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Dictionary of the Sailing Ships: A Record of Merchant Sailing Ships Owned, Registered and Built in the Port of Tyne from 1830 to 1930 [Paperback]

Richard E. Keys


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Biographies of 4,700 and Tyne owned, registered and built sailing ships. Description of R. Tyne seafaring life, and trades in which ships participated.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Tyne Merchant Sailing Dictionary 24 July 2008
By Brian Fornear - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
If you have ancestors who were in the merchant marine and sailed out of the Newcastle area, the Dictionary of Tyne Sailing Ships should prove to be an invaluable resource. It is a work of extraordinary effort by Rickard E. Keyes that took the author many years to complete. Mr. Keyes' objective was "...to record the names, builders, owners, masters, career details and fates of sailing vessels of over 50 registered tons." And he has done that admirably. The dictionary comes complete with invaluable indexes for the ships, ship name changes, owners and shareholders, masters, shipbuilding centers & shipbuilders and a general index.

The Dictionary of Tyne Sailing Ships is truly a merchant marine researcher's treasure.

Other books by Dick Keyes (& Ken Smith):
Black Diamonds by Sea
Down Elswick Slipways
Ferry Tales: Tyne-Norway Voyages 1864-2000
From Walker to the World
Steamers at the Staiths
Tall Ships on the Tyne

B. Fornear
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