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by Thorndike Press
Written in English
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Although women have served on Navy ships for more than 15 years, the Eisenhower is the first combat ship to send women to sea. There are women and 4, men aboard, including nine female. Women Sailors discusses the roles of the so-called "fair sex" on land and water, including how sexual relations of the legal and illegal varieties allowed them to circulate where popular ideas say they were unwilling or unable to go. The book’s success is in no small part attributable to the author’s exhaustive use of first-source material.
A "Jonah" is a long-established expression among sailors, meaning a person (either a sailor or a passenger) who is bad luck, which is based on the Biblical prophet Jonah. Clergymen are considered bad luck, as they are all of Jonah's ilk. Redheads and women are also to . On 21st April , a young woman sailor docked her ship Mazurek, a Conrad 32 built in Poland, becoming the first female sailor to have single-handedly circumnavigated the earth. Poland's Krystyna Chojnowska-Liskiewicz, a shipbuilding engineer and yachting sea Author: Daria Blackwell.
So it is no surprise to read, in David Cordingly's "Women Sailors and Sailors' Women," (Random House, $, pages) that in the heyday of British sail, women . Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cordingly, David. Women sailors and sailors' women. Thorndike, Me.: Thorndike Press, © (OCoLC)
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Included among their numbers were the wives or mistresses of ships' officers, prostitutes, female pirates, and women disguised as male sailors. Women undertook a variety of tasks at sea, often acting as nurses, surrogate mothers, and additional deckhands.4/5(28).
In Women Sailors and Sailors' Women, David Cordinly has written an inspired, illuminating, and highly readable book that reveals the vibrant history of women and the sea. Women sailors and sailors' women: an untold maritime history User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.
Cordingly (Under the Black Flag), former curator of paintings and head of exhibitions for the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, here offers a fascinating survey of the role of women on shore and. A serviceable examination of women’s contributions to maritime history.
Faithful sweethearts and willing paramours on the docks, occasional helpmeets at the mast: Cordingly (Under the Black Flag, ), a former curator at England’s National Maritime Museum, portrays a wide range of characters who demonstrate that the sailor’s life in the age of sail was not the exclusive province of men.
Women Sailors and Sailors' Women | For centuries the sea has been regarded as a male domain. Fisherman, navy officers, pirates, and explorers roamed the high seas while their wives and daughters stayed on shore.
Oceangoing adventurers and the crews of their ships were part of an all-male world — or were they?In this illuminating historical narrative, maritime scholar David Cordingly shows. Books with the subject: Women Sailors.
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Setting sail Many women will be wives and mothers. Far fewer will adventure in a pirate ship on the high seas, in solo flights across the Atlantic or on horseback in the Arabian desert.
Author David Cordingly gives us a lesser known piece of women's history in Women Sailors ∧ Sailors' Women. Cordingly writes of women and the high seas in the.
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A book review of Women Sailors & Sailors' Women: An Untold Maritime History, by David Cordingly. In this marvelously written history, Cordingly recounts the tales of the women who served as sailors on a variety of British and American sailing vessels, and the handful of women who became pirates.
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[David Cordingly] -- Covers three hundred years of maritime history in search of women pirates, captains, seafarers, and explorers who broke new ground in the male-dominated maritime world.Today we salute some of the women sailors who have broken down barriers and inspire us to reach our own sailing goals.
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