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Seafaring Women

by Linda Grant De Pauw

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Discusses women's traditional roles - and the few who defied tradition - on pirate, warships, whalers, and merchant vessels throughout history. Love reading about badass women. Interesting look at the continuation of victorian society onto the high seas. ( )
  dandelionroots | Oct 21, 2013 |
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Discusses women at sea throughout history in both feminine and masculine roles, including those of pirate, warrior, whaler, trader, and the greatly expanding roles of recent times.

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Discusses women at sea throughout history in both feminine and masculine roles, including those of pirate, warrior, whaler, trader, and the greatly expanding roles of recent times.

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