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RE: Viking Pine and St Margaret's birth place

Dear Susan,
	Thank you for the information.

Dear Mr. Green,
	Your sister has been kind enough to refer me to your expertise. We
have been discussing, on and off, the voyage of "Prince" Henry. Anyways one
thing led to another and the question arose as to what type of ship he might
have used, clinker or carvel style. Also I was curious as to why, if clinker
built is shell first construction, all the modern replicas of Viking clinker
built ships are actually built skeleton first.


	-----Original Message-----
	From:	SusanG1400@aol.com [SMTP:SusanG1400@aol.com]
	Sent:	Thursday, March 21, 2002 8:25 PM
	To:	sinclair@quarterman.org
	Subject:	Re: Viking Pine and St Margaret's birth place

	Dear Dana,

	   My brother, Robert D. Green, was Voyage Coordinator for the 600th

	Anniversary Celebration of Prince Henry Sinclair's Discovery of
America in 
	1998.  He would be able to tell you anything you want to know about
what type 
	of ships Prince Henry Sinclair sailed in and how they were built.
Robert is 
	a civil, structural and sanitary engineer and lives in Somers Point,
	Jersey.  His E-mail address is:



	Susan M. Grady
	Alexandria, Virginia
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