A long, dangerous coastline

shipwreck tales from Alaska to California
  • 126 Pages
  • 0.35 MB
  • English
Heritage House , [Surrey, BC]
History, Navires à passagers, Anecdotes, Histoire, Shipwrecks, Passenger ships, Nauf
StatementAnthony Dalton
SeriesAmazing stories
LC ClassificationsVK1275.N67 D35 2010
The Physical Object
Pagination126 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25066004M
ISBN 139781926613734
LC Control Number2010551441

Sub-titled SHIPWRECK TALES FROM ALASKA TO CALIFORNIA, Dalton's book describes the fate of 14 vessels that came a cropper in the stormy, fog-bound waters of North America's west coast.

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By (author): Anthony Dalton. ISBN Anthony Dalton is the author of numerous books on maritime history including The Graveyard of the Pacific, The Fur-Trade Fleet, Alone against the Arctic.

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