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Seymour Gates Pond

Seymour Gates Pond

1896 - 1976
American
Seymour Gates Pond commenced his life on the ocean at the age of twelve as an apprentice aboard coasting schooners of the California-Mexico coast. "... See more
Jack Coggins

Jack Coggins

1911 - 2006
British-American
Jack Coggins was born in London and came to the United States as a boy. Even as a youngster he was interested in ships and sailing. After studying a... See more

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Resource Guide

Plumfield Moms Podcast
Podcast

Landmark Books: What They Are and Why They Matter
Released in 2022 by Plumfield Moms Podcast
Available formats: Streaming Audio
Length: 52 min.
View on the Plumfield Moms Podcast site

Two-part episode hosted by Podcast Moms with guests Sandy Hall (Hall's Living Library), Jill Morgan (Purple House Press), and Tanya Arnold (Biblioguides) where they discuss the Landmark series, how they came to be and why they are worth adding to a home library.


Reviews

Semicolon

Ferdinand Magellan, Master Mariner
Reviewed by Sherry Early
I read this Landmark history book in honor of Magellanís birthday. It was a somewhat hagiographic volume on the life and work of this Portuguese explorer who took a fleet of Spanish ships and pushed, prodded, and bullied the sailors and officers under his command until they reached the Pacific Ocean, through what are now called the Straits of Magellan

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