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by Ken Shearwood
Author: Ken Shearwood
Publisher: D.Bradford Barton Ltd; 1st Ed. edition (July 14, 1972)
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the story of a Cornish fishing lugger. Published 1972 by Barton in Truro.
Personal information. Kenneth Arthur Shearwood. 1921-09-05)5 September 1921 Derby, England. He died in July 2018 at the age of 9. .
Author: Shearwood, Kenneth; Format: Book; 1 . Whistle the wind, Kenneth Shearwood ; illustrated by . Ingram Hart-Davis London 1959. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1959, Whistle the wind, Kenneth Shearwood ; illustrated by . Ingram Hart-Davis London. Find in other libraries.
Evening Star:The Story of a Cornish Fishing Lugger in 1972. Shearwood was also an amateur football player and represented Oxford University. Shearwood has published three books: Whistle the Wind in 1959 (illustrated by Alex J Ingram). Evening Star:The Story of a Cornish Fishing Lugger in 1972.
Shearwood, Ken (1972) Evening Star: the story of a Cornish lugger. Download as PDF. Printable version. Truro: D. Bradford Barton. Look up lugger in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Cornish Luggers: an online guide. Cornish Luggers: an online guide; Beer luggers (formerly in use on the south Devon and Dorset coasts).
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Personal information References. 1921-09-05) 5 September 1921 (age 92) Derby, England. Batting style References.