The Seaforth bibliography : a guide to more than 4,000 works on British naval history, 55 B.C.-1815 / Eugene L. Rasor.

Rasor, Eugene L., author.
South Yorkshire, England : Seaforth Publishing, 2004.
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Naval art and science -- Great Britain -- Bibliography.
Great Britain -- History, Naval -- Bibliography.
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This remarkable work is a comprehensive historiographical and bibliographical survey of the most important scholarly and printed materials about the naval and maritime history of England and Great Britain from the earliest times to 1815. More than 4,000 popular, standard and official histories, important articles in journals and periodicals, anthologies, conference, symposium and seminar papers, guides, documents and doctoral theses are covered so that the emphasis is the broadest possible. But the work is far, far more than a listing. The works are all evaluated, assessed and analysed and the
""Cover ""; ""Title ""; ""Copyright""; ""Contents""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Abbreviations""; ""PART I. HISTORIOGRAPHICAL NARRATIVE ""; ""Chapter 1. Introduction ""; ""A. Historical Background and Overview ""; ""Chapter 2. Purpose, Scope, Format, and Features ""; ""A. Purpose ""; ""B. Scope ""; ""C. Format ""; ""D. Cross Referencing and Indexes ""; ""E. Limitations ""; ""F. Features ""; ""Chapter 3. General References""; ""A. Bibliographies ""; ""B. Naval Encyclopedias ""; ""C. Naval Biographies ""; ""D. Chronologies ""; ""E. Statistics ""; ""F. Dissertations and Theses ""
""Chapter 4. Resource Centers""""A. Official Archives and Depositories ""; ""1. The Public Record Office""; ""2. The British Library""; ""3. The National Archives of the United States and the Library of Congress ""; ""4. Institutions of Higher Education""; ""B. Libraries ""; ""C. Museums ""; ""1. The National Maritime Museum, Greenwich ""; ""2. The Royal Naval Museum""; ""3. Other Maritime Museums""; ""D. Institutions, Organizations, Associations, and Societies ""; ""1. The Navy Records Society""; ""2. The Society for Nautical Research""; ""3. Other Associations""
""E. Conferences and Symposia """"1. Naval History Symposium ""; ""2. Anglo-French Naval History Conferences ""; ""3. Anglo-Dutch Maritime History Conferences ""; ""4. Others ""; ""5. Exhibitions ""; ""6. Festschrift""; ""F. Journals and Periodicals ""; ""Chapter 5. Naval Writers and Historians ""; ""A. The Proto-Naval Historians ""; ""B. The Earliest Quasi-Professionals ""; ""1. Julian Stafford Corbett ""; ""2. Alfred Thayer Mahan""; ""4. C. Northcote Parkinson""; ""3. Herbert Richmond""; ""C. Professors as Historians ""; ""D. Full-time Professional Historians ""; ""E. The Current Leaders ""
""F. The Next Generation """"G. Other Naval Historians ""; ""H. Writing Naval History ""; ""Chapter 6. Histories of the English/British Navy ""; ""A. When and Who? ""; ""B. The Preeminent Histories ""; ""C. The Earliest Histories of the English/British Navy ""; ""D. English/British Naval Histories of the Twentieth Century ""; ""E. Illustrated Histories ""; ""F. The Great Battles Approach ""; ""G. General Naval Histories ""; ""H. The Age of Fighting Sail ""; ""I. The Navy, Empire, Europe, and European Hegemony ""; ""J. The Sea, the Ocean, Seafarers, and Regions ""
""K. Other English/British and Foreign Forces """"L. Pertinent General Histories ""; ""M. The State of English/British Naval History ""; ""Chapter 7. Chronological Periods: Naval Wars and Prominent Battles ""; ""A. Roman Britain ""; ""1. Julius Caesar""; ""2. Invasion""; ""B. Anglo-Saxon England ""; ""1. King Alfred""; ""2. The Vikings""; ""C. Norman England ""; ""1. William the Conqueror, the Conquest ""; ""2. Richard I, the Crusades""; ""3. The Cinque Ports""; ""4. Treaties and Expansion""; ""D. The Isles ""; ""1. Dalriada""; ""2. Ireland""; ""3. Scotland""; ""4. Wales""
""E. The Middle Ages ""
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