Storms and Shipwrecks of New England

Storms and Shipwrecks of New England
Author : Edward Rowe Snow
Publisher : Applewood Books
Total Pages : 316
Release : 2005-08-15
ISBN 10 : 9781933212210
ISBN 13 : 1933212217
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Storms and Shipwrecks of New England Book Description:

A classic by Edward Rowe Snow, updated by Jeremy D'Entremont, covering the pirate ship Whidah, the wreck of the City of Columbus, the Portland Gale, and the 1938 hurricane.


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