Steel on the Bottom: Great Lakes Shipwrecks
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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