2 edition of Shipbuiling days in Casco Bay, 1727-1890 found in the catalog.
Shipbuiling days in Casco Bay, 1727-1890
William Hutchinson Rowe
|LC Classifications||VM24.M2 R6 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 222 p.|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||66022135|
The major event of the war came in September when Norridgewock, Penobscot, and Canada Indians converged on Peaks Island In Casco Bay and, on Septem attacked the Back Cove settlements. Major Benjamin Church arrived by sloop at sunrise at Fort Loyal, and after a "fierce fight" drove the Indians from the area. USS INDIANA was the second SOUTH DAKOTA - class Battleship and the third ship (but only the second actually completed) in the Navy named after the state. Placed in reserve in commission at Bremerton on Septem , the INDIANA was decommissioned on Septem , and entered the Pacific Reserve Fleet.
Yarmouth is part of the Portland–South Portland-Biddeford Metropolitan Statistical Area. The town's proximity to the Atlantic Ocean, and its location on the banks of the Royal River, which empties into Casco Bay less than a mile away, means it is a prime location as a harbor. Ships were built in the harbor mainly between and the s, at which point demand declined : Cumberland. William Rowe a.k.a. William T. Rowe is a Guggenheim Fellow in Humanities. read more about William T. Rowe; William Rowe was a 19th-century Member of Parliament in the Auckland Region, New Zealand. born in ( years ago) died in ( years ago).
USS Stanton (DE) was an Edsall-class destroyer escort built for the U.S. Navy during World War served in the Atlantic Ocean the Pacific Ocean and provided destroyer escort protection against submarine and air attack for Navy vessels and convoys.. She was named in honor of Rear Admiral Oscar F. Stanton (–). As rear admiral in , Stanton commanded the South Atlantic Builder: Brown Shipbuilding Houston, Texas. Begin by crossing the Casco Bay bridge and visiting the Bug Light in South Portland. Go on to the Spring Point Light in South Portland, the iconic Portland Head Light at Fort Williams Park and Two.
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Shipbuilding Days in Casco Bay (Being Footnotes to the Maritime History of Maine) Hardcover – January 1, by William Hutchinson Rowe (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: William Hutchinson Rowe.
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OCLC Number: Notes: Maps on lining-papers. Description: xii, pages frontispiece, plates 25 cm: Contents: In the beginning --Masts for the Royal Navy --The logs of the privateers --The Dash, the pride of the bay --Shipbuilding in Portland --The yards on Fore River, Deering and along the foresides --Shipbuilding days in Yarmouth --In Freeport yards --The Brunswick and Harpswell.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rowe, William Hutchinson, Shipbuiling days in Casco Bay, Freeport, Me., Bond Wheelwright Co. [ Shipbuiling days in Casco Bay, by William Hutchinson Rowe 2 editions - first published in Written works: The Maritime History of Maine: Three Centuries of Shipbuilding and Seafaring.
Shipbuilding Days and Tales of the Sea, in Old North Yarmouth and Yarmouth, Maine () Shipbuilding Days in Casco Bay, Being Footnotes to the Maritime History of Maine () Ancient North Yarmouth and Yarmouth, Maine, A History (). The Maritime History of Maine, Three Centuries of Shipbuilding & Seafaring by William Hutchinson Rowe and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Shipbuilding Days in Casco Bay Being Footnotes To the Maritime History of Maine.
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) Review by: S. Morison. This series of blog posts will provide an overall picture of the naval events that occurred in Casco Bay, Maine, during World War II. It is a scaled down version of presentations that were given at historical museums in the Portland, Maine, area in and Casco Bay.
Casco Bay Region Casco Bay was the earliest of the fields of activity for the Maine ship builders and one of the last to witness their going. Rowe in his book has undertaken to tell of glorious days and of the grea\ things that then were wrought. A perusal of the volume hasAuthor: William Hutchinson Rowe, Maine State Library.
- The White Mountain Scrap Book by Ernest E. Bisbee - Dated by The Bisbee Press Shipbuilding Days in Casco Bay Author: William Hutchinson Rowe this vintage volume is a 's reprint of a maritime work on the history of shipbuilding in Maine's Casco Bay.
The work contains several illustrations of ships built in the. Shipbuilding days in Casco Bay, Being footnotes to the maritime history of Maine. Yarmouth, ME. Yarmouth, ME. Reprinted in by Bond Wheelwright Co., Freeport, ME.
SHIPBUILDING DAYS IN CASCO BAY BEING FOOTNOTES TO THE MARITIME HISTORY OF MAINE ( REPRINT) Freeport, ME: Bond Wheelwright Company, Reprint. pages. Hardcover. A reprint of the original. Seventeen b/w illustrations. Map endpapers of Casco Bay. Green tweedcloth-covered boards with gilt title on spine.
Alternatively, the classic maritime chronicler of Maine and Casco Bay, William Hutchinson Rowe in Shipbuilding Days in Casco Bay, () and The Maritime History of Maine: Three Centuries of Shipbuilding and Seafaring () hardly acknowledges a Custom House.
Researchers and students are obliged to read British records, footnotes. Much of the documentation of those early shipbuilding days was lost in a fire in Portland. A list put together by John D. Pennell shows as many as 19 ships being built by Pennells before The United States did not officially enter World War II until December 8,the day after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
But the war came to Casco Bay a year earlier when the shipyard in South Portland began building ships for the British. “Portland was an exciting place during the war,” says historian Joel Eastman.
The photo identifies 13 companies in the area. These businesses occupy the site of the former West Yard of South Portland Shipbuilding Corp. Janu The businesses identified are: Pocahontas Terminal Co. Casco Bay Fisheries Deep Sea Products, Inc.
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