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´╗┐Title: Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of William Wood
Author: Wood, William Charles Henry
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WORKS OF

WILLIAM WOOD



CONTENTS


##  CAPTAINS OF THE CIVIL WAR

##  THE GREAT FORTRESS; A CHRONICLE OF LOUISBOURG 1720-1760

##  THE PASSING OF NEW FRANCE; A CHRONICLE OF MONTCALM

##  THE WINNING OF CANADA

##  THE FATHER OF BRITISH CANADA A CHRONICLE OF CARLETON

##  ELIZABETHAN SEA DOGS

##  THE WAR WITH THE UNITED STATES. A CHRONICLE OF 1812

##  FLAG AND FLEET

##  ALL AFLOAT



TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES



CAPTAINS OF THE CIVIL WAR
A CHRONICLE OF THE BLUE AND THE GRAY
By William Wood



CONTENTS
I. 	THE CLASH: 1861
II. 	THE COMBATANTS
III. 	THE NAVAL WAR: 1862
IV. 	THE RIVER WAR: 1861
V. 	LINCOLN: WAR STATESMAN
VI. 	LEE AND JACKSON: 1862-3
VII. 	GRANT WINS THE RIVER WAR: 1863
VIII. 	GETTYSBURG: 1863
IX. 	FARRAGUT AND THE NAVY: 1863-4
X. 	GRANT ATTACKS THE FRONT: 1864
XI. 	SHERMAN DESTROYS THE BASE: 1864
XII. 	THE END: 1865
  	BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
  	INDEX


ILLUSTRATIONS
GENERAL U. S. GRANT
Photograph by Brady. In the collection of L. C. Handy, Washington.
GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE
Photograph. In the collection of L. C. Handy, Washington
GENERAL T. J. (STONEWALL) JACKSON
Photograph. In the collection of L. C. Handy, Washington.
NORTH AND SOUTH IN 1861
Map by W. L. G. Joerg, American Geographical Society.
ADMIRAL D. G. FARRAGUT
Photograph by Brady.
CIVIL WAR: CAMPAIGNS OF 1862
Map by W. L. G. Joerg, American Geographical Society.
CIVIL WAR: VIRGINIA CAMPAIGNS, 1862
Map by W. L. G. Joerg, American Geographical Society.
Page xiv CIVIL WAR: CAMPAIGNS OF 1863
Map by W. L. G. Joerg, American Geographical Society.
GENERAL W. T. SHERMAN
Photograph by Brady. In the collection of L. C. Handy, Washington.
CIVIL WAR: CAMPAIGNS OF 1864
Map by W. L. G. Joerg, American Geographical Society.



THE GREAT FORTRESS
A Chronicle of Louisbourg 1720-1760
CHRONICLES OF CANADA
Edited by George M. Wrong and H. H. Langton
Volume 8
By William Wood



CONTENTS
PREFACE
CHAPTER I 	THE LAST SEA LINK WITH FRANCE
CHAPTER II 	THE SEA LINK LOST
CHAPTER III 	THE LINK RECOVERED
CHAPTER IV 	LOST FOR EVER
CHAPTER V 	ANNIHILATION
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE



THE PASSING OF NEW FRANCE
A Chronicle of Montcalm
CHRONICLES OF CANADA
Edited by George M. Wrong and H. H. Langton
Volume 10
By William Wood



CONTENTS
CHAPTER I 	MONTCALM IN FRANCE
CHAPTER II 	MONTCALM IN CANADA
CHAPTER III 	OSWEGO
CHAPTER IV 	FORT WILLIAM HENRY
CHAPTER V 	TICONDEROGA
CHAPTER VI 	QUEBEC
CHAPTER VII 	THE PLAINS OF ABRAHAM
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE



CHRONICLES OF CANADA
THE WINNING OF CANADA
A Chronicle of Wolfe
By William Wood



CONTENTS
AUTHOR'S NOTE
CHAPTER I 	THE BOY, 1727-1741
CHAPTER II 	THE YOUNG SOLDIER, 1741-1748
CHAPTER III 	THE SEVEN YEARS' PEACE, 1748-1755
CHAPTER IV 	THE SEVEN YEARS' WAR, 1756-1763
CHAPTER V 	LOUISBOURG, 1758
CHAPTER VI 	QUEBEC, 1759
CHAPTER VII 	THE PLAINS OF ABRAHAM, September 13, 1759
CHAPTER VIII 	EPILOGUE -- THE LAST STAND
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE



THE FATHER OF BRITISH CANADA
A CHRONICLE OF CARLETON
Chronicles Of Canada
Edited by George M. Wrong and H. H. Langton
Volume 12
By William Wood



CONTENTS
CHAPTER I 	GUY CARLETON
CHAPTER II 	GENERAL MURRAY
CHAPTER III 	GOVERNOR CARLETON
CHAPTER IV 	INVASION
CHAPTER V 	BELEAGUERMENT
CHAPTER VI 	DELIVERANCE
CHAPTER VII 	THE COUNTERSTROKE
CHAPTER VIII 	GUARDING THE LOYALISTS
CHAPTER IX 	FOUNDING MODERN CANADA
CHAPTER X 	'NUNC DIMITTIS'
	BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE



ELIZABETHAN SEA-DOGS
A Chronicle of Drake and His Companions
By William Wood



CONTENTS
PREFATORY NOTE
ELIZABETHAN SEA-DOGS
CHAPTER I 	ENGLAND'S FIRST LOOK
CHAPTER II 	HENRY VIII, KING OF THE ENGLISH SEA
CHAPTER III 	LIFE AFLOAT IN TUDOR TIMES
CHAPTER IV 	ELIZABETHAN ENGLAND
CHAPTER V 	HAWKINS AND THE FIGHTING TRADERS
CHAPTER VI 	DRAKE'S BEGINNING
CHAPTER VII 	DRAKE'S 'ENCOMPASSMENT OF ALL THE WORLDE'
CHAPTER VIII 	DRAKE CLIPS THE WINGS OF SPAIN
CHAPTER IX 	DRAKE AND THE SPANISH ARMADA
CHAPTER X 	'THE ONE AND THE FIFTY-THREE'
CHAPTER XI 	RALEIGH AND THE VISION OF THE WEST
CHAPTER XII 	DRAKE'S END
APPENDIX 	NOTE ON TUDOR SHIPPING
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE



THE WAR WITH THE UNITED STATES
A Chronicle of 1812
By WILLIAM WOOD
CHRONICLES OF CANADA
Volume 14
CONTENTS
CHAPTER I 	OPPOSING CLAIMS
CHAPTER II 	OPPOSING FORCES
CHAPTER III 	1812: OFF TO THE FRONT
CHAPTER IV 	1812: BROCK AT DETROIT AND QUEENSTON HEIGHTS
CHAPTER V 	1813: THE BEAVER DAMS, LAKE ERIE, AND CHATEAUGUAY
CHAPTER VI 	1814: LUNDY'S LANE, PLATTSBURG, AND THE GREAT BLOCKADE
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE



FLAG AND FLEET
HOW THE BRITISH NAVY WON THE
FREEDOM OF THE SEAS
By William Wood
CONTENTS
BOOK I, THE ROWING AGE
WHEN SOLDIERS FOUGHT ROWBOAT BATTLES BESIDE THE SHORES
OF THE OLD WORLD
From the Beginning of War on the Water to King Henry VIII's
First Promise of a Sailing Fleet
1545
CHAPTER
I   	THE VERY BEGINNING OF SEA-POWER
(10,000 years and more B.C.)
II   	THE FIRST FAR WEST (The last 5,000 years B.C.)
III   	EAST AGAINST WEST (480 B. C.-146 B.C.)
IV   	CELTIC BRITAIN UNDER ROME (55 B.C.-410 A.D.)
V   	THE HARDY NORSEMAN (449-1066)
VI   	THE IMPERIAL NORMAN (1066-1451)
VII   	KING OF THE ENGLISH ERA (1545)



BOOK II, THE SAILING AGE
DRAKE TO NELSON, 1585-1805
PART I\x97THE SPANISH WAR
VIII   	OLD SPAIN AND NEW (1492-1571)
IX   	THE ENGLISH SEA-DOGS (1545-1580)
X   	THE SPANISH ARMADA (1588)
PART II\x97THE DUTCH WAR
XI   	THE FIRST DUTCH WAR (1623-1653)
XII   	THE SECOND AND THIRD DUTCH WARS (1665-1673)
PART III\x97THE FRENCH WAR
XIII   	THE FIRST WAR AGAINST LOUIS XIV (1689-1697)
XIV   	THE SECOND WAR AGAINST LOUIS XIV (1702-1713)
XV   	WAR AGAINST FRANCE AND SPAIN (1739-1748)
XVI   	PITT'S IMPERIAL WAR (1756-1763)
XVII   	THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION (1775-1783)
XVIII   	NELSON (1798-1805)
XIX   	"1812"
BOOK III, THE AGE OF STEAM AND STEEL
PART I\x97A CENTURY OF CHANGE (1814-1914)
XX   	A CENTURY OF BRITISH-FRENCH-AMERICAN PEACE (1815-1914)
XXI   	A CENTURY OF MINOR BRITISH WARS (1815-1914)
PART II\x97THE GREAT WAR (1914-1918)
XXII   	THE HANDY MAN
XXIII   	FIFTY YEARS OF WARNING (1864-1914)
XXIV   	WAR (1914-1915)
XXV   	JUTLAND (1916)
XXVI   	SUBMARINING (1917-1918)
XXVII   	SURRENDER! (1918)
XXVIII   	WELL DONE!
  	POSTSCRIPT  THE FREEDOM OF THE SEAS
ILLUSTRATIONS
VIKING MAN-OF-WAR. . . . . . . . . . Frontispiece
"DUG-OUT" CANOE
ROMAN TRIREME\x97A vessel with three benches of oars
WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR'S TRANSPORTS
Eddystone Lighthouse, 1699. The first structure of stone and timber. Build for Trinity House by Winstanley and swept away in a storm. Eddystone Lighthouse, 1882. The fourth and present structure, erected by Sir J. N. Douglass for Trinity House.
The Santa Maria, flagship of Christopher Columbus when he discovered America in 1492. Length of keel, 60 feet. Length of ship proper, 93 feet. Length over all, 128 feet. Breadth, 26 feet. Tonnage, full displacement, 233.
DRAKE
One of Drake's Men-of-War that Fought the Great Armada in 1588.
ARMADA OFF FOWEY (Cornwall) as first seen in the English Channel.
SIR FRANCIS DRAKE ON BOARD THE REVENGE receiving the surrender of Don Pedro de Valdes.
SAILING SHIP. The Pilgrim Fathers crossed in a similar vessel (1620).
LA HOGUE, 1692.
H.M.S. Centurion engaged and took the Spanish Galleon Nuestra Senhora de Capadongo, from Acapulco bound to Manila, off Cape Espiritu Santo, Philippine Islands, June 20, 1743.
The ROYAL GEORGE
NELSON
FIGHTING THE GUNS ON THE MAIN DECK, 1782.
THE BLOWING UP OF L'ORIENT DURING THE BATTLE OF THE NILE.
THE BATTLE OF COPENHAGEN, APRIL 2nd, 1801. (Note the British line ahead.)
The VICTORY. Nelson's Flagship at Trafalgar, launched in 1765, and still used as the flagship in Portsmouth Harbour.
TRAFALGAR. 21st October, 1805.
MODEL OF THE BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR. (Reproduced by permission from the model at the Royal United Service Institution.)
THE SHANNON AND THE CHESAPEAKE.
THE ROYAL WILLIAM. Canadian built; the first boat to cross any ocean steaming the whole way (1833), the first steamer in the world to fire a shot in action (May 5, 1836).
BATTLESHIP.
Seaplane Returning after flight.
DESTROYER.
A PARTING SHOT FROM THE TURKS AT GALLIPOLI.
JELLICOE.
BEATTY.
LIGHT CRUISER.
H.M.S. Monmouth, Armoured Cruiser. Sunk at Coronel, November 1st, 1914.
BATTLESHIP FIRING A BROADSIDE.
Jellicoe's Battle Fleet in Columns of Divisions. 6.14 P.M.
THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND\x97PLAN II. Jellicoe's battle line formed and fighting. 6:38 P.M.
British Submarine.
Minesweeper at work.
H.M. KING GEORGE V.



ALL AFLOAT
A Chronicle of Craft and Waterways
By William Wood



CONTENTS
I.   	A LAND OF WATERWAYS 	1
II.   	CANOES 	16
III.   	SAILING CRAFT; THE PIONEERS 	41
IV.   	SAILING CRAFT: UNDER THE FLEURS-DE-LIS 	54
V.   	SAILING CRAFT: UNDER THE UNION JACK 	68
VI.   	SAILING CRAFT: THE BUILDING OF THE SHIP 	82
VII.   	SAILING CRAFT: 'FIT TO GO FOREIGN' 	92
VIII.   	STEAMERS 	129
IX.   	FISHERIES 	155
X.   	ADMINISTRATION 	171
XI.   	NAVIES 	179
  	BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE 	189
  	INDEX 	193
ILLUSTRATIONS
THE VOYAGEURS ON A MISTY MORNING From a painting by Verner. 	Frontispiece
THE SPIRIT OF THE LAKES By Lorado Taft, in the Chicago Art Institute. 	Facing page 12
SHIPS OF THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY From Winsor's 'America.' 	44
CHAMPLAIN'S SHIP, THE 'DON DE DIEU' From the model at the Quebec Tercentenary. 	54
A FRENCH FRIGATE OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY From Winsor's 'America.' 	64
SHIP 'BATAVIA,' 2000 TONS Built by F.-X. Marquis at Quebec, 1877. Lost on Inaccessible Island, 1879. From a picture belonging to Messrs Ross and Co., Quebec. 	92
TRANSPORT 'BECKWITH' AND BATEAUX, LAKE ONTARIO, 1816 From the John Ross Robertson Collection, Toronto Public Library. 	136
THE 'ROYAL WILLIAM' From the original painting in possession of the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec. 	140





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