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Published by Souvenir Press 1966. First edition of translated copy. Translated by Len Ortzen. The development of North America, the Sacramento gold fields, the need to get passengers and goods to the Pacific Coast of the huge continent drew the sailing ships of the nations down to the Cape Horn Passage. Captain Henri Briend, who himself commanded sailing ships and made the Cape Horn passage, gathered together the reminiscences and accounts of twenty nine masters of Cape Horn ships. Illustrated dust jacket oover blue cloth covered end boards. Good condition. 222pp. 223 mm x 140 mm.