10 edition of The great iron ship. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||VM383.G7 D7 1953a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 272 p.|
|Number of Pages||272|
|LC Control Number||53007732|
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Get this from a library. The great iron ship. [James Dugan] -- The great iron ship. book Great Eastern, launched inwas the largest iron ship ever built. Designed to carry more passengers than the Queen Mary, and too large for the Suez Canal of her day, it was this ship that.
The Great Eastern, launched inwas the largest iron ship ever built. Designed to carry more passengers than the Queen Mary, and too large for the Suez Canal of her day, it was this ship that laid the Atlantic cable. Yet, this ship was also believed to be haunted by a jinx that killed, maimed, or financially ruined hundreds of men.
The story of this ship encompasses geniuses, charlatans 5/5(1). Synopsis IF EVER there was a subject fit for the hand of the biographer, the story of the Great Eastern is surely it. James Dugan has made the entertaining most of a monstrous but true episode of the high Victorian days, the age of iron and the mechanical : James Dugan.
"The Great Iron Ship" tells the story of Brunel's masterpiece and the contribution of John Scott Russell, its revolutionary engineer. A human story and an account of a world-changing enterprise - the Atlantic cable - it should appeal to anyone interested in the history of sea travel and invention.
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Launched in England inthe world watched her construction and early career with almost. The Great Eastern, launched inwas the largest iron ship ever built. Designed to carry more passengers than the Queen Mary, and too large for the Suez Canal of her day, it was this ship that laid the Atlantic cable.
Yet, this ship was also believed to be haunted by a jinx that killed, maimed, or financially ruined hundreds of : THE GREAT IRON SHIP.
By James Duga n. Septem Save this story for later. Save this story for later. The New Yorker, Septem P. PROFILE of The Great Eastern, a colossal Author: James Dugan.
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The Chinese referred to her as the "devil ship". 7 External links. Although commissioned by the Secret Committee of the East India Company (EIC) in Owner: East India Company.
"The Great Iron Ship" by James Dugan, hardcover book published by Harper & Brothers inpages plus 16 pages of b/w photos & illustrations. Condition: fair/good - no dust jacket, covers are faded & have wear on corners, binding solid, light page discoloration from age, no torn or missing pages.
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The New Yorker, October 3, P. PROFILE of the Great Eastern, the biggest Author: James Dugan. The crew dragged a spare beam up from the ship’s hold and placed it under the broken beam but could not keep it in place.
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