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Virginia: Maine's First Ship — Bradford '61

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By John W. Bradford, Class of 1961

This is a detailed account of the reconstruction of VIRGINIA, a project whose aims were to keep her as historically accurate as today's licensing procedures allow, and to give all who might visit her or sail her a taste of what life and work at sea was like 400 years ago. The book assembles and preserves the extensive research on shipbuilding methods and vessel design that are true to the early 17th century.

-From the back cover.

Model #: WBA280-Bradford
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