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To Santa Rosalia: Furt...
 
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Harold D. Huycke Jr.
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To Santa Rosalia: Further and Back

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German shipowners still had faith in deepwater square-rigged ships in 1914, for use in the world tramping trades. Out of eleven dozen such windjammers flying the German flag when World War One began, twelve full-rigged ships and four-masted barks had arrived in the remote, sun-baked port of Santa Rosalia, Baja California, and were interned by their owners for the duration...more
Hardcover, 631 pages
Published 1970 by The Mariners Museum
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This book is a rare creature. Privately published, only a thousand or so copies were ever printed. One of the stories within is that of my grandfather, who was one of the young sailors aboard the Egon.
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