Navigate through the haunting waters of history with Shipwrecks of the Great Lakes, authored and self-published by Dana Thomas Bowen in 1952. This compelling hardcover book, complete with a dust jacket, brings to light the sensational stories of maritime disasters across each of the five Great Lakes.
With over 30,000 sailors believed to have lost their lives in these wrecks, this book offers a poignant reminder of the perils faced in these icy waters.
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Shipwrecks of the Great Lakes is not just a book; it’s a journey through the heart-wrenching history of these inland seas. For maritime enthusiasts, history buffs, or anyone intrigued by the lore of the lakes, this book is an essential addition to your library. Delve into these submerged stories and connect with the legacy of the Great Lakes.
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