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Continental Army Vessels on Inland Waterways, 1775-1782


bruce d

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"The uses and conveniences of different kinds of Water Craft"
Continental Army Vessels on Inland Waterways, 1775-1782
by John U. Rees, 2001

 

The_uses_and_conveniences_of_different.pdf

 

 

EDIT: so there is no confusion, the status of this document is Open Access although it is not plainly stated in the text. The source is acemia.edu and this statement is on their home page:

"Open Access

Academia’s goal is to ensure that every paper, ever written, is on the internet, available for free. 22 million papers have been uploaded to Academia.edu. We think there are ~100 million papers ever written, so we are ~22% of the way there."
 
Thanks go to Kurt for highlighting the lack of this information in the post. Wouldn't want it any other way.
Edited by bruce d

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A model shipwright and an amateur historian are heads & tails of the same coin

current builds:

HMS Berwick 1775, 1/192 scratchbuild; a Slade 74 in the Navy Board style

Mediator sloop, 1/48 - an 18th century transport scratchbuild 

French longboat - CAF - 1/48, on hold

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