IT'S BEEN A WHILE SINCE UPDATES OF THE AMERICAN ADMIRALTY BUREAU'S COMMENTATORS HAVE APPEARED IN THE AUTHORITATIVE LITERATURE SECTION6/23/2016: As mentioned earlier in June Amazon ceased doing business with Louisiana corporations when the Democratic governor pushed through an internet sales tax. There are no revenues at all supporting this blog at this time. None the less the effort at updating the American Admiralty Bureau publications continues, slower than ever, but it continues.
1/8/2015 Editor's note: As mentioned back in October revenues through our Amazon Portal have been down and staff had to be reduced. Consequently the slow progress in bringing all of the American Admiralty Bureau's Commentator's on line continues, Its slow , but it does continue.
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You may not have noticed much progress in the AUTHORITATIVE LITERATURE SECTION since we completed posting the updated edition of the American Admiralty Bureau's COMMENTATOR VOL. 3 "MATTERS MARINE". Volume 3 has been completed and posted. We are in fact working on VOLUMES 4 and 5 but this time the work is being done off site. Once completed, these works will be linked just below the end of Volume 3 which may be read on line within the AUTHORITATIVE LITERATURE SECTION. The next two volumes of the COMMENTATOR SERIES and such AMERICAN ADMIRALTY BUREAU GUIDES as we are able to update and republish will, in the future, be listed and linked in the Authoritative literature section and readable on line after an additional click on the link. We already have about five small volumes of reference works readable on line right in the authoritative section. The available room is limited and the scrolling is already a bit excessive. By moving the future volumes off site we will not have to limit the number of authoritative and reference works that we can bring to you for free on line reading based on available space. We do of course have limits based on copy right considerations and available funds for royalty considerations.
AAB's VOLUME 4 is titled "A COMMON HIGHWAY" and is about navigability and navigation rights on the interior waters of the United States. Volume 5 is titled "WHAT IS A VESSEL? WHO IS A SEAMAN Comments on the Proofs of Vessel Status and Seaman Status After OCEAN RANGER".
All of the original works of the American Admiralty Bureau are available in print on demand soft cover at very reasonable prices from MARINE EDUCATION TEXT BOOKS. We will alert you on line should the updated versions appearing here become available as print on demand books.
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