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Knights of the Sea : The True Story of the Boxer and the Enterprise and the War of 1812

By: Hanna, David

Price: $3.60

Publisher: New York, NAL Caliber: 2012

Edition: First American Edition

Seller ID: 072861

ISBN: 0451235622

Condition: Very Good


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Knights of the Sea : The True Story of the Boxer and the Enterprise and the War of 1812

By: Hanna, David

Price: $11.25

Publisher: New York, NAL Caliber: 2012

Edition: First American Edition

Seller ID: 061939

ISBN: 0451235622

Condition: As New


"On a September day in 1813, as the Age of Fighting Sail was coming to an end, two maritime warriors faced each other in the waters off Pemaquid Point, Maine... "Samuel Blyth was the youthful commander of His Britannic Majesty's brig "Boxer," and William Burrows, younger still, commanded the USS "Enterprise." Both men valued honor over life and death, and on this day their commitment would be put to the ultimate test.The battle between the "Boxer" and the "Enterprise" would be the only major sea engagement of the War of 1812 witnessed by people on land, and, though it lasted less than... View more info

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Knights of the Sea : The True Story of the Boxer and the Enterprise and the War of 1812

By: Hanna, David

Price: $3.15

Publisher: New York, NAL Caliber: 2012

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 072930

ISBN: 0451235622

Condition: Good to Very Good


"On a September day in 1813, as the Age of Fighting Sail was coming to an end, two maritime warriors faced each other in the waters off Pemaquid Point, Maine... "Samuel Blyth was the youthful commander of His Britannic Majesty's brig "Boxer," and William Burrows, younger still, commanded the USS "Enterprise." Both men valued honor over life and death, and on this day their commitment would be put to the ultimate test.The battle between the "Boxer" and the "Enterprise" would be the only major sea engagement of the War of 1812 witnessed by people on land, and, though it lasted less than... View more info