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    Donal Baird
  • ISBN:
    1551092670
  • ISBN13:
    978-1551092676
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    Nimbus Publishing (January 1, 2001)
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    144 pages
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Armstrong, Peggy and Marguerite Wagner, Age of Sail in Annapolis County 1760–1925 Midnight Press, Annapolis Royal (2000), pp. Donal Baird, Women at Sea in the Age of Sail’’, Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, 2001, p. 216. 68–69. Jennifer Bishop, The Seafaring Maiden, The Family Herald’’, Nov. 7, 1957, . 4.

Even when a woman died at sea, the fact was seldom recorded. Published by Naval Institute Press, this "seminal" (irony intended) work contains illustrations, an index, and is heavily footnoted.

Offically, the women living on the lower deck did not exist," Stark writes of the prostitutes and seagoing wives aboard British Naval warships in the Age of Sail. Even when a woman died at sea, the fact was seldom recorded.

Sail Away Ladies is the story of seafaring women who accompanied their sea captain husbands on ocean voyages .

Sail Away Ladies is the story of seafaring women who accompanied their sea captain husbands on ocean voyages in the nineteenth century. While featuring women of Cape Cod, the topic has universal application to coastal communities from Maine to Long Island. Often that world was suspicious of the captain's wife.

Out of This World is an album by the Pepper Adams Donald Byrd Quintet. The album features the recording debut of pianist Herbie Hancock. Original issue, Warwick W 2041. Out of This World" (Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer). Curro's" (Donald Byrd). It's a Beautiful Evening" (Ray Rasch, Dotty Wayne). Mr. Lucky Theme" (Henry Mancini) (theme of TV-series Mr. Lucky). Bird House" (Donald Byrd). Day Dreams" (Duke Ellington, John Latouche, Billy Strayhorn). Volume 2, Warwick W 2041-2.

Fully illustrated throughout, this book incorporates computer-generated cartography that brings the sea battles to. .Our fascination with the drama of war at sea is as strong today as it was in the heyday of the sailing ship.

Fully illustrated throughout, this book incorporates computer-generated cartography that brings the sea battles to life. An in-depth look at ship design and the "floating culture" onboard. This book, written by one of the world's foremost authors on naval warfare, describes the dramatic battles of an age when sail was supreme. Andrew Lambert's comprehensive history examines key naval conflicts from the highest strategic level right down to the experience of the ordinary sailor.

Donald Byrd, one of the leading jazz trumpeters of the 1950s and early 1960s, who became both successful and controversial in the 1970s by blending jazz, funk and rhythm and blues into a pop hybrid that defied categorization, died on Feb. 4 in Dover, Del. He was 80. His death was confirmed b. His death was confirmed by Haley Funeral Directors of Southfield, Mich. Word of Mr. Byrd’s death had circulated online for several days, but was not announced by his family

Rough Medicineis much more than the lively stories of doctors at sea. It is a rich chronicle of both the early history of global trade and the evolution of modern medicine

Rough Medicineis much more than the lively stories of doctors at sea. It is a rich chronicle of both the early history of global trade and the evolution of modern medicine. CONTENTS Chapter One - Medicine ar Sea: Woodall's the Surgion's Mate Cahpter Two- Shipping Out Chapter Three- The Medicine Chest Chapter Four - the First Leg: Day-to-Day Life Chapter Five- The Whale Hunt Chapter Six Accidents, Injuries and Ailments Chapter Seven- Battling Scurvy Chapter Eight- Encounters with Native Peoples Chapter Nine- "Motley, Reckles & Profligate":Troubles with Captains and Crews Epilogue0.

In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, many women experienced firsthand the perils and pleasures of life at sea. These venturesome women went to sea largely to be with their captain husbands and many proved themselves useful far beyond their roles as companions. Luckily for us, many of these seafaring women kept journals. Here, these women recount, in their own words, their impressions of the exotic places they visited, the homes they made and the children they raised afloat on the seas. Donal Baird has published various articles and books on his passions, sailing and firefighting.