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Story of Clipper Ships

R. Conrad Stein

Story of Clipper Ships

by R. Conrad Stein

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  • 34 Currently reading

Published by Children"s Press (CT) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ships & Shipbuilding - General,
  • Transportation

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9876272M
    ISBN 100516446126
    ISBN 109780516446127

    The period of clipper ships lasted from the early s to the early s, and over time features such as the hull evolved from wooden to the 'crest of the clipper wave' year of , there were clippers rounding Cape Horn. The age of clippers ended when they were phased out in favor of more modern Iron-hulled sailing ships, which eventually gave way to steamships. Drawing of Flying Cloud from a book on clipper ships In , Flying Cloud was sold to the Black Ball Line, Liverpool, sailing under British colors without change of name, and was soon traveling between the mother country and Australia and New Zealand.

      But as historian Steven Ujifusa shows in his new book, Barons of the Sea, clipper ships also had a dark side: They serviced the opium trade, which . The first clipper ship constructed for the Australian trade was the Marco Polo, of tons; length feet, breadth 38 feet, depth 30 feet. She was built in by Smith & Co., at St. John, N. B., for James Baines & Co., Liverpool, and was the pioneer clipper of the famous Australian Black Ball Line.

    The Sailing ship Thermopylae was about a year older, known for its marvel voyage of just taking 60 days to get to Melbourne Australia. White Star Lines –Aberdeen were just starting their first iron clipper ship. The Loch Line was building ships too. The Australian emigration demanded ships as . Birth of a sailor --A young Nova Scotian --Dreams and designs for speed --Port of great venture --The packet trade --The merchant princes --The first real clipper --Ships and masters --The nameless ones --California-boom and bust --China-bound --China-side --Opium war --The Prescott story --The moonrakers are gone. Responsibility.


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Story of Clipper Ships Paperback – December 1, by R. Conrad Stein (Author) › Visit Amazon's R. Conrad Stein Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. R Author: R. Conrad Stein.

Story of the Clipper Ships (Cornerstones of Freedom) Library Binding – September 1, by R. Conrad Stein (Author) › Visit Amazon's R. Conrad Stein Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an Author: R. Conrad Stein. Readers of C S Forester, Patrick O'Brian, Brian Lavery & Richard Woodman will be fascinated by this real-life story of Clipper sailing ships in the first half of the 19th Century.

It's told from the US perspective and helps put into context the British-orientated /5(89). Greyhounds of the Sea - The Story of the American Clipper Ship by Cutler, Carl C. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A.B. Whipple's story-telling style excels in in The Clipper e's recounts the design, building and exploits of such notable clippers as the Sea Witch, the Flying Cloud, and the Cutty Sark, turning this maritime history into a page-turner.A great work and a good read/5.

Back to the 19th century and the age of tall ships, as a family embarks on a trip around Cape Horn. Curiosity and adventure blend with a warm tale based on historical fact that will delight readers and read-to-ers.5/5(3).

Greyhounds of the Sea: The Story of the American Clipper Ship Hardcover – April 1, by Carl C. Cutler (Author) out of 5 stars 8 ratings See all formats and editionsCited by: 8.

Tales of the Clipper Ships by C. Fox Smith and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   FLYING CLOUD: The True Story of America's Most Famous Clipper Ship and the Woman Who Guided Her User Review - Kirkus A precise and intimate chronicle of the fabled Flying Cloud's record-setting run 5/5(1).

A clipper was a type of midth-century merchant sailing vessel, designed for rs were generally narrow for their length, small by later 19th century standards, could carry limited bulk freight, and had a large total sail area.

"Clipper" does not refer to a specific sailplan; clippers, by sailplan, may be schooners, brigs, brigantines, etc., or indeed "ships" as restrictively. His second book, Barons of the Sea: And Their Race to Build the World's Fastest Clipper Ship, tells the saga of the great 19th century American clipper ships and the Yankee merchant dynasties they created.

Warren Delano II, maternal grandfather of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, takes center stage in the narrative. Clipper Ship is a very good book for people that like to explore and look for treasure map and finding gold well this is the right book for all of those there are two captain on the ship k and k they have two children Jamie and Meg they started their journey in New York/5.

The Story of the Clipper Ships (Cornerstones of Freedom) View larger image. By: R. Conrad Stein. Sign Up Now. Synopsis Discusses the design, uses, sailing, and decline of clipper ships that enjoyed a short but glorious reign of the seas during the mids.

Children's Books, Nonfiction Submitted By: Worth Trust Proofread By: Worth Pages: Greyhounds of the Sea book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Story of the American Clipper Ship. Write a review.

A.D. Morel rated it it was amazing. Shelves: boats-and-ships. I have the edition in my hands as I write this. There is much pleasure to be had in the black and white photos /5(3). Clipper ship, classic sailing ship of the 19th century, renowned for its beauty, grace, and speed.

Apparently starting from the small, swift coastal packet known as the Baltimore clipper, the true clipper evolved first in American and later in British its ultimate form it was a long, slim, graceful vessel with projecting bow and radically streamlined hull, carrying an exceptionally.

Find a huge variety of new & used Clipper ships books online including bestsellers & rare titles at the best prices. Shop Clipper ships books at Alibris. Flying Cloud: The True Story of America's Most Famous Clipper Ship and the Woman Who Guided Her.

by David W Shaw. Starting at $ Cutty Sark: The Last of the Tea Clippers. by Eric Kentley. Clipper ships are the dream floating before the eyes of all the characters in Steven Ujifusa's fast-paced and entrancing new book.

Barons of the Sea: And their Race to Build the World's Fastest. His new book, Barons of the Sea, brings to life the dynasties that built and owned the magnificent clipper ships of America’s nineteenth-century-era of maritime glory.

Steven has given presentations across the country and on the high seas, and has appeared as guest on CBS Sunday Morning and NPR. On January 19 two four-masted barques loaded with grain left Port Lincoln in South Australia, bound for Falmouth.

One was the Beatrice, an elderly 2,ton iron ship built on the Clyde inand now owned in other was the steel barque Herzogin [Duchess] Cecilie, built in Germany inand now owned in two skippers knew each other, and both meant to reach /5(3).

: Greyhounds of the Sea - The Story of the American Clipper Ship: A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions.

At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Range: $ - $Since the story is a substantial piece of history, it must have been difficult for Shaw to make the narrative move so well. I was thoroughly engaged by Captain and Mrs. Creesy's exploits, and by the time the book ended I wished for more stories about other journeys of the Flying Cloud and the clipper ship era.Cutty Sark is a British clipper ship.

Built on the River Leven, Dumbarton, Scotland in for the Jock Willis Shipping Line, she was one of the last tea clippers to be built and one of the fastest, coming at the end of a long period of design development, which halted as sailing ships gave way to steam propulsion.

The opening of the Suez Canal (also in ) meant that steamships now.