Steel on the Bottom: Great Lakes Shipwrecks

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Avery Color Studios, Jan 1, 2006 - Transportation - 215 pages
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After ten years of lighthouse books, children's books and even a cookbook, noted Great Lakes historian Frederick Stonehouse has gone back to his roots with this excellent new shipwreck book. This book is sure to please both the Great Lakes history and shipwreck buff.

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User Review  - Duane - Goodreads

This is a great book for anyone interested in the history of shipwrecks of the Great Lakes. Filled with interesting photographs, the author does a great job of giving the reader just the right amount ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jake - Goodreads

If you've never been to the Great Lakes, you ought to go sometime. I find Lake Superior especially mesmerizing. A couple of years ago my parents made a trip to the Upper Peninsula for the experience ... Read full review

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Contents

Introduction
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The Pere Marquette 18
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he or didnt he? The Arlington
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Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Michael J. Varhola is a freelance journalist, author or co-author of numerous books and innumerable articles, publisher of several publications, a veteran of the U.S. Army, and an avid sailor who is rated to pilot vessels up to 50 feet in length. A native of the port city of Erie, Pennsylvania, he grew up listening to stories about shipping on the Great Lakes from his father, who served as a merchant seaman aboard the "S.S. North American," He lives in Springfield, Virginia. Frederick Stonehouse, noted Great Lakes maritime historian and lecturer, is author of more than 25 books.

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