The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald
| The S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald, in the early evening of November 10,
1975, disappeared during a heavy storm on Lake Superior. Her captain and crew
of 28 men are still listed as "missing" Why wasn't there a distress signal?
What could have happened so quickly?
Illustrated through use of black and white photographs, drawings, narratives and official transcripts, Frederick Stonehouse, tells the story of the ill-fated ore carrier.
Originally published in 1977, this 22nd edition is updated with results of the 1995 expedition to the wreck of one of the most famous wrecks of the Great Lakes.
A great read for nautical history buffs!
Written by Frederick Stonehouse. Published by LYNX, 1977 updated 1997.
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