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Wind Power: How the 19th-Century's Greatest Shipbuilder Opened the Pacific

In 1849, when word reached Ohio that gold had been discovered the year before in California, there was little to keep a young ship captain named Matthew Turner (1825-1909) close to the family homestead on the shores of Lake Erie. Eight years earlier, when Turner was…

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