AMERICA SPREADS HER SAILS: U.S. Seapower in the 19th Century
Fourteen writers and historians demonstrate how American men and goods in American-made ships moved out over Alfred Thayer Hahan's "broad common" to extend the country's commerce, power, political influence, and culture. Illus.
Publisher: Naval Institute
Item #: 4724518
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