Report on the Ship-building Industry of the United States 1884.

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  1. Jamie Kennedy
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    Jamie Kennedy Senior Member

    I'm sure many of you have seen this before. Full of great information, both historical and that which is still practical. I find the information on dories very interesting, starting on page 19, but I need to read the whole thing. Full of gems. Anyone else have any favourite pages, or similar old books available online? Thank you Henry Hall, and the United States government of the day.

    https://ia902605.us.archive.org/16/items/reportonshipbui00hallgoog/reportonshipbui00hallgoog.pdf

    https://archive.org/details/reportonshipbui00hallgoog
     
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  2. Remmlinger
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    Remmlinger engineer

    Thanks a lot for the link.
    Interesting stuff, even lines plans!
    Uli
     
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