Articles from Volume 45
Articles from back issues of The Nautical Research Journal, Volume 45 (2000). Select the specific article above.
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- Coppering a Clenched-Lap Hull: BUILDING THE NAVAL CUTTER ALERT by N. Roger Cole
- Here Today, Maybe Gone Tomorrow Ephemeral Materials in Ship Models by Dana Wegner
- The California Long-Boom Clamshell Dredge by John Thompson
- August Fletcher Crabtree THE MAN, THE ARTIST, THE SHIPWRIGHT by Vincent Scott
- The Racine Hardware Manufacturing Company by Stephen E. Wheeler
- Elements of Quality: Art and Accuracy in Ship Models by Sid Siegel, M.D.
- In Search of Fair American by Arthur R. Herrick Jr.
- Nineteenth-Century Building Instructions: USS Saginaw by J. R. McCleary
- Phantom Shipyard on the Delaware by Michael Bernstein
- MAKING BLUE GOOSE'S ENGINE: The Buda by Kenneth E. Folsom
- Proportions and Sizes of Blocks by N. Roger Cole
The Navy Model Collection of the Amsterdam Rijksmuseum: Sailing Beauties by Marten W. Aten
This Volume originally contained the latter parts of these articles, which are combined fully in Volume 44.
Reconstructing USS Kearsarge, 1864: A Tale of Two Models by Arthur C. Roberts, M.D.
Building an Admiralty Model of HMS Cyane by Gilbert McArdle, M.D.
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