6 edition of The tragedy of the seas found in the catalog.
Half-title, illustrated: The tragedy of the shipwrecked.
|Statement||By Charles Ellms.|
|LC Classifications||G530 .E42|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., xii, -432 p. incl. illus., plates.|
|Number of Pages||432|
|LC Control Number||05021327|
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So asks Charles Ellms in the preface to The Tragedy of the Seas, a book which, as its title suggests, is dedicated to the times when such waterborne adventures go wrong — a colourful compendium of thirty-seven nautical catastrophes that took place in bodies of water around the world between and We read of ships wrecked on coral reefs, capsized in hurricanes, and reduced to cinders after.
The tragedy of the seas; or, Sorrow on the ocean, lake, and river, from shipwreck, plague, fire and famine. New York, Collins, Keese & Co, The Tragedy of the Seas; Or Sorrow on the Ocean, Lake and River, from Shipwreck, Plague, Fire and Famine.
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The tragedy of the seas; or, Sorrow on the ocean, lake, and river, from shipwreck, plague, fire and famine. by Ellms, Charles. Book/Printed Material The tragedy of the seas; or, Sorrow on the ocean, lake, and river, from shipwreck, plague, Half-title, illustrated: The tragedy of the shipwrecked.
Winner of the National Book Award, Nathaniel Philbrick's book is a fantastic saga of survival and adventure, steeped in the lore of whaling.
Book Description Review Quotes Contents Awards Humanity can make short work of the oceans’ creatures. Inhungry explorers discovered herds of Steller’s sea cow in the Bering Strait, and in less than thirty years, the amiable beast had been harpooned into extinction.
It’s a classic story, but a key fact is often omitted. The Path Between the Seas tells the story of the men and women who fought against all odds to fulfill the year-old dream of constructing an aquatic passageway between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.
It is a story of astonishing engineering feats, tremendous medical accomplishments, political power plays, heroic successes, and tragic failures. In the Heart of the Sea: The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex by Nathaniel Philbrick tells the story of a whaleship which was attacked by a large bull sperm whale in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
After the shipwreck, the crew made a journey of over 4, miles across the ocean with limited provisions and in small whaleboats. The narrator of The Seas lives in a tiny, remote, alcoholic, cruel seaside town. An occasional chambermaid, granddaughter to a typesetter, and daughter to a dead man, awkward and brave, wayward and willful, she is in love (unrequited) with an Iraq War veteran thirteen years her senior.
She is convinced that she is a mermaid.4/5(). Title: The tragedy of the seas; or, Sorrow on the ocean, lake, and river, from shipwreck, plague, fire and famine.
Year: Authors: Ellms, Charles Subjects: Shipwrecks Publisher: New York, Collins, Keese & Co. Contributing Library: The Library of Congress Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress View Book Page: Book Viewer.
Transatlantic Tragedy is the sixteenth book in Hope Callaghan’s Cruise Ship Christian Cozy Mysteries Series. The plot is well thought out, and the affable characters are well developed. The book flows at a smooth, steady pace, with an interesting and complex mystery and plenty of twists and turns, and red herrings to keep the reader engaged/5(58).
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Maritime nations still respond automatically to the shibboleth of the "freedom of the seas." Professing to believe in the "inexhaustible resources of the oceans," they bring species after species of fish and whales closer to extinction.
The National Parks present another instance of the working out of the tragedy. The tragedy of the seas, or, Sorrow on the ocean, lake, and river, from shipwreck, plague, fire, and famine / by Charles Ellms W.A.
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The tragedy of the high seas New management is needed for the planet’s most important common resource Leaders Feb 22nd edition IN an. Charles Elms, The Tragedy of the Seas; Or, Sorrow on the Ocean, Lake, and River, from"Historical Collections of Georgia" by H/George The Museum of Perilous Adventures and Daring Exploits: Being a Record of.
The Heart of the Sea: The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex by Nathaniel Philbrick Nathaniel Philbrick loves Moby-Dick. In fact, he wrote a book called Why Read Moby-Dick?, which I read in preparation for reading Moby-Dick.
The Heart of the Sea is the real account of the disastrous shipwreck that inspired the climax of Melville’s novel.A Silent Spring for oceans by “the Rachel Carson of the fish world” (The New York Times) who appeared on the Imax film Wild Ocean and provided the scientific basis for the creation of the first high seas marine protected areas.
For fans of Carl Safina and Elizabeth Kolbert. “Immensely entertaining, although it chronicles a tragedy. The tragedy of the commons is a very real economic issue where individuals tend to exploit shared resources so the demand greatly outweighs supply, and the .