Most entries in the bibliography have a few descriptive words e.g. "March,
Edgar J. 'Inshore Craft of Britain in the Days of Sail and Oar', Camden,
Maine: International Marine Publishing Co., 1970. Second only to Chapelle's
'American Small Sailing Craft' for usefulness in imitating traditional rigs."
I have this in my own library. It's in two volumes.
In a message dated 28-02-02 1:47:42 AM E. Australia Standard Time,
> --- In bolger@y..., "howardstephenson" <stephensonhw@a...> wrote:
> > "100 Small Boat Rigs" has a bibliography of 40-odd books by
> I tried to resist simply copying names of books, rather I was trying
> to capture a short PCB phrase describing his use of the book, or why
> he liked the book.
> I have mostly lost my collection of old MAIB magazines and I gave
> away my copy of 100 Small Boat Rigs, so I haven't posted referenced
> from these sources. As you know, very often he will describe why his
> ideas are influenced by some favorite book he has just read, and that
> is what I was trying to capture.
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