Land Ho 1620 A Seaman's Story of the Mayflower Her Construction Her Navigation and Her First Landfall E–book/E–pub

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Land Ho 1620 A Seaman's Story of the Mayflower Her Construction Her Navigation and Her First LandfallMaps Nickerson scholar Delores Bird Updated All One Hundred And Seventy updated all hundred and seventy annotations checking them against original sources In addition she has prepared a new bibliography and against original sources In addition she has prepared a new bibliography and extensive new introduction that places Land Ho 1620 into its historical and historiographical context        Divided into four parts the first describes the Voyage; the second told with the skill of a shipbuilder describes the Ship which incl. ,
With an original 1931 press un of only seven hundred and fifty surviving copies of Land Ho 1620 are now either in or copies of Land Ho 1620 are now either in archives as valued collector's editions Acclaimed by the surviving copies of Land Ho 1620 are now either in archives or exist as valued collector's editions Acclaimed by the Cod Pilgrim Memorial Association in 1957 as the most authentic interesting and best written book on the voyage of the Pilgrims and their lives Nickerson's work is now available in this handsome paperback edition complete with all original illustrations and. Udes drawings of the deck plan the passenger uarters and the elevation and sail plan Also included in this section are discussions of the sail Also included in this section are discussions of ship's speed instruments and personnel The Third the backside of Cape Cod addresses the problem of where the Mayflower first saw land and its subseuent course Nickerson concludes with the Landfall and the Landing Of great significance is his map The Back Side of Cape Cod Today 1930 and Yesterday 162. .