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Derelicts; An Account of Ships Lost at Sea in General Commercial Traffic and a Brief History of Blockade Runners Stranded Along the North Carolina Coast, 1861-1865

By James Sprunt

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Title: Derelicts; An Account of Ships Lost at Sea in General Commercial Traffic and a Brief History of Blockade Runners Stranded Along the North Carolina Coast, 1861-1865  
Author: James Sprunt
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Language: English
Subject: Naval art and science, Naval strategy, Naval tactics
Collections: American Libraries Collection
Historic
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1920
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Sprunt, J. (1920). Derelicts; An Account of Ships Lost at Sea in General Commercial Traffic and a Brief History of Blockade Runners Stranded Along the North Carolina Coast, 1861-1865. Retrieved from http://worldebooklibrary.com/


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