Shipbuilding for Beginners
by Andrew Williams Carmichael
Number of pages: 36
This booklet is issued for use by workmen engaged in building ships contracted for by the U. S. Shipping Board, in the hope and confident expectation that it will prove of value to them in their service to the country. Written in simple language and illustrated with clear diagrams, this booklet will serve both as a guide to the activities of a modern American shipyard and a stimulus to patriotic service.
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