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Data on U.S. Naval Auxiliary Ships and French Warships


USS Salisbury Sound (AV-13) between 21 November 1966 and 28 February 1967, NHHC 'L' File.

USS Salisbury Sound (AV-13) between 21 November 1966 and 28 February 1967 (NHHC 'L' File).

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Register of Ships of
the U.S. Navy:
Auxiliary Vessels
1835-1945


(A large digital reference work,
complete for this period.)



French Navy Ships,
1816-1859:
From Sail to Steam


(Data from the French naval archives)
Now in a book!
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U. S. Navy
Temporary Auxiliary Ships
of World War I
1917-1919


(Ship pages from the U.S. Navy's
Online Library of Selected Images
with new photos and updates.)


Norman L. McKellar

Steel Shipbuilding
under the U. S.
Shipping Board,
1917-1921


(A major shipslist from The Belgian Shiplover, with updates. Also includes wood and concrete shipbuilding.)


U.S. Navy
"Spring Styles"
1911-1925 and
1939-1944


(Preliminary design drawings by
the Bureau of Construction and Repair
and the Bureau of Ships)


References on
U. S. Navy and
Merchant Ships


(Ship registers, wartime shipbuilding and ship acquisition programs, peacetime ship movements)


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The article by Norman L. McKellar is copyright © Hazel McKellar, 2007.
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