This book tells the story of the Province Galley, a warship commissioned by the colony of Massachusetts Bay to defend its coastal waters during a period of conflict with France. Drawing on original documents and contemporary accounts, the author details the ship's construction, crew, and engagements. This is a must-read for scholars of early American naval history.
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