Author: John Fitzhugh Millar
Publisher: Thirteen Colonies Pr; First Edition edition (June 1, 1986)
Category: Business & Finance
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This book contains extensive information on North American ships built through the year 1790. This book will appeal to readers who have interest in early American history or sailing, and is particularly useful to model-builders and to Marine Artist.
This book contains extensive information on North American ships built through the year 1790. The paper and sewn binding have been specially chosen for their long-life qualities, making this book additionally valuable.
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According to, the book "Early American Ships" by John Fitzhugh Millar, Thirteen Colonies Press, Williamsburg, VA: 1986 states, in part: "The British. began a program of building some small warships to protect their interests on the lake. Their base and shipyards were at St. John on the Richelieu River at the northern end of the lake. The book also had a list of British ships that showed a Betsey launched in 1771; the only thing like a "George" in that book is a ship called Royal George launched in 1777.
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by John Fitzhugh Millar. Include any personal information. Mention spoilers or the book's price. 0) 50 characters minimum. He also became a ship captain, and soon sailed to ports in America, where he began designing some of the most iconic buildings of the continent. In a clandestine operation, he procured the plans for the French Canadian fortress of Louisbourg, enabling Massachusetts Governor William Shirley to capture it in 1745. This setback forced the French to halt their operation to capture all of British America and to give up British territory they had captured in India.