- Title Pages
- People of the Northern Seas: Introduction
“Une Petite Republique” in Southwestern Newfoundland: The Limits of Imperial Authority in a Remote Maritime Environment
- Changes in Aleut Communities Following Russian Contact
- Five Years Before the Mast: Observations on the Conditions of Maritime Labour in Finland and Elsewhere
Expressions of Longing, Sources of Anxiety? The Significance of Contacts with Home for Finnish Sailors in London and Hull in the Late Nineteenth Century
- Death of a Merchant
St. Petersburg's Bills of Exchange in the Russian Economy of the Eighteenth Century
- Shipowners and Iron Sailing Ships: The First Twenty Years, 1838-1857
The Growth of Norwegian Shipbroking: The Practices of Fearnley and Eger as a Case Study, 1869-1914
- Captain John Deane: Mercenary, Diplomat and Spy
- Her Majesty's Coastguard
- Coastal Life, “Nordic Culture” and Nation State: Reflections on the Formation of the Nation State and Maritime History
- People of the Northern Seas
- Lewis R. Fischer
- Liverpool University Press
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