American Sailing Ships Coloring Book
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American Sailing Ships Coloring Book  -     By: Peter F. Copeland
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Title: American Sailing Ships Coloring Book
By: Peter F. Copeland
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 48
Vendor: Dover Publications
Publication Date: 1987
Dimensions: 11.01 X 8.30 X 0.16 (inches)
Weight: 6 ounces
ISBN: 0486253880
ISBN-13: 9780486253886
Series: Dover Coloring Book
Stock No: WW253886

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The magnificent age of sail lives again in this distinctive collection of ready-to-color American sailing ships. In a pictorial display spanning over 200 years of maritime history, artist and avid sailor Peter Copeland meticulously depicts vessels ranging from small, shallow-draft topsail schooners of Colonial times and early sail-and-steam powered ships to modern reconstructions of classic 17th-century vessels.
Forty-five exciting, ready-to-color illustrations include the privateer frigate Bethel (1748), a colonial sloop (1760), the Andrew Doria (1776), the U.S.S. Constitution (1812), the paddle steamer Savannah (1819), the clipper ship Helena (1849), a Nantucket whaler (1850), and more.
Complementing well-researched and accurately rendered drawings are informative captions which describe each ship — dates, types of vessel, construction, historical background, distinguishing characteristics, brief anecdotes, and more.
Educational and entertaining, this impressive, fact-filled volume will delight colorists of all ages, students, teachers, as well as anyone captivated by the romance and adventure of the high seas.

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