Dec 10, 2015 · ISLAND BEACH STATE PARK - Last summer, workers doing repairs to Barnegat Inlet unearthed more than just sand they found pieces of timber that turned out to be remnants of a century-old shipwreck.
Living Conditions in the 19th Century US NavyNavy Department, Washington, March 17, 1869. Rations Education & Training Ventilation Water on Board Ship Heating Health on Shipboard Clothing Religious Life Recreation Berthing Rations Rations per week per Man according to Regulations of 1818. Suet-1/2 pound 6 ½ cents Cheese-6 ounces 6 ½ cents Beef-3 ½ pounds 29 cents Pork-3 pounds 28 ½ cents Flour-1 pound 4 cents Bread-98 ounces 30 ½
A mysterious 18th-century shipwreck discovered in the Gulf of Finland is revealing its secrets. Experts from the Underwater Research Center of the Russian Geographical Society have raised the
Nails as clues to age - Real or ReproNails have been in use since the beginning of the Bronze Age, ca. 1800 B.C. From that time to the beginning of the 19th century, ca. 1790-1810, most nails were made entirely by hand at the forge. A nail cutting machine designed in the 1790s cut the nail's shank and
SHIP FROM THE 15TH TO 18TH CENTURIES - crossword Clue Answer; Ship from the 15th to 18th centuries (7) GALLEON:Old Spanish ship (7) Large three-masted sailing ship (7) Large sailing ship (7) Old sailing ship (7) Spanish vessel (7) Spanish treasure ship (7) Spanish ship (7)
During the 18th to 19th Century, the Fully Rigged ship, commonly referred to as Ship came with a full nautical rig with three or more square-shaped masts bearing square sails. These ships required a larger crew because of their fully rigged construction.
Treasure on Sunken Spanish Galleon Could Be Biggest EverDec 09, 2015 · An early 18th-century Spanish ship that could contain treasures of gold, silver, and jewels is becoming an object of contention as Colombia, Spain, and a Historic 18th century wooden ship unearthed at new World Aug 06, 2011 · The 18th-century sailing vessel found under Ground Zero in lower Manhattan was used to transport British troops to the New World, new clues suggest.