- Author:Walter Magnes Teller,Joshua Slocum
- Publisher:Ashford Press Pub.; New edition edition (October 1985)
- Pages:406 pages
- Subcategory:Water Sports
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Find sources: "Joshua Slocum" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (August . a b Teller, Walter Magnes (1971). Joshua Slocum: The Life and Voyages of America's Best Known Sailor. Dobbs Ferry, NY: Sheridan House.
Find sources: "Joshua Slocum" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (August 2010) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). From The Century Magazine, Sept. New Brunswick, . : Rutgers University Press. A Man for All Oceans - Captain Joshua Slocum and the First Solo Voyage Around the World. Tilbury House Publishers and the New Bedford Whaling Museum.
In the 60 years since Captain Slocum's successful circumnavigation, his story about the voyage, Sailing Alone Around The World has become a classic, but only a few of its readers know the captains other books, The Voyage of the Liberdade and The voyage of the Destroyer from New York to Brazil.
Joshua Slocum was probably the most legendary sailor of all time. Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers.
by. Teller, Walter Magnes. Slocum, Joshua, b. 1844. Rutgers University Press.
Walter Magnes Teller was widely recognized as the foremost Slocum scholar of our time. for readers who love the sea and the well-told tale, the work of Joshua Slocum will always be rewarding. He lived in an era when self-reliance was not a virtue but a necessity. From an ancient rotting oysterman, he built a sweet little ship and.
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One day Joshua found a boat called The spray and decided to sail it round the world. After that Slocum visited the Kingdom of Samoa. Australia, the Pacific and Indian Oceans. He has been rebuilding the boat for three years and went fishing to test it at sea. By 1895, Joshua was ready and started his journey from Boston on 26 April, The first weeks crossing the Atlantic went by peacefully. And at last the end of the journey came on 27 uune 1898 in New Port Rhode Island, the United States, It was a cruise of more than 46,000 miles around the world, which took him three years, two months and two days 1. Did Captain Slocum travel with his friends or alone?
Area code 215, a private line in Bucks County. The Voyages of Joshua Slocum. Cape Cod and the offshore islands. Starting right with sheep.
Title: Walter Magnes Teller Papers Date Span: 1872-1988 Creator: Walter Magnes Teller, 1911-1993 Mss Number .