|Series||Redfield"s toy books., no. 12.|
|Contributions||Barritt, William, b. ca. 1822., Kiggins & Kellogg., Marian S. Carson Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||VM150 .B65 1849|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. :|
|LC Control Number||97184635|
The book of the sea, for the instruction of little sailors Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. The book of the sea, for the instruction of little sailors by Barritt, William,b. ca. ; Kiggins & Kellogg. Publication date Topics. The book of the sea; for the instruction of little sailors. Near-miniature chapbook in the first series of "Redfield's Toy Books" (as #12). About sailors, life as a sailor, and types of ships (with definition-like descriptions), this tiny overview is illustrated with => five wood engravings, two wood-engraved vignettes, and a wood engraved. The book of the sea, for the instruction of little sailors. By b. ca. William Barritt and Kiggins & Kellogg. Abstract. Includes 7 sentence: "Like prisoned eagles sailors pine on the dull and quiet shore; they long for the flashing brine, the spray and the tempest's roar".Kiggins & Kellogg published at & William St. It is a very readable book as John is not only a great sailor but also a very skilled writer. By building what John calls a "Seamanship Ethos", something which is sadly lacking too frequently at sea these days, he helps sailors to establish a truly self-reliant mindset that .
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