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Ships of the Inland Sea: The Story of the Puget Sound Steamboats.
by [Northwest History] Newell, Gordon R.

Publisher Information:
Binfords & Mort,, Portland:: 1951..

A Near Fine copy in a Very Good plus unclipped dust jacket with edge wear and partial separation of the fold of the spine. The Puget Sound steamboats played an intimate part of the Pacific Northwest in the days it was coming of age. The author documents the history of the Mosquito Fleet, the Paddle-Wheel Pirates, the early steamboats, side-wheelers, the tugs, ferries as well as the shipping disasters and changes in power systems. Illustrated with photos.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 24331

Price: $75.00

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