2 edition of Stories of the Great lakes found in the catalog.
|Statement||retold from St. Nicholas.|
|Series||Geographical stories retold from St. Nicholas magazine.|
|LC Classifications||PZ5.S15 Stg|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 185 p.|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||07029582|
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He wrote for The Blade (Toledo, Ohio) fromand for The Plain Dealer (Cleveland, Ohio) from Boyer specialized in feature-length narratives of life aboard Great Lakes lake freighters, often concentrating on stories of mystery and disaster.5/5(5).
This is a wonderful Stories of the Great lakes book of articles you'd have a hard time tracking down on your own. I checked it out of my library as research for my Fitz book, and besides several useful articles on Great Lakes shipping, discovered a wonderful article on the construction of the World's Fairgrounds, to boot (plus several backwoods hunting/fishing articles, which I'll probably enjoy /5.
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Egan’s book is bursting with life (and yes, death)." —Robert Moor, New York Times Book Review. The Great Lakes—Erie, Huron, Michigan, Ontario, and Superior—hold 20 percent of the world’s supply of surface fresh water and provide sustenance, work, and recreation for tens of millions of Americans/5(6).
The Great Lakes Books Series specializes in books of regional interest and importance to Michigan and the entire Great Lakes region. Inaugurated in to honor Michigan's sesquicentennial, the series currently includes titles on Michigan and regional history, the Upper Peninsula, military history, the Great Lakes and maritime history.
Great Lakes Ghost Stories Haunted Tales Past & Present. by Wes Oleszewski. One of the Great Lakes best storytellers does it again in this, his ninth book. Ghost stories passed to the author by others, researched and retold. The stories are sure to grab your. attention.
Softbound, /2" x /2", pages. Item No. AB, ISBN: Great Lakes Ghost Stories: Haunted Tales of Past and Present by Wes Oleszewski is a good book for history buffs, particularly those with an interest in Great Lakes shipping. I acquired this book on our last trip to Door County, at the Door County Maritime Museum in Gill's Rock, WI/5.
The stories of the North American Great Lakes run deep. Dip into ‘The Death and Life of the Great Lakes’ by Dan Egan. The SciFri Book Club wraps its month-long investigation of the Great Lakes with questions about the future of the ecosystems’ recovery. On February 20th in. Genre/Form: Fiction History Juvenile works Specimens Juvenile fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: St.
Nicholas (New York, N.Y.). Stories of the Great lakes. The Great Lakes / W.S. Harwood --Life-savers, old and young / Gustav Kobbé --Niagara / Mrs. Schuyler Van Rensselaer --The life-savers' ride of a hundred miles / Worth G. Ross --A little white steamer, a man in gray, and twenty thousand ships / Howard F.
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Tribal Great Lakes Restoration. This publication features the success stories of how tribes have been key contributors to the success of the GLRI overall, and most notably to the protection of habitat and native fish, plants, and wildlife populations.
This is great conversation. We’ll be back with more on the future of the Great Lakes with the producer Christie Taylor, journalist Peter Annin, and ecology professor, Dr.
Donna Kashian. Our number, If you want to phone in, you can also tweet us at @scifri. Tell us about what concerns you about the Great Lakes and reading the : Charles Bergquist. Some great stories, and the author does a great job of taking you back to another time on the lakes, but the book gets pretty repetitive after awhile, and in places seems to be just a very long list of wrecks.
Not sure it's a fault of the style or just the subject matter. Read full review4/5(3). The Salvager is a narrative history of Great Lakes shipping disasters of – and the life story of Captain Thomas Reid.
Using the records of the Reid Wrecking and Towing Company as well as Reid’s personal letters, here are the stories of the maritime disasters and wrecking adventures that followed, and of those waiting on shore for their loved ones. Our April pick for the PBS NewsHour-New York Times book club, “Now Read This” is Dan Egan’s “The Death and Life of the Great Lakes.
An alarming account of the “slow-motion catastrophe” facing the world’s largest freshwater system. Based on 13 years of reporting for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, this exhaustively detailed examination of the Great Lakes reveals the extent to which tsquare-mile natural resource has been exploited for two main culprits have.
The Death and Life of the Great Lakes, Egan’s first book and the winner of the Graduate School of Journalism’s J. Anthony Lukas Work-in-Progress Award, is full of stories like this one: head-slapping moments of human error, with a whiff of hubris.
At the same time, the book emphasizes the difficulty of foreseeing the potentially dire. The stories that come down from them begins our strange tales of the Great Lakes. Monsters Charles Cassady Jr. relates many native American Legends in his Paranormal Great Lakes (a book that covers all of the subjects listed in.
The sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald is one of the most famous and mysterious shipwreck stories in Great Lakes history. In "The Trial of the Edmund Fitzgerald" – a book that’s completely unlike anything else you previously have read on the subject – Michael Schumacher mines the controversial final report that came from the investigation.
Which is why the Great Lakes are full of ghost stories. “Spirits, apparitions, those don’t really haunt graveyards,” said author Wes Oleszewski, who has written 18 book about the Great Lakes.After years, the definitive book about the Great Storm of has finally been written.
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