5 edition of Shipwrecks of the Great Lakes found in the catalog.
Shipwrecks of the Great Lakes
August 15, 2007
by Altitude Publishing (Canada)
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
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Shipwrecks of the Great Lakes narrates the tales of over a hundred of them. From the dramatic stories of the many ships that have foundered with all hands in the great storms that can sweep across the lakes, to the tales of vessels like the Gunilda, lost because her wealthy master refused to pay a Shipwrecks of the Great Lakes book dollars for a pilot, this book is packed /5(18).
68 rows The Great Lakes, a collection of five freshwater lakes located in North America, have been. Each Lake's storms, shipwrecks, fires, and rescues gets its own section within "Great Lakes Shipwrecks & Survivals." The last section of the book's third edition (which I own) is devoted to the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald, the introduction of bulk freighters into /5(71).
There are over 6, shipwrecks in the Great Lakes, having caused an estimate loss of 30, mariners’ lives. It is estimated that there are about wrecks in Lake Superior, most of which are undiscovered. Shipwrecks of the Great Lakes book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Containing almost a fifth of the world's fresh water, the Gr 4/5.
Shipwrecks of Lake Ontario. A Journey of Discovery. The National Museum of the Great Lakes is excited to announce the release of a new book titled Shipwrecks of Lake Ontario: A Journey of book contains stories of long lost shipwrecks and the journeys of the underwater explorers who found them, written by Jim Kennard with paintings by Roland Stevens and underwater imagery by Author: Jim Kennard.
The National Museum of the Great Lakes, is excited to announce the release of a new book titled Shipwrecks of Lake Ontario: A Journey of Discovery. This book contains the stories of these long lost shipwrecks and the journeys of the underwater explorers who found them, written by Jim Kennard, Roland Stevens, and Roger Pawlowski.
A museum in Upper Michigan pays tribute to the lives lost on the waters of Lake Superior. ehrlif/shutterstock Some call it the Shipwreck Coast. Others call it Author: Marija Andric. Shipwrecks of the Great Lakes narrates the tales of over a hundred of them. From the dramatic stories of the many ships that have foundered with all hands in the great storms that can sweep across the lakes, to the tales of vessels like the Gunilda, lost because her wealthy master refused to pay a few dollars for a pilot, this book is packed.
Shipwrecks of the Great Lakes narrates the tales of over a hundred of them. From the dramatic stories of the many ships that have foundered with all hands in the great storms that can sweep across the lakes, to the tales of vessels like the Gunilda, lost because her wealthy master refused to pay a few dollars for a pilot, this book is packed 4/4(1).
The Great Lakes have been the site of many shipwrecks. Because they are so big, their waters can be treacherous in bad weather, especially for ill prepared seamen. This book is an excellent resource to learn more about the Great Lakes history of shipwrecks.
Great Lakes Shipwrecks & Survivals. Ghost Ships, Gales and Forgotten Tales: True. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. "The tales of over a hundred of the most famous shipwrecks on North America's Great Lakes, including the Edmund Fitzgerald, Daniel J.
Morrell, Eastland, and many more. Shipwrecks!. Factual Accounts of Obscure Great Lakes Shipwrecks. by Wes Oleszewski. True, factual stories of obscure Great Lakes shipwrecks. Put yourself, the reader, in the shoes of the sailors written about in these stories.
Huge waves, frigid weather. and terrifying situations. Relieve it. LibraryThing Review User Review - unclebob - LibraryThing. Some great stories, and the author does a great job of taking you back to another time on the lakes, but the book gets pretty repetitive after awhile, and in places seems to be just a very long list of wrecks.4/5(3).
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Portage Avenue, Sault Ste Marie, MI • Toll Free Phone: In all five Great Lakes, we know there are over 6, shipwrecks with o lives having been lost. Lake Superior is perhaps one of the most dramatic, although it doesn’t have the highest.
The Great Storm Of The Great Lakes Storm of was a blizzard that rocked the Great Lakes Basin with hurricane level winds and giant waves over a three day period from November 7 to The storm was the deadliest and most destructive natural disaster to ever affect the Great Lakes and it was particularly devastating for : Gregory Sousa.
Younger readers who might get bogged down in Michael Varhola’s more thorough Shipwrecks and Lost Treasures: Great Lakes ()—or turned off by its invented dialogue and embroidered details—will find these robust historical accounts more digestible and at least as engrossing.
The bibliography is dominated by Canadian sources, as befitting. Ten of the 35 on boards perished and the Cedarville is the third largest shipwreck in Great Lakes shipwrecks history.
On November 9,a great storm in Lake Huron sank ten ships and more than twenty were driven ashore. The storm, which raged for 16 hours, killed seamen. Thunder Bay is the location for most shipwreck history on Lake Huron. A new book just published as part of the sesquicentennial celebration in Canada features famous shipwrecks found on the bottom of the Great Lakes.
One set of wrecks of particular interest is the “ghost fleet” that lies on the lakebed of Lake Huron, north of Sarnia, Ontario.This haunting collection looks back to one of the most legendary, mysterious, and controversial shipwrecks of the Great Lakes. In the great battle between humans and nature, the outcome is often tragic and humbling.
(Amazon book description) Shipwrecks of Lake Superior By James R. Marshall ISBN: - Explore bschott's board "Shipwrecks" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Great lakes shipwrecks, Shipwreck and Great lakes pins.