E. James Tull, Shipbuilder on Maryland's Eastern Shore

E. James Tull, Shipbuilder on Maryland's Eastern Shore

by Pat Stille Martin
     
 

E. James Tull’s innate artistic talent, his caring, nurturing personality, his mechanical skills and attention to detail advanced him from apprentice to owner of the shipyard, and from a young man fixing the drawbridge to town councilman and Pocomoke Mayor. E. James Tull’s flowing graceful curves in his ship plans, the hand polished wooden pegs, which…  See more details below

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E. James Tull’s innate artistic talent, his caring, nurturing personality, his mechanical skills and attention to detail advanced him from apprentice to owner of the shipyard, and from a young man fixing the drawbridge to town councilman and Pocomoke Mayor. E. James Tull’s flowing graceful curves in his ship plans, the hand polished wooden pegs, which reinforced the joints of the ship, and the words “E. James Tull, Builder” proudly engraved into the bowsprit reflected quality craftsmanship in each phase of the building process. Valuing diversity and quality, E. James Tull designed and constructed 200 of the most exquisite bateaux, pleasure yachts, master sailing ships and steamers on the East Coast

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781477173930
Publisher:
Xlibris US
Publication date:
02/23/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
130
File size:
27 MB
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