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Legacy in Wood - Wahl, Ryan
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2016, ISBN: 9781550174335

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Cookery Book Club, 1968. Hardback in Dust Wrapper.. Good - in Poor Dust Wrapper. Edges of the dust wrapper somewhat ruffled, several nicks and chips with a little loss.. | 8¾" x 5½. 248pp. Index. | [The recipes collected by Ninette Lyon are delicious, unusual, minutely described and easy to follow: no available sea or fresh-water fish, mollusc or crustacean has been overlooked. Basic information is tabulated for quick reference; the main section...] Need further photos or information? Just use the «Ask Bookseller» button and I'll be pleased to help. The book is in stock and ships, POST INCLUDED in the UK, from the bucolic paradise of Peasedown St. John, near Bath in England from a long-established bookseller - your purchase guaranteed by my reputation and the UK Distance Selling Act. Remember! Your purchase means my Jack Russells get their supper! Condition ::, Cookery Book Club, 1968, Hachette Australia, 2016. PZZL GAM/C. Paperback. New. Keep wildlife in the wild! Join Born Free behind the scenes of an amazing dolphin rescue. Tom and Misha were just six years old when they were caught from the wild in the Aegean Sea. For the next five years they were kept at a small dolphinarium on the Mediterranean coast. Then they were taken to southern Turkey where they were kept in a small, crumbling pool. Luckily this came to Born Free's attention and a team of experts flew to Turkey to rescue Tom and Misha. After so long in captivity the dolphins had to be taught basic survival skills - like how to avoid sharks and catch fish. After nearly two years of careful preparation the gate to their sea pen was finally opened for the first time and the two dolphins swam to freedom. Now Born Free invite you to share in their incredible story. SKU: MM-47087946; EAN: 9781510101326, Hachette Australia, 2016, Hachette Australia, 2015. MP3 UNA. Paperback. New. Keep wildlife in the wild! Join Born Free behind the scenes of an amazing dolphin rescue. Tom and Misha were just six years old when they were caught from the wild in the Aegean Sea. For the next five years they were kept at a small dolphinarium on the Mediterranean coast. Then they were taken to southern Turkey where they were kept in a small, crumbling pool. Luckily this came to Born Free's attention and a team of experts flew to Turkey to rescue Tom and Misha. After so long in captivity the dolphins had to be taught basic survival skills - like how to avoid sharks and catch fish. After nearly two years of careful preparation the gate to their sea pen was finally opened for the first time and the two dolphins swam to freedom. Now Born Free invite you to share in their incredible story. SKU: MM-47083635; EAN: 9781444014891, Hachette Australia, 2015, BC,Canada: Harbour Publishing, 2008. Centuries before steel, fibreglass, aluminium and automation were applied to shipbuilding, early twentieth century British Columbian shipwrights hand built fish boats entirely out of wood. Guided by their intuition and knowledge of the sea, they used only basic tools to craft thousands of vessels that shaped the way shipwrights and marine architects design the boats of today. This is an illustrated story of one of those shipwrights, Ed Wahl. With the help of his six sons, Wahl created the most successful commercial fish-boat building enterprise on British Columbia's north coast, and one of the most well known boat shops on the entire British Columbia coast. Threaded with memories of Ed's sons and the crew of the Wahl boatyards, this book provides a unique look into a family business that enabled the fishing industry to be a mainstay of British Columbia's economy. 222pp. . First Edition. Cloth. New/New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Harbour Publishing, 2008

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Centuries before steel, fibreglass, aluminum and automation were applied to shipbuilding, early twentieth century British Columbian shipwrights hand built fish boats entirely out of wood. Guided by their intuition and knowledge of the sea, they used only basic tools to craft thousands of vessels that shaped the way shipwrights and marine architects design the boats of today.Legacy in Wood is an illustrated story of one of those shipwrights, Ed Wahl. With the help of his six sons, Wahl created the most successful commercial fish-boat building enterprise on British Columbia''s north coast, and one of the most well known boat shops on the entire British Columbia coast. Threaded with memories of Ed''s sons and the crew of the Wahl boatyards, Legacy in Wood provides a unique look into a family business that enabled the fishing industry to be a mainstay of British Columbia''s economy. Ryan Wahl, Books, Biography and Memoir, Legacy In Wood: The Wahl Family Boat Builders Books>Biography and Memoir, HARBOUR PUBLISHING

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Llewellyn Publications (55%). New., Llewellyn Publications (55%), BC,Canada: Harbour Publishing, 2008. Centuries before steel, fibreglass, aluminium and automation were applied to shipbuilding, early twentieth century British Columbian shipwrights hand built fish boats entirely out of wood. Guided by their intuition and knowledge of the sea, they used only basic tools to craft thousands of vessels that shaped the way shipwrights and marine architects design the boats of today. This is an illustrated story of one of those shipwrights, Ed Wahl. With the help of his six sons, Wahl created the most successful commercial fish-boat building enterprise on British Columbia's north coast, and one of the most well known boat shops on the entire British Columbia coast. Threaded with memories of Ed's sons and the crew of the Wahl boatyards, this book provides a unique look into a family business that enabled the fishing industry to be a mainstay of British Columbia's economy. 222pp. . First Edition. Cloth. New/New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Harbour Publishing, 2008

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Centuries before steel, fibreglass, aluminum and automation were applied to shipbuilding, early twentieth century British Columbian shipwrights hand built fish boats entirely out of wood. Guided by their intuition and knowledge of the sea, they used only basic tools to craft thousands of vessels that shaped the way shipwrights and marine architects design the boats of today.Legacy in Wood is an illustrated story of one of those shipwrights, Ed Wahl. With the help of his six sons, Wahl created the most successful commercial fish-boat building enterprise on British Columbia's north coast, and one of the most well known boat shops on the entire British Columbia coast. Threaded with memories of Ed's sons and the crew of the Wahl boatyards, Legacy in Wood provides a unique look into a family business that enabled the fishing industry to be a mainstay of British Columbia's economy. americas,biographical,biographies,biographies and history,biography and history,business,canada,canadian,engineering and transportation,historical Engineering & Transportation, Harbour

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Centuries before steel, fibreglass, aluminium and automation are applied to shipbuilding, early 20th century British Columbian shipwrights hand built fish boats out of wood. Presenting the story of one of those shipwrights, Ed Wahl, this book looks into a family business that enabled fishing industry to be a mainstay of British Columbia´s economy. The Wahl Family Boat Builders Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, Harbour Publishing

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Legacy in Wood: The Wahl Family Boat Builders

A detailed portrait of master boat builder Ed Wahl and the important role his family business played in the creation of British Columbia's fishing industry.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781550174335
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1550174339
Hardcover
Paperback
Publishing year: 2008
Publisher: HARBOUR PUB CO LTD
222 Pages
Weight: 0,535 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9781550174335

ISBN - alternate spelling:
1-55017-433-9, 978-1-55017-433-5


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