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Shipping and shipbuilding in Atlantic Canada, 1820-1914

Eric W. Sager

Shipping and shipbuilding in Atlantic Canada, 1820-1914

by Eric W. Sager

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Published by Canadian Historical Association in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Atlantic Provinces
    • Subjects:
    • Shipping -- Atlantic Provinces -- History,
    • Shipbuilding industry -- Atlantic Provinces -- History

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 21-22.

      StatementEric W. Sager and Lewis R. Fischer.
      SeriesHistorical booklet / Canadian Historical Association,, no. 42, Historical booklet (Canadian Historical Association) ;, no. 42.
      ContributionsFischer, Lewis R.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHE770 .S24 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination23 p. :
      Number of Pages23
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2316717M
      ISBN 100887981119
      LC Control Number86197780

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Shipping and shipbuilding in Atlantic Canada, by Eric W. Sager; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: History, Shipbuilding industry, Shipping, Shipbuilding; Places: Atlantic Provinces. Shipping and shipbuilding in Atlantic Canada, Sager, Eric W: Books - or: Eric W Sager.

Shipowning and shipbuilding were a central part of the mercantile economy of the Atlantic colonies of British North America. But, following a slow and incomplete transition in the region from commercial to industrial capitalism, the shipping industry collapsed: by the local fleets were a third of their size a mere two decades by: The story of the shipbuilding and shipping industries of Atlantic Canada has been written before.

Among our parents and grandparents were many who loved to read about the old sailing ships and many who mourned the lost industry of “wooden ships and iron men,” a lament that began with Frederick William Wallace in the s.¹ The golden age of sail was a source of pride for a people whose.

Sager and Panting describe in detail the growth of the shipping industry and the economic context in which the shipping merchants operated. Shipowning and shipbuilding were a central part of the mercantile economy of the Atlantic colonies of British North America.

But, following a slow and incomplete transition in the region from commercial to industrial capitalism, the shipping industry. Shipowning and shipbuilding were a central part of the mercantile economy of the Atlantic colonies of British North America.

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Seafaring Labour: The Merchant Marine of Atlantic Canada, Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, ;" Eric W. Sager, "Labour Productivity in the Shipping Fleets of Halifax and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, ," in Ommer and Panting, eds., Working Men Who Got Wet.

5 Judith Fingard, Jack in Port: Sailortowns of Eastern Canada (Toronto ). Eric W. Sager and Lewis R. Fischer, Shipping and Shipbuilding in Atlantic Canada, BOOK REVIEWS Eric W. Sager with Gerald E. Panting. Maritime Capital: The Shipping Industry of Atlantic Canada, Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, xviii + pp., plates and maps.

$, cloth; ISBN In any future study of the course of mari­ time history, the Atlantic Canada Shipping. Shipping Industry in Atlantic Canada,the pre-eminent economic analysis of shipping and shipbuilding in Atlantic Canada. For example, Armour’s book has a list of the total tonnage produced in New Brunswick compared to Atlantic Canada, but for some strange reason, there.

Shipbuilding and Shipowners [edit The Atlantic Canada Shipping Project was set up inwhen computer memory was limited and every byte counted; it indexes each vessel by name, official number, and owner’s name, with some further bits of information.

The Merchant Marine of Atlantic Canada, (Montréal, Kingston, London. The Shipping Registers for Prince Edward Island were the principal source of information. Those registers coverin periog the d are avail­ able at the Public Archives Princ Edware d Island (P.A.P.E.I.), the Public Archives of Canada (P.A.C.) and the Public Record Office (P.R.O.), London.

Atlantic Canada, Montreal and Kingston: MeGill-Queen's University Press, Pp. xviii, This book was inspired by the Atlantic Canada Shipping Project, which fromthrough very generous Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SHRCC) funding, elevated Canadian maritime historical writing to interna­Author: Julian Gwyn.

The Atlantic Canada Shipping Project was a major research project undertaken by the Maritime History Group over a six year period from Its objectives were to study, document and explain the rise and fall of Atlantic Canadian shipping in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, through the use of the official documents of the British.

Author of Seafaring Labour, Maritime capital, Transports maritimes et construction navale dans les provinces Atlantiques,Discovering Darwin, Maritime Capital, Pacifism and the Victorians, The Enterprising Canadians, Shipping and shipbuilding in Atlantic Canada, Maritime Capital The Shipping Industry in Atlantic Canada, by Sager, Eric W., Panting, Ge ISBN: List Price: $ $ (Save 91%).

James Moran was a shipbuilder from St. Martins, New Brunswick who pioneered shipbuilding in the Bay of was one of the two leading families in the shipbuilding era of St. Martins from to During this period a number of different families built ships of all sizes along the beaches of St.

Martins, which roughly producing ships. Well annotated with a four page bibliograph y and an eleven page index. The book shows very light wear to the fore corners and spine tips and has 3 pea size stains on the back board. Shipping and Shipbuilding in Atlantic Canada, (CHA Booklet No.

42). 2 copies. Very minor wear to the edges of the covers and some soiling on the.Biographies of IMHA Founders The Association was created through the contribution of several maritime historians from around the world. The biographies of some of IMHA's founders are presented below: Ralph Davis, Helge W.

Nordvik, Franklin J.A. Broeze, Keiichiro Nakagawa, Lars Scholl, Peter N. Davies, Lewis Fischer. Ralph Davis The Davis Lecture commemorates the contribution of Ralph Davis to.Shipowning and shipbuilding were a central part of the mercantile economy of the Atlantic colonies of British North America.

But, following a slow and incomplete transition in the region from commercial to industrial capitalism, the shipping industry collapsed: by the local fleets were a third of their size a mere two decades earlier.