas, which was carried through its first decade in [the compiler's] The steam-boat comes to Norfolk Harbor, and the log of the first ten years, 1815-1925. Portsmouth, VA, 1950. (VM 624.V5 E5 1950)

Engeman, Jack, The Coast guard academy: the life of a cadet, a picture story. New York, Lothrop, 1957. (V 437.E5)

Engman, Elmer, Shipwreck guide to the western half of Lake Superior. Duluth, Minn., Innerspace, 1976. (G 525.E538 1976)

Engman, Elmer, An underwater guide to the western half of Lake Superior. Superior, Wisconsin, Nordic Underwater Enterprises, 1974. (G 525.E54 1974)

Estep, H. Cole, How wooden ships are built: a practical treatise on modern American wooden ship construction, with a supplement on laying off wooden vessels. Cleveland, Ohio, The Penton Publishing Company, 1918. (VM 144.E7 1918)

Evans, Henry Oliver, Iron pioneer: Henry W. Oliver, 1840-1904. New York, E. P. Dutton & co., inc., 1942. (HD 9515.E85)

Evers, Carl G., The marine paintings of Carl G. Evers. Toronto, New York, Peacock Press, 1975. (ND 1839 .E93 A45 1975)

Farrington, S. Kip, Ships of theU.S.Merchant Marine. New York, E.P. Dutton, 1947. (HE 565.U5 F3 1947)

Fassett, Frederick Gardiner, The shipbuilding business in the United States of America. New York, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, 1948. (VM 23.F38 v.1)

Fassett, Frederick Gardiner, The shipbuilding business in the United States of America. New York, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, 1948. (VM 23.F38 v.2)

Feltner, Charles E., Shipwrecks of the Straits of Mackinac. Dearborn, MI, Seajay Publications, 1991. (G 525.F435 1991)

Fifty years of shipbuilding excellence, 1933-1983. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., Peterson Builders, 1983. (VM 24.W5 F54 1983)

Fighting ships. London, S. Low, Marston and Company, ltd. (VA 40.F5)

Fitch, John, The autobiography of John Fitch. Philadelphia, American Philosophical Society, 1976. (VM 140.F5 A3 1976)

Fleury, Barbara Frances, Faith the root. New York, E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1942. (PS 3511.L55 F35 1942)

Flexner, James Thomas, Steamboats come true; American inventors in action. New York, The Viking press, 1944. (VM 615.F63)

Flower, Raymond, Lloyd's of London: an illustrated history. New York, Hastings House, 1974. (HG 8039.F55 1974)

Fox, William A., Always good ships: histories ofNewport News ships. Foreword by Alexander Crosby Brown. Norfolk, Va., Donning, 1986. (VM 301.N79 F69 1986)

Frank, Benis M., U.S. Marines in Lebanon, 1982-1984. Washington, D.C., History and Museums Division, Headquarters, U.S.Marine Corps, U.S.G.P.O., 1987. (VE 23.F72)

Frauts, Debbie and Frauts, Ann Kidd and Kent Blackburn, The maritime history of the North Shore of Lake Huron. Ontario?, s.n., 1972. (F 554.F73 1972)

Frazier, Arthur H., Water current meters in the Smithsonian collections of the National Museum of History and Technology. Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press, U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1974. (TC 175.F76)

Frederickson, Arthur C. Later history of theAnn Arbor carferries no. 6 and 7. Frankfort, Mich., Arthur C. and Lucy F. Frederickson, 1951. (HE 5783.M52 F74 1951)

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Olsson, Lars O., Technology carriers: the role of engineers in the expanding Swedish shipbuilding system. Goteborg, Sweden, Dept. of Technology and Society, Chalmers University of Technology, 2000. (VM 299.7.S8 L37 2000)

Osgood, William R., Residual stresses in metals and metal construction. New York, Reinhold Pub. Corp., 1954. (VM 147.O8)

Oxford, William, The ferry steamers: the story of the Detroit-Windsor ferry boats. Toronto, Canada, Stoddart, 1992. (VM 421.O94 1992)

Palmer, William J., The salmon hunters : a word and picture story of the first year cruises of the State of Michigan's first fisheries survey vessel. Escanaba, Mich., Photo Offset Printing, 1969. (SH 684.P3 1969)

Parker, Jack D. and Avery Color Studios, "Shipwrecks of Lake Huron, the great sweetwater sea:" including the Michigan-Huron-Mackinac Straits area. Au Train, MI, Avery Color Studios, 1986. (G 525P36 1986)

Parry, J. H., Romance of the sea. Washington, D.C., National Geographic Society, 1981. (VK 15.P4 1981)

Passfield, Robert W., Building theRideau Canal: a pictorial history. Don Mills, Ont., Canada, Fitzhenry & Whiteside in association with Parks Canada, 1982. (HE 401 .R5 P37 1982)

Paullin, Charles Oscar, Paullin's history of naval administration, 1775-1911: a collection of articles from the U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings. Annapolis, U.S.Naval Institute, 1968. (VB 23.P32 1968)

Petrovskii, Nikolai Viktorovich, Marine internal combustion engines. Moscow, Mir Publishers, 196-. (VM 770.P4713)

Picturesque Detroit and environs. Northampton, MA, Picturesque Publishing Company, 1893. (F 574.D4 P53 1893)

Pierce, John Alvin, Loran, long range navigation. New York, McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1948. (VK 584.L6 P5)

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Port directory of principal Canadian ports and harbours and a large number of minor ports, wharves, depth of water, facilities for loading, etc., also descriptions of typical aids to navigation in Canadian coastal and inland waterways, navigable distances of many rivers in the north west of Canada and some general information to mariners, etc., with a number of illustrations of harbours. Ottawa, Dept. of Marine and Fisheries, Government Printing Bureau, 1914. (HE 553.P67 1914)

Port Huron Sulphite & Paper Company, The 75th anniversary of the Port Huron Sulphite & Paper Company, 1888-1963. Port Huron, Michigan, The Company, 1963. (HD 9829.P67 P6 1963)

Pound, Arthur, Lake Ontario. Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill Company. 1945. (F 556.P6)

Prothero, Frank, Tales of the north shore. Port Stanley, Ont., Nan-Sea Publications, 1987. (F 1059.E6 P76 1987)

Proudly we record: the story of Wyandotte, Michigan. Wyandotte, MI, Rotary Club of Wyandotte, Michigan, 1955. (F 574.W96 R6 1955)

Proulx, Gilles, Between France and New France: life aboard the tall sailing ships. Toronto : Dundurn Press, 1984. (VK 26.P7613 1984)

Pulitzer Finali, Gustavo, Navi e case; architetture interne, 1930-1935. Milano, Ulrico Hoepli 1935. (VM 470.F5)

Purves, John H., Roen Steamship Company: the way it was, 1909-1976. Sturgeon Bay, Wisc., Purves, 1983. (HE 633.R64 P85 1983)

Pyle, Joseph Gilpin, The life of James J. Hill. Garden City, New York, Doubleday, Page & Company, 1917. (HE 2754.H5 P8 v.1)

Quaife, Milo Milton, Lake Michigan. Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1944. (F 553.Q3)

Quick, Herbert, American inland waterways; their relation to railway transportation and to the national welfare: their creation, restoration and maintenance. New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1909. (HE 393.Q6)

Quick, Herbert, Mississippi steamboatin'; a history of steamboating on the Mississippi and its tributaries. New York, H. Holt and Company, 1926. (VM 623.Q5)

Ratigan, William, Great Lakes shipwrecks & survivals. Grand Rapids, Eerdmans 1960. (F 551.R3)

Ratigan, William, Soo Canal. Grand Rapids, Mich., Wm. B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., 1954. (PS 3535.A816 S6 1954)

Rawlings, Arthur Lionel, The theory of the gyroscopic compass and its deviations. New York, The Macmillan Company, 1944. (VK 577.R35 1944)

The Register of shipping for ... London, Gregg Press. Earlier title: New register book of shipping for the year ... Other Titles: Lloyd's register, shipowners. (HE 565.A3 R31)

Reynolds, Clark G., The fast carriers; the forging of an air navy. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1968. (V 874.R4)

Reynolds, Terry S., Sault Ste. Marie: a project report. Washington, D.C., U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Historic American Buildings Survey Historic American Engineering Record, Supt. of Docs., U.S.G.P.O., 1982. (TK 1424.M5 R49 1982)

Richardson, James O., On the treadmill to Pearl Harbor: the memoirs of Admiral James O. Richardson as told to George C. Dyer. Washington, Naval History Division, Dept. of the Navy U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1973, 1974. (V 63.R53 A33 1974)

Riegel, Robert, Merchant vessels. New York. D. Appleton and company, 1921. (VM 391.R5)

Rieseberg, Harry E., I dive for treasure. New York, Robert M. McBride, 1942. (VM 981.R5)

Riesenberg, Felix, The men on deck; master, mates and crew, their duties and responsibilities; a manual for the American merchant service. New York, D. Van Nostrand Company, 1918. (VK 541.R5)

Rimington, Critchell, Fighting fleets: a survey of the navies of the world. New York, Dodd, Mead & Co., 1944. (VA 40.R5 1944)

Rimington, Critchell, Merchant fleets: a survey of the merchant navies of the world. New York, Dodd, Mead & Co., 1944. (VK 145.R5 1944)

Ringwald, Donald C., The Mary Powell: a history of the beautiful side-wheel steamer called "Queen of the Hudson." Berkeley, Calif., Howell-North Books, 1972. (VM 461.5.M3 R56 1972)

River district bicentennial photo collection. Marine City, Mich., MarineCity Rotary Club, 1976. (F 574.M289 R58 1976)

Robinson, Bill, Legendary yachts. New York, Macmillan, 1971. (VM 331.R62 1971)

Roscoe, Theodore, Picture history of the U.S. Navy: from old Navy to new, 1776-1897. New York, Scribner, 1956. (E 182.R84 1956)

Rosenthal, Morris S., Techniques of international trade. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1950. (HF 1007.R6 1950)

Rudorff, Dagobert William, Modern marine engineering. New York, Philosophical Library, 1956. (VM 600.R75 1956)

Salen, Rick, The Tobermory shipwrecks. Tobermory, Ont., Mariner Chart Shop, 1985. (G 525.S25 1985)

Sanderson, Herbert J., Pictorial marine history: told in words and pictures. Milwaukee, Wis., Wisconsin Marine Historical Society, 1984. (VM 15.S3 1984)

Sapolsky, Harvey M., The Polaris system development; bureaucratic and programmatic success in government. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1972. (V 993.S26)

Sartori & Berger, With sail, steam, and diesel: from the hundred years history of Sartori & Berger, Kiel, shipowners and shipbrokers, 1858-1958. Darmstadt, Hamburg, Studio Kraft Sachisthal, 1958. (HE 945.S3 A313 1958)

Satterlee, Herbert Livingston, J. Pierpont Morgan: an intimate portrait. New York, The Macmillan Company, 1939. (CT 275.M6 S32)

Savet, Paul H., Gyroscopes: theory and design; with applications to instrumentation, guidance, and control. New York, McGraw Hill, 1961. (VK 584.G8 S3)

Sawyer, L. A., Victory ships and tankers: the history of the "Victory" type cargo ships and of the tankers built in the United States of America during World War II. Cambridge, MD, Cornell Maritime Press, 1974. (VM 391.S39 1974)

Sawyer, Leonard Arthur and Mitchell, W.H., The liberty ships: the history of the "emergency" type cargo ships constructed in the United States during World War II. Drawings by John S. Lindsay. Cambridge, Md., Cornell Maritime Press, 1970. (VM 391.S38 1970)

Scanlan, Charles Martin, The Lady Elgin disaster, September 9, 1860. Milwaukee, Cannon Printing Co.?, 1928. (F 589.M657 S33 1928)

Schaap, Dick and Schaap, Dick, A bridge to the seven seas. New York, D. McKay, 1973. (HE 945.N6S3 1973)

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Schofield, William G., Destroyers, 60 years. New York, Rand McNally, 1962. (V 825.3.S3)

Schooner, Nancy, Leaves from the war log of the Nancy, eighteen hundred and thirteen. Midland, Ont., Huronia Historical Development Council, Ontario Dept. of Tourism and Information, 1968. (E 360.N27 1968)

Schultz, Gerard, The new history of Michigan's thumb. S.l., s.n., 1969. (F 566.S38 1969)

Scott, Harley E., Tales of the Muskoka steamboats: a history of Muskoka. Bracebridge, Muskoka, Ont., Herald-Gazette Press, 1969. (HE 635.5.M88 S36 1969)

Scott, Irving Day, Inland lakes of Michigan. Lansing, Mich., Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford, State printers, 1921. (GB 1625.M5 S36 1921)

Scull, Penrose, Great ships around the world. New York, Ziff-Davis Pub. Co., 1960. (VK 20.S3)

Shafter, Richard A., Destroyers in action. New York, Cornell Maritime Press, 1945. (V 840.S5)

Ships and water. Philadelphia, David McKay Company, 1938. (TR 670.S5 1938)

Ships of the United States Navy and their sponsors. Norwood, Mass., Plimpton Press, 1913-1958. (VA 61.S48 1913 v.1)

Shipwrecks on the Lakes. Lansing, Mich. Dept. of Education, 1979. (G 525.S553 1979)

Silverstone, Paul H., U.S. warships of World War I Paul H. Silverstone. Garden City, NY, Doubleday, 1970. (VA 58.S58 1970)

Silverstone, Paul H., U.S. warships of World War II. London, I. Allan, 1965. (VA 58.S6 1965b)

Simpson, Colin, The Lusitania. Boston, Little, Brown, 1972. (D 592.L8 S5)

Sinclair, Robert A., Winds over Lake Huron: chronicles in the life of a Great Lakes mariner. Hicksville, NY, Exposition Press, 1977. (VK 140.S36 A3 1977)

The Sixty Years' War for the Great Lakes, 1754-1814. East Lansing, Michigan State University Press, 2001. (F 551.S53 2001)

Skalley, Michael, Foss: ninety years of towboating. Seattle, Wash., Superior, 1981. (VM 464.S56 1981)

Slocum, Joshua, Sailing alone around the world. New York, Dover Publications, 1956. (G 440.S628 1956)

Smith, Edgar Charles, A short history of naval and marine engineering. With a foreword by Major P. J. Cowan. Cambridge, England, The University Press 1938. (VM 615.S55)

Smith, Eugene W., Trans-Atlantic passenger ships, past and present. Boston, G.H. Dean Co., 1947. (HE 565.A3 S5 1947)

Smith, Eugene W., Trans-Pacific passenger ships; and, Appendix to Trans-Atlantic passenger ships, past and present. Boston, G.H. Dean Co., 1953. (HE 565.A3 S52 1953)

Smith, John, A sea grammar. London, 1627. Amsterdam, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum; New York, Da Capo Press, 1968. (V 101.S58 1627a)

Smith, Thomas A., Oulanie Thepy: the golden age of HarbourTown: Vermillion, 1837 to 1879. Bowling Green, Ohio, Northwest Ohio-Great Lakes Research Center, 1973. (F 499.V47 S54 1973)

Snider, Clare J. and Davis, Michael W.R., The Ford fleet (1923-1989). Cleveland, Ohio, Freshwater press, 1994. (VM 391.S625 1994)

Snyder, Paul., Knots & lines. Tuckahoe, N.Y., J. de Graff, 1970. (VM 533.S65 1970)

Soviet naval policy: objectives and constraints. New York, Praeger, 1975. (VA 573.S57)

Stambler, Irwin, The battle for inner space; undersea warfare and weapons. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1962. (V 210.S695)

Standard Oil Company, Ships of the Esso fleet in World War II. New York, Standard Oil Company (New Jersey), 1946. (D 773.S8)

Stanford, Peter, The ships that brought us so far. New York, National Maritime Historical Society, 1971. (V 13.S8 1971)

Stanton, Samuel Ward, Long Island Sound and Narragansett Bay steam vessels. Meriden, Conn., Meriden Gravure Co., 1962. (VM 307.S72 1962)

Starr, Chester G., The Roman imperial navy, 31 B.C.-A.D. 324.New York, Barnes & Noble, 1960. (V 39.S7 1960)

Stark, George W., The Huron heritage: fifty years of concrete achievement of the Huron Portland Cement Company, 1907-1957. Detroit, Denman and Baker, Inc., 1957? (TP 883.S76 1957)

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Stewart, Colin, Flags, funnels, and hull colours. London, A. Coles, in association with G.G. Harrap, 1953. (HE 736.S8 1953)

Stein, C. E., The wreck of the Erie Belle, told in story and picture. Wheatley, Ont., Ship'n Shore Pub. Co., 1970. (VK 1255.E7 S75 1970)

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Stirling, Yates, Sea duty; the memoirs of a fighting admiral. New York, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1939. (V 63.S75 A3)

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Stogdill, Ralph Melvin and others, A predictive study of administrative work patterns. Columbus, Bureau of Business Research, College of Commerce and Administration, Ohio State University, 1956. (VB 313.S85)

Stonehouse, Frederick, Isle Royale shipwrecks. Au Train, Mich., Avery Color Studios, 1977. (F 572.I8 S86 1977)

Stonehouse, Frederick, Lake Superior's "shipwreck coast:” a survey of maritime accidents from Whitefish Bay's Point Iroquois to Grand Marais, Michigan. Au Train, Mich., Avery Color Studios, 1985. (G 525.S8629 1985)

Stonehouse, Frederick, Marquette shipwrecks. Au Train, Mich., Avery Color Studios, 1977. (F 574.M3 S75 1977)

Stonehouse, Frederick, Munising shipwrecks: a history of the maritime accidents of theLake Superior coast from Au Train to Au Sable Point. Marquette, Mich., Shipwrecks Unlimited, 1980. (G 525.S863 1980)

Stonehouse, Frederick, Went missing: fifteen vessels that disappeared on Lake Superior. Au Train, MI, Avery Color Studios, 1977. (G 525.S8635 1977)

Stonehouse, Frederick, The wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald. Au Train, Mich., Avery Color Studios, 1977. (G 530.E26 S87 1977)

The story of Louis deRochemont's Windjammer : a modern adventure in Cinemiracle. New York, Random House, 1958. (PN 1997.W5595 1958)

Styran, Roberta McAfee and Taylor, Robert R. with John N. Jackson, The Welland canals: the growth of Mr. Merritt's ditch. Erin, Ont., Boston Mills Press, 1988. (HE 401.W45 S78 1988)

Sykes, Al, Pulp & Paper Fleet: a history of the Quebec and Ontario Transportation Company. St. Catharines, Ont., Stonehouse Publications, 1988. (HE 398.S95 1988)

Symposium on Naval Structural Mechanics, Plasticity: proceedings. New York, Symposium Publications Division, Pergamon Press, 1960. (VM 162.S9 1960)

Symposium on Naval Structural Mechanics, Structural mechanics: proceedings of the first symposium on naval structural mechanics held at Stanford University, California, August 11-14, 1958. New York, Pergamon Press, 1960. (VM 162.S9 1958)

Talbot, Frederick Arthur Ambrose, Steamship conquest of the world. Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott company, 1912. (VM 615.T3)

Tatley, Richard, Steamboating in Muskoka: a condensed history of the steamboats in Muskoka from 1866 to the present time. Bracebridge, Ont, Muskoka Litho., 1972. (VM 627.O5 T38 1972)

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Taylor, Harrie S., "Oglebay, Norton:" 100 years on the Great Lakes. New York, Newcomen Society inNorth America, 1954. (HD 9519 .O38 T3 1954)

Terrell, Mark, The principles of diving. South Brunswick, NJ, A.S. Barnes, 1967. (VM 981.T4 1967)

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Thompson, Mark L., Graveyard of the lakes. Detroit, Wayne State University Press, 2000. (G 525.T475 2000)

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Trimble, George, Lake navigation for the beginner. Cleveland, Caxton, 1950z. (VK 555.T75 1950z)

Turnbull, Archibald Douglas, John Stevens, an American record. New York, London, The Century Co. 1928. (VM 140.S7 T8)

Turner, Robert D., The Pacific Empresses: an illustrated history of Canadian Pacific Railway's Empress liners on thePacific Ocean. Victoria, B.C., SonoNis Press, 1981. (HE 945.C378 1981)

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Tyler, David Budlong, Steam conquers theAtlantic. New York, D. Appleton-Century Company, Incorporated, 1939. (VM 615.T9 1939) 2 copies

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United Nations. Economic Commission for Asia and theFar East. Comparative study of various types of marine engines, prepared by the Secretariat. [Bangkok?] United Nations Dept. of Economic Affairs, 1954. (VM 731.U4)

United Nations. Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East, Selected plans of inland waterway vessels. Choix de plans de bateaux pour la navigation intérieure. New York, United Nations Dept. of Economic and Social Affairs, 1955. (VM 297.U5)

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United States. Naval Academy, Annapolis. Dept. of Marine Engineering, Naval auxiliary machinery. Annapolis, United States Naval Academy, 1952. (VM 765.U5 1952)

United States. Naval Academy, Annapolis. Dept. of Marine Engineering, Naval boilers. Annapolis, United States Naval Institute, 1956. (VM 741.U5 1956)

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United States. Navy Dept., Moral leadership: The protection of moral standards and character education program. Washington, D. C., U. S. Government printing office, 1957. (V 698.U51)

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Walter, Lord, A night to remember. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1976. (g 530.t6 l6 1976)

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Watson, Forbes, Winslow Homer. New York, Crown Publishers, 1942. (ND 237.H7 W3 1942)

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Wede, Karl, The ship's bell: its history and romance. New York, South Street Seaport Museum, 1972. (VC 279.B45 W44 1972)

Weeks-Mifflin, Mary and Mifflin, Ray, The light on Chantry Island. Erin, Ont., Boston Mills Press, 1986. (VK 1027.05 W43 1986)

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Wellman Engineering Company, A pictorial record of engineering achievements in creating and building steel plant equipment and machinery for handling heavy bulk materials. Cleveland, Ohio, the Wellman Engineering Co., 1944. (TA 215.W37 1944)

Wellman, Manly Wade, Fastest on the river; the great race between the "Natchez" and the "Robert E. Lee". New York, Holt 1957. (VM 625.M5 W4)

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Wendt, Gordon., In the wake of the "Walk-in-the-Water:” the marine history of Sandusky, Ohio. Sandusky, Ohio, Wendt, 1984. (HE 631.S35 W45 1984)

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