By Peter Goodwin
Книга Anatomy of the send - The ARMED delivery BOUNTY Anatomy of the send - The ARMED shipping BOUNTY Книги Вооружение Автор: Peter Goodwin Год издания: 1988 Формат: pdf Издат.:Conway Maritime Press Страниц: one hundred and one Размер: 12.97 Mb Язык: Русский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:
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Archaeologist Jerome E. Petsche in a dark shirt, stands at far right. Photographer unknown, courtesy of DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge, U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Missouri Valley, Iowa. 5. THE ARABIA ON THE MlSSOURl RlVER Other than enrollment records, little historical information about the Arabia exists today. Most information about the vessel comes from a few newspaper accounts. The Jefferson, Missouri, Inquirer (1856) reported that the steamer Arabia made her first arrival from St. Louis in the week of March 8, 1856.
Petsche, 1974). It is unclear today whether these were two completely independent boxes or whether one box was packed inside the other. 2. BOX 74 ARTIFACTS The Atchison family belongings offer a unique look at items specifically associated strictly with women and children on the American frontier. The box contained a wide variety of household and personal items representing many different material types that typically disintegrate on many terrestrial sites. Of particular note is the variety of clothing items in this artifact set.
They abandoned the effort after four months with only a box of felt hats to show for their effort (G. Hawley, 1998). In 1896, the Kansas City Star reported, that a company from Parkville was attempting to salvage the whiskey from the boat. The article mentioned a Mr. George R. Collins of Kansas City, who said that he had investigated the wreck two years before. 6. ” Mr. Collins did not believe the company from Parkville was capable of finding the wreck, much less of salvaging the Arabia. In March 1896, the same newspaper reported the salvors had found no trace of the boat.
Anatomy of the Ship - The ARMED TRANSPORT BOUNTY by Peter Goodwin