WHALES AND DESTINYThe rivalry berween America, France, and Britain for control of the Southern Whale Fishery, 1785-1825

By: Stackpole, Edouard A

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WHALES AND DESTINYThe rivalry berween America, France, and Britain for control of the Southern Whale Fishery, 1785-1825 by Stackpole, Edouard A
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The University of Massatusetts Press1972. A detailed history of the American whaling industry and its rivals in France and Great Britain. The Natucket hold over the whaling industry spread world-wide especilly in France. Original dust jacket over blue cloth covered end boards. Minor chipping to dust jacket, othewrwise in near fine condition. 427pp. 240 x 158 mm

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