Colonial Shipbuilding through Replicas

COLONIAL SHIPBUILDING THROUGH REPLICAS 3

ColonialShipbuilding through Replicas

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Bennet,J. (2010). Sailinginto the Past: Learning from Replica Shisp.Prenton, Merseyside: Seaforth Publishing

Themain argument of this source:the primary argument of this source is that the shipbuilding wasimportant in the transport of the eighteenth century and over thepast three centuries. The author argues that ship constructionthrough the use of replica was important, especially the use of oldcolonial replicas and models. To assert this argument, the authorexplores the developments in the ship building industry in terms ofdesign and construction methods and construction materials. Bennet(2010) explores the three centuries and describes how shipconstruction has developed over time. Bennet cites the eighteenth andnineteenth century’s as the most significant development period inthe history of ship making and construction using replicas.

Theplan for the use of this source in the Wikipedia page:This source will be used to demonstrate the importance of Colonialshipbuilding in the late 1700’s. In the Wikipedia page, we will usethis source to talk about the process of building these ships and thematerials that were used. In addition, we will use the source toexplore the level of difficulty in building ships, and the value thatcame from the use of replicas. This source will be used to enrich thewebpage with information regarding the use of replicas during theshipbuilding. In addition, this source will be used to provideinformation on the historical timeline for the use of replica in thebuilding of ships in the historical times.

Reference

Bennet,J. (2010). Sailinginto the Past: Learning from Replica Shisp.Prenton, Merseyside: Seaforth Publishing