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Shipwrecks of Lake Erie - Vol I

Extensively researched and supplemented with archival and underwater photographs and illustrations, ​​Shipwrecks of Lake Erie Volume One is the only book on Lake Erie shipwrecks featuring complete vessel histories, descriptive stories of loss and survival, and thorough examinations of the wrecks as they sit on the bottom of Lake Erie. 
Featured Shipwrecks:
Admiral
Brunswick
Carlingford
Clarion
Cortland
Dean Richmond
Duke Luedtke
Dundee
Erie
James B. Colgate
John B. Lyon
John J. Boland, Jr.
Little Wissahickon
Merida
Morning Star
Success
Two Fannies
Willis

200 pages
52 photos/illustrations
ISBN: 9781366461612
​LCCN: 2017901283
​Printed in the USA

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At just about 210 miles long, 57 miles wide, and with a shoreline of approximately 871 miles that borders four US States (New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan) and one Canadian Province (Ontario), Lake Erie is the 11th largest lake in the world.

However, Lake Erie is the shallowest and the second smallest of the Great Lakes.  Yet, experts predict the bottom of Lake Erie contains more shipwrecks than any of the Inland Seas.  

Lake Erie's furious, violent, sudden storms have sent thousands of ships along with their cargoes, passengers, and mariners to the depths of its cold waters.  Every type of ship that ever sailed the Great Lakes can be found in Erie's waters.

Dive Into Great Lakes Histor​y

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