93 Chesapeake Bay Log Canoes and Bugeyes. M. V. Brewington. Trace the history of the unique bay craft log canoes and bugeyes, through meticulous descriptions of their hulls, rigging, fittings, and specialized equipment. The plates give lines and sail plans for more than a score of specific vessels. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 158 b/w photos, illustrations 1 map • Index • 184 pp. ISBN: 978-0-87033-011-7 • hard cover • $35.95 Chesapeake Sailing Craft: Recollections of Robert H. Burgess. Robert H. Burgess. Edited by William A. Fox. A rare photographic record of 1925-1975 sailing craft, from log canoe to four-masted schooner. Vessels appear in all phases of their activities, including loading & unloading cargoes, under sail, in port & shipyard, details of rigging, fittings, decks, interior views, as powerboats, and as abandoned hulks. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 463 b/w photos • 324 pp. ISBN: 978-0-87033-572-3 • hard cover • $34.95 Chesapeake Bay Schooners. Quentin Snediker & Ann Jensen. Learn about this uniquely American vessel, from its European origins to the shipyards and waters of the bay. Size: 12" x 9" • 212 b/w photos Glossary & Index • 264 pp. ISBN: 978-0-87033-508-2 • soft cover • $34.95 Chesapeake Bay Skipjacks. Pat Vojtech. The history of this specialized skipjack is presented primarily through the eyes of the men who lived on them. These men loved to sail and often risked their lives to harvest the Chesapeake’s most valuable crop—oysters. Documents the skipjack’s role in the oyster dredging industry, describing natural and manmade disasters that affected the trade Size: 8 1/2" x 11 • 83 color photos Vessel List/Index • 154 pp. ISBN: 978-0-87033-451-1 • hard cover • $29.95 Chesapeake Bay Buyboats. Larry S. Chown- ing. Meet workboat builders and the versatile boats’ owners, captains, and families who bought and sold goods and played aboard them. Illustrations are contributions of many who were directly connected to these distinctive boats. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 182 b/w photos & 12 il- lustrations Vessel list./Index • 272 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3702-4 • soft cover • $34.99 Chesapeake Steamboats: Vanished Fleet. David C. Holly. From the first steamboat on the bay in 1813 to the last in 1963, this account relates adventures and personalities of colorful dimensions. A particular highlight is the account of the steamer Columbus, built in 1828, that burned and sank in 1850 near the mouth of the Potomac River. A theme of ghostliness runs through the pages. Size: 6" x 9" • 18 illustrations, 8 b/w photos 6 maps • Index • 320 pp. ISBN: 978-0-87033-455-9 • hard cover • $29.95 TheWatermen of the Chesapeake Bay. 2nd Edition . John Hurt Whitehead, III. Some days the watermen keep you in stitches with tall tales and keen wit. Other days you learn something from them about equipment depreciation or the migratory habits of the blue crab. One thing’s for sure–you’ll never be bored. Size: 9" x 12" • 191 color photos • 168 pp. ISBN: 978-0-87033-374-3 • hard cover • $34.95 Dancing with the Tide: Watermen of the Ches- apeake. Mick Blackistone. As few sons and daughters follow the footsteps of their parents today, the people who can convey the traditions of the watermen is quickly diminishing. Engaging photographs highlight this documentary of a year in the life of the harvesters of the Chesapeake Bay. Size: 6" x 9" • 64 b/w photos • Index • 280 pp. ISBN: 978-0-87033-532-7 • hard cover • $24.95 Harvesting the Chesapeake: Tools and Tradi- tions. Revised and Expanded 2nd Edition. Larry S. Chowning. With 233 photos and sketches, this second edition represents the most comprehensive study of the Chesapeake Bay’s fisheries, but it is far more. It records the pictures and recollections of the homespun tales of the hardy men and women who have lived and worked along the shores of the nation’s largest estuary. Size: 7" x 10" • 233 b/w photos • Index • 304 pp. ISBN: 978-0-87033-634-8 • soft cover • $29.99 Chesapeake Men: Sharing Stories & Memories. Don Parks. Meet eleven men of Maryland’s Eastern Shore who relied on the Chesapeake to make their livelihood. Experiencing devastating storms, misfortune, and harrowing escapes, their stories will both enlighten and entertain. By recounting their memories, they provide a deeper understanding of the Chesapeake. Size: 7" x 10" • 43 photos • 128 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-4461-9 • soft cover • $24.99 Chesapeake Women: Their Stories — Their Memories. Don Parks. Meet eleven men of Mary- land’s Eastern Shore who relied on the Chesapeake to make their livelihood. Experiencing devastating storms, misfortune, and harrowing escapes, their stories will both enlighten and entertain. By recounting their memories, they provide a deeper understanding of the Chesapeake and her people. Size: 7" x 10" • 67 color & 19 b/w images • 128 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-4701-6 • soft cover • $24.99 PiratesontheChesapeake:BeingaTrueHistoryof Pirates,Picaroons,andRaidersontheChesapeake Bay,1610-1807. DonaldG.Shomette.Adazzlingarrayof swashbucklingpirates,picaroons,andsearoversarepitted against the often feckless representatives of an outpost government authority in the Chesapeake Bay region. Pirates, picaroons, and sea rovers are pitted against the representativesofanoutpost intheChesapeakeBayregion. Size: 6" x 9" • 39 illus., 1 map • Index • 252 pp. ISBN: 978-0-87033-607-2 • soft cover • $22.99 Gunning for Sea Ducks. George Howard Gillelan. Birds provide fast, challenging shooting, and, after it’s over, delectable eating. Details about the birds, where they may be found, what type of shooting equipment to use, how to lay out decoys, and, how to prepare the birds for delightful dining. Size: 6" x 9" • 20 b/w photos & 12 illustrations • Index • 140 pp. ISBN: 978-0-87033-386-6 • hard cover • $14.95 The Outlaw Gunner. Harry M. Walsh. The colorful story of the market gunners, guides, and outlaws who were engaged in the art of wildfowling, both legal and illegal. More than 150 of the most unusual and rare photographs show the men with their guns, boats, and traps in action. The market gunning paraphernalia looks strange and fearful, for it was devastatingly efficient and deadly. Size: 7" x 10" • 5 illus., 148 b/w photos • Index • 192 pp.• ISBN: 978-0-87033-609-6 • soft cover • $19.95 WASHINGTON, D.C.: SCENES DiplomaticGardensofWashington. PhotographybyAnnStevens.TextbyGiles Kelly.Anexclusivelookbehindtheembassy wallsofWashington,DC. Includedarethe residences at the embassies of Australia, Great Britain, Denmark, the European Union, France, Germany, the Apostolic NunciatureoftheHolySee, Italy,theNeth- erlands,SouthKorea,Norway,&Sweden. Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 168 color images • 128 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3978-3 • hard cover • $34.99 The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. Gary Anthes. A photographic journey alongthe184-mileChesapeakeandOhio Canal, fromthestreetsofGeorgetownto the canal's western terminus. More than 100beautifulphotographsofferstunning nature and architectural views of the res- olute houses, locks, and aqueducts left behindbythemenandwomenwhokept the canal boats flowing 100 years ago. Size: 11 3/4" x 15" • 110 color images, 2 maps • 112 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-4310-0 • hard cover • $45.00 Potomac Pathway: A Nature Guide to the C & O Canal. Napier Shelton. From Georgetown to Harpers Ferry, through Hancock, to Cumberland, an intimate, mile-by-mile look at the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park. This guide describes in detail the plants and animals, forests, geology, and environmental issues of this towpath trail. With three maps and 82 pictures, learn about nature along the entire 184 miles. Size: 6" x 9" • 82 images and three maps • 160 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3798-7 • flexible binding • $19.99 Monuments and Memorials of Washington, D.C. Revised & Ex- panded 2nd Edition. Allan M. Heller. Tour the monuments and memorials of Washington, D.C. with this useful tour guide. More than 100 sites are featured in nine tours. Size: 9" x 6" • 530 color images 240 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3654-6 • soft cover • $19.99 WASHINGTON, D.C.: ARTS & CRAFTS 100 Artists of Washington, D.C. F. Lennox Campello. Award-winning artist and prominent critic and commentator, F. Lennox Campello, has compiled more than 600 works by 100 contemporary established and emerging art- ists in the Washington, DC, capital region. A primer for both the savvy art collector and the beginning collector. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 735+ images • 224 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3778-9 • hard cover • $50.00 WASHINGTON, D.C.: STORIES, LORE & HISTORY Washington, D.C.: Ghosts, Legends, and Lore. E. Ashley Rooney and Betsy Johnston. Washington, D.C. is a city that commemorates the history of the United States; it is also quite haunted. Visit angry ghosts, Christopher and Rachel, at the Olde Stone House, their dreams foiled by death. Consider the legend of a demon cat at the Capitol Building and White House that may foretell disaster. Many more stories! Size: 6" x 9" • 23 b/w photos • Index • 256 pp.ISBN: 978-0-7643-2961-6 • soft cover • $14.99 Ghosts! Washington Revisited: The Ghost- lore of the Nation’s Capital. John Alexander. A collection of tales and images of famous per- sonalities who revisit the Virginia, Maryland and district buildings and homes. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 180+ b/w illus. • 128 pp. ISBN: 0-7643-0653-7 • soft cover • $14.95 MIDDLE ATLANTIC: CHESAPEAKE BAY, WASHINGTON, D.C.