Connecticut waters : celebrating our coastline and waterways / photography by Caryn B. Davis ; narrative by Eric D. Lehman.
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- ISBN: 9781493046416
- ISBN: 1493046411
- Physical Description: 225 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
- Publisher: Guilford, Connecticut : Globe Pequot, 
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Introduction -- Races & rendezvous -- Festivals & celebrations -- Cruising & coasting -- At home on the water -- Nautical arts -- Boat builders & restorations -- Wood, wind & water -- Islands & lighthouses -- Fishing industry -- Salty dogs -- Snack shacks -- Fun in the sun -- Water, water, everywhere -- Working watercraft -- Museums & aquariums -- Maritime education -- Coming into port -- Conclusion.
"A photographic tribute to Connecticut's maritime roots both past and present. The book takes readers on a nautical journey exploring the many ways Nutmeggers use the state's lakes, rivers, sounds, and shores for industry, education, and recreation. From boat builders, to antique, power and sailing vessels, to lobster shacks, the oyster and fishing industries, historic ferries, nautical arts, lighthouses and islands, charter boats, maritime festivals and celebrations, and more, this book showcases how these waterways have defined Connecticut culture"-- Provided by publisher.
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