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Ships Gone Missing

Robert J. Hemming - Great Lakes - 1992 - 197 pages
Most of work covers the Great Lakes storm of November 1913, but also includes sections on the Armistice Day storm of 1940, and November storms of 1958, 1966, and 1975. Shipping ...
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Mighty Fitz: The Sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald

Michael Schumacher - History - 2006 - 243 pages
Thirty years following the most notorious shipwreck on America's inland waters, an in-depth account of the 1975 sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald during a storm on Lake Superior ...
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Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald: The Legendary Great Lakes Disaster

Elle Andra-Warner - History - 2006 - 127 pages
Under a gloomy November sky, SS Edmund Fitzgerald suddenly surrendered to ferocious gale-force winds, plunging to the bottom of Lake Superior, leaving no survivors. This ...
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Tales of the iron road: my life as king of the hobos

Maury Graham, Robert J. Hemming - Biography & Autobiography - 1990 - 222 pages
The author recounts the thirty years he spent as a hobo traveling around the U.S., and discusses hobo lore and customs
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Fitzgerald's Storm: The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald

Joseph MacInnis - History - 1997 - 131 pages
The Edmund Fitzgerald was the Titanic of the Great Lakes, seven city blocks long and thought to be invincible. One November night she disappeared from Lake Superior so quickly ...
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The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald

Thomas E. Moorhead - Fiction - 2011 - 152 pages
Peter L. Waters has just finished his first year of law school at the University of Michigan. With the help of Jamie, Peter’s bride-to-be, he lands a great summer job aboard ...
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Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

James R. Marshall - Reference - 1987 - 100 pages
Collection of essays with photographs regarding shipwrecks of Lake Superior as well as underwater archeology, excavations, and museums.
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Graveyard of the Lakes

Mark L. Thompson - History - 2000 - 424 pages
For the first time, a historian and seasoned mariner looks beyond the specific circumstances of individual shipwrecks in an effort to reach a clearer understanding of the ...
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