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The Wexford : Elusive Shipwreck of the Great Storm 1913
"Its final resting place a mystery for almost a century, Carroll reveals the story behind the story of one of the most significant shipwrecks found on the Great Lakes in recent years."---Walter Lewis, Marine Historian" "[Shipwrecks] haunt us with the horror of lives lost at sea while at the same time provide playgrounds for sport divers. Ships like the Wexford are not only a link to our past, but they also teach us lessons for the future. They are mystery, romance, history, and science all wrapped in a single package."---Georgann and Mike Wachter, Authors of the Eriewrecks Series, Avon Lake, Ohio" "From her builder's yard in England to the bottom of Lake Huron, you will feel part of her crew, and thankful not to have been on her last voyage."---Captain C. (BUD) Robinson, Retired Canada Steamship Lines Ships Captain of Twenty-Five Years, Forty Years on the Great Lakes" "I was moved to horror by the savagery of the storm and the image of the master and crew of the Wexford...I was moved to compassion for those who lost loved ones and for those poor souls who remain unidentified in death."---Mel Wilson, Engineer, British Mercantile Marine, Retired.
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June 20, 2010
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