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Farallon

Shipwreck and Survival on the Alaska Shore

Steve K. Lloyd



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On a snowy morning in January 1910, the Farallon struck Black Reef in Cook Inlet. With no radio to call for help, the crew scrambled into lifeboats and headed for shore. Historical photographs and a gripping text tell of the shipwreck, the rescue party, and time spent in a cold, unforgiving climate.


 
Product details
Publisher: Washington State University
1st edition, 2000
224 pages
Size: 9 x 6
Product type: paperback
ISBN 978-0874221947
 

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