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(Barry), William Bell Clark, GALLANT JOHN BARRY, THE STORY OF A NAVAL HERO OF TWO WARS, 1745-1803.



$45.00




Buel, Richard, IN IRONS: Britain's Naval Supremacy and the American Revolutionary Economy. Yale University Press, 1998. NEW copy, hardcover with dust jacket. Extensive notes, index, 397 pages.
~~~In this groundbreaking work, Richard Buel investigates the influence of Britain's navy on America's Revolutionary War economy. He discusses the damage that Britain inflictedby seizing major colonial centers and denying Americans access to overseas markets, andhe shows how both Spain and France bolstered the economic survival of the infant republic.


$40.00

Cohen, Sheldon S., YANKEE SAILORS IN BRITISH GAOLS: Prisoners of War at Forton and Mill, 1777~1783



$40.00


(Conyngham), Neeser, Robert Wilden (ed), LETTERS AND PAPERS RELATING TO THE CRUISES OF GUSTAVUS CONYNGHAM, A CAPTAIN OF THE CONTINENTAL NAVY, 1777-1779.



$150.00


Fowler, William M., REBELS UNDER SAIL: THE AMERICAN NAVY DURING THE REVOLUTION.



$35.00


Gardiner, Robert NAVIES AND THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION



$49.00




(Jones, John Paul) Gilkerson, William, THE SHIPS OF JOHN PAUL JONES.



$35.00


(Jones, John Paul) Johnson, Gerald W., THE FIRST CAPTAIN: THE STORY OF JOHN PAUL JONES.



$20.00


(Jones, John Paul) Stewart, Charles W., JOHN PAUL JONES COMMEMORATION AT ANNAPOLIS, APRIL 24, 1906



$75.00




Preston, Antony, David Lyon & John H. Batchelor, NAVIES OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.



$30.00


[Prince] Crawford, Michael J. (ed), THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YANKEE MARINER: Christopher Prince and the American Revolution



$15.00



White, Charles, THE BROKEN SWORD: A Novel of the American War for Independence at Sea. NEW copy. TRADE PAPERBACK. Heritage Books, 2005. FICTION. 210 pages. " In the early autumn of 1775, the Virginia Tidewater was a turbulent and chaotic territory. Loyalties were very far from being decided. Many Virginians still entertained hopes for a peaceful reconciliation with King George III. Jack Cunningham is a man marked by these deeply divided loyalties. This thrilling historical novel is set in the beginning of the American Revolution and follows Jack Cunningham, a sailor, through the bloody years of the Revolution as he struggles to choose between his loyalty to a dying empire and his enthusiasm for a promising, but troubled, new nation. Combat, both at sea and ashore, as well as cloak and dagger espionage in the colonial town of Norfolk, Virginia, will keep readers, especially armchair sailors, on the edge of their seat."

$24.50