2017 John Lyman Book Award Winner

Size: 6″ x 9″ | 43 color & b/w photos | 448 pp ISBN13: 9780764350337 | Binding: hard cover | $34.99

Atglen, PA— Schiffer Publishing, Ltd. announced that Privateers of the Revolution: War on the New Jersey Coast, 1775-1783 has been awarded the prestigious 2017 John Lyman Book Award for the U.S. Maritime History category. The award is presented by the North American Society for Oceanic History and represents books that make significant contributions to the study and understanding of maritime and naval history.

About the Author

A graduate of Pratt Institute, nationally known maritime historian Donald Grady Shomette served for over two decades as a staff member of the Library of Congress. As a cultural resources consultant and marine archaeologist, he has been engaged by myriad museums, universities, and governments. He has worked internationally under the sponsorships of the National Geographic Society, National Park Service, US Navy, and others. Author of numerous books, and contributor to many encyclopedias and anthologies of history and archaeology, his writings have also appeared in such publications as National Geographic, History and Technology, and Sea History. He is twice winner of the prestigious John Lyman Book Award for Best American Maritime History, a recipient of the Calvert Prize for historic preservation, and holds an honorary PhD from the University of Baltimore.

About the Publisher

Schiffer Publishing, Ltd. is a family-owned, independent publisher of high-quality books. Since 1974, Schiffer has published thousands of titles on the diverse subjects that fuel our readers’ passions. From our traditional subjects of antiques and collectibles, arts and crafts, and military history, Schiffer has expanded its catalog to publish books on contemporary art and artists; architecture and design; food and entertaining; the metaphysical, paranormal and folklore; and pop and fringe culture, as well as books for children. Visit www.schifferbooks.com to explore our backlist of 5,500+ titles.

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