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The Maritime History of Cornwall

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The author, Helen Doe, shows that Cornwall was for hundreds of years a very active maritime entity trading across the world. Of equal importance was the coastal trade. A great book which shows how Cornwall's maritime past has defined the location and shape of all coastal communities.

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