Discusses women at sea throughout history in both feminine and masculine roles, including those of pirate, warrior, whaler, trader, and the greatly expanding roles of recent times.Discusses women at sea throughout history in both feminine and masculine roles, including those of pirate, warrior, whaler, trader, and the greatly expanding roles of recent times.Read Less
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None. Very Good in Good jacket. This 5.5 x 8.5 hard cover book has the author's name and title in red and black lettering on the white dust jacket spine and white/illustrated cover. In Seafaring Women, Linda Grant De Pauw brings to life scores of little known but fascinating mariners, from the twelfth century pirate princess Alvida of Sweden to Lieutenant Junior Grade Beverly Kelly, first woman ever to command a U.S. Coast Guard cutter. 246 pages. Few dust jacket stains, light dust jacket edgewear. Very Good/ Good condition.
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