The Mayflower and other colonial vessels

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The book is written by William Baker who was primarily responsible for the making of a reproduction of the Mayflower from plans made through his research on what the Mayflower might have been. Yes, thats right, and who knew it, there is no historical record that definitively describes the technical specifications of this hallowed vessel, nor is there even certainty about the pedigree and fate of the ship? Thus the need to do extensive research about ships and boats of the time and then to approximate the plans of the ship using the best guess method.
The book is written by William Baker who was primarily responsible for the making of a reproduction of the Mayflower from plans made through his research on what the Mayflower might have been. Yes, thats right, and who knew it, there is no historical record that definitively describes the technical specifications of this hallowed vessel, nor is there even certainty about the pedigree and fate of the ship? Thus the need to do extensive research about ships and boats of the time and then to approximate the plans of the ship using the best guess method.
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Author William Baker
Published 1983
Book Condition Ex Library Naval Collection , library plate and stamp, generally excellent condition
Dimensions (cm) 16x24
Pages 180
Weight (g) 600.0000
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