3 edition of Transatlantic mail to and from British North America from early days to U.P.U. found in the catalog.
Transatlantic mail to and from British North America from early days to U.P.U.
J. C. Arnell
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Handbook (British North America Philatelic Society. Transatlantic Mail Study Group) ;, no. 4|
|LC Classifications||HE6185.C2 A77 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||97147435|
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Cunard Line is a British cruise line based at Carnival House at Southampton, England, operated by Carnival UK and owned by Carnival Corporation & plc. SinceCunard and its three ships have been registered in Hamilton, Bermuda. InSamuel Cunard was awarded the first British transatlantic steamship mail contract, and the next year formed the British and North American Royal Mail Founder: Samuel Cunard.
History of North America encompasses the past developments of people populating the continent of North it was widely believed that continent first became a human habitat when people migrated across the Bering to 17, years ago, recent discoveries may have pushed those estimates back at least anot years.
People. Transatlantic Mail to and from British North America from Early Days to 4. Oyama, B.C.: Published on behalf of the British North America Philatelic Society by J.C.
Arnell, In my early days of collecting transatlantic letters-probably about thirty-five years ago-I was told about his study The Transatlantic Mail.
On a trip to London aroundI visited Vera Trinder's shop and was able to buy what I seem to recall was the last copy she had. It, along with Howard Robinson's Carrying British Mails. book contains a considerable amount of infor-mation on paper money and other means of account, which, having no direct bearing on postage, is not included.
During the 18th and early 19th century, Britain being a net importer of silver and gold, was unable to supply its early colonies in the West Indies and North America with sterling coinage. TRANSATLANTIC MAIL STUDY GROUP of the British North America Philatelic Society Newsletter No.
29 Tack Arnell, Chairman SUSAN M. MC DONALD July While attending WESTPEX 92 in San Francisco in May, I learned with great sadness of the passing of Susan McDonald on 17 March. She was a longtime friend and, in some ways, my postal history mentor.
Ship - Ship - Shipping in the 19th century: Once the extent and nature of the world’s oceans was established, the final stage of the era of sail had been reached. American independence played a major role determining how the final stage developed. To understand why this was so, it should be appreciated that Britain’s North American colonies were vital to its merchant marine, for they.
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Arnell, c Book In. Robarts The origin of the ocean mail steamers between Liverpool and the St. Lawrence and the advantages of the northern route [microform] / Rare Book.
E Browse Shelf. Royal Ontario. TRANSATLANTIC MAIL STUDY GROUP of the British North America Philatelic Society Newsletter No. 38 Tack Arnell, Chairman January VARIOUS ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST There has been a very good response from Group Members to my call for a further contri-bution to support the production and mailing of newsletters.
One person has resigned from. Saints and Strangers: New England in British North America (Regional Perspectives on Early America) Joseph A. Conforti In the first general history of colonial New England to be published in over twenty-five years, Joseph A.
Conforti synthesizes current and classic scholarship to explore how Puritan saints and "strangers" to Puritanism. Early Days of Trans-Atlantic Navigation () Wreck of the RMS Titanic - First Account () How to Get To Australia () Passengers Travelling Abroad Fewer in Number This Season than In () Giant Ex-German Liners Weapons in Duel of I.M.M.
and Cunard for Blue Ribbon of Atlantic (). The colonial history of the United States covers the history of European colonization of America from the early 16th century until the incorporation of the colonies into the United States of America.
In the late 16th century, England, France, Castile, and the Dutch Republic launched major colonization programs in America. The death rate was very high among those who.
Prior to the American Revolutionary War, an estima convicts from the United Kingdom were transported to the American colonies and served out their time as indentured servants before receiving an official pardon.
Labor was in demand in North America, and so free persons were also recruited in exchange for passage to the Americas. Start your transatlantic cruise in Fort Lauderdale. Relax and explore the city while gliding down the New River in a gondola.
Take an airboat ride through the Everglades. Discover the chic cafés and galleries of Las Olas Boulevard. America’s first transatlantic ship Ask New Englanders where and when North America’s first colony was established, and most will likely say Jamestown, Va., in Jamestown’s claim may be true – in a tenuous way: Records tell us that Maine’s Popham Colony was also settled that year, near the mouth of the Kennebec River.
British North America. Compiled by Brian Stalker, edited by Ross Gray (). Travelling Post Office Postmarks of Newfoundland & Labrador (Second Edition ) –. Represents the Golden Age of the liner where those ships dominated long-distance passenger movements. By the early 20th century (), the liner Mauretania with a capacity of 2, passengers was able to cross the Atlantic in days, a record which was held for 30 years when the liner Queen Mary reduced the crossing time by half a day (4 days).
Mail Exchanged Under France-GB Treaty: USA to France. American Packet via England: June 1, J First American Steam Packet Service.
The Ocean Line began the first American transatlantic steam packet service on June 1, March 3, US Act set packet postage at 24¢ per ½ oz., effective July 1. Per the France-GB.The history of English Immigration to America began in the 's when England established colonies on the east coast of North America.
The colonists all belonged to the Anglo-Saxon race and shared the same ethnic origin, identity, language, heritage, culture, education, history and physical characteristics.
Portuguese explorers take 12 enslaved people from Africa back to Portugal. First enslaved African people arrive in the New World in the forced service of the conquistadors. First voyage of enslaved people directly from Africa to the Americas.
Slave trading to Brazil becomes a regular occurrence, with anywhere from around 2.