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From Wheel House to Counting HouseEssays in Maritime Business History in Honour of Professor Peter Neville Davies$
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Lewis R. Fischer

Print publication date: 1992

Print ISBN-13: 9780969588511

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: May 2019

DOI: 10.3828/liverpool/9780969588511.001.0001

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The “Scrubby Scotch Screw Company”: British India Steam Navigation Co.'s Coastal Services in South Asia, 1862-1870

The “Scrubby Scotch Screw Company”: British India Steam Navigation Co.'s Coastal Services in South Asia, 1862-1870

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(p.43) The “Scrubby Scotch Screw Company”: British India Steam Navigation Co.'s Coastal Services in South Asia, 1862-1870
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From Wheel House to Counting House
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J. Forbes Munro

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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.3828/liverpool/9780969588511.003.0004

Forbes Munro’s essay on the Mackinnon group’s activities in the Indian Oceans adds to our understanding of the impact of British shipping interests abroad. The 1860s were marked by a gradual spread of steamship lines in the Indian Ocean: Munro traces the ownership and management of British India steamships and how they flourished in a maritime environment so far removed from industrial and commercial conditions which spawned the steamship.

Keywords:   British Shipping, Shipbuilding, Mackinnon Group, Indian Maritime History

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