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Stanton H. King was from Barbados and followed his brothers to sea at the age of twelve in 1880. He spent only twelve years at sea for reasons given in this book. Thereafter, he became associated with the Sailors’ Haven, Boston, Massachusetts and became its director. He was also a renowned Chantie singer and, in 1918, King’s Book Of Chanties was published. King views the sailing life from “before the mast”, that is, through the eyes of the common sailor.
Very good you leave your self and become a part of the ship
Excellent and fascinating. Great reader.
Wonderful detail of a sailors life at that time with great descriptions of all incidents. Tterrific!!!
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