Part 1: Ships of the Line and Frigates
One of the major naval sources that was canonized early on in the 1632 series are the books on U.S. naval history by Howard Chapelle. These are notable for having extensive ship drafts drawn by the author, who conducted much of the research and preservation of these plans and was ultimately responsible for many of them in his role as curator of . . .
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- The Grantville Gazette Staff