Add To Cart
A Short History of Seafaring
The DK A Short History Of. . . series features fascinating histories of unique topics that bring you into the story of the advancement of human knowledge!
A Short History of Seafaring tells the amazing stories of the sailors who set out from shore and ventured their lives out on the vast blue waves of the ocean. Learn about the early Polynesian seafarers and the first full circumnavigation of the globe, the explorers who went to the coral reefs of the West Indes, the European discovery of America, the establishment of the British Royal Navy, the naval history of the Civil War, modern piracy, and more! This book is a unique collection of epic sea voyages that always involve great feats of seamanship, navigation, endurance, and ingenuity. 400 pages, softcover.
|Title: A Short History of Seafaring|
Number of Pages: 400
Publication Date: 2019
|Dimensions: 7.81 X 5.06 (inches)|
Weight: 15 ounces
Stock No: WW484631
U.S. History Detective Book 2: Late 1800s to the 21st Century (Grades 8-12+)Steven GreifCritical Thinking Company / 2016 / Trade Paperback$39.99
Classical Acts and Facts History Cards: Ancient WorldClassical Conversations / 2014 / Other$22.995 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
This history of the sea and sailing tells the remarkable story of those individuals--whether they lived to tell the tale themselves or not.
From the early Polynesian seafarers and the first full circumnavigations of the globe, to explorers picking their way through the coral reefs of the West Indies, this book tells the compelling story of life at sea that lies behind man's search for new lands, new trade, conquest, and uncharted waters.
The great milestones of nautical history from the discovery of America to the establishment of the Royal Navy, the naval history of the Civil War, the Battle of Midway and modern piracy are all charted and set in their cultural and historical context.
A Short History of Seafaring is a unique compendium of awe-inspiring tales of epic sea voyages that always involve great feats of seamanship, navigation, endurance, and ingenuity.