Shipwrecks Along Lake Superior's North Shore
A Diver's Guide
Author Stephen B. Daniel
Minnesota Historical Society Press (May 1, 2008)
An in-depth tour of the many sunken ships submerged in the waters of our great inland sea, Lake Superior.
Beneath the icy waters of Lake Superior lies a vast museum of maritime treasures, relics, and souls that in years past were lost to the crashing waves of this massive body of water. Today, those who remain on the surface can glimpse some of this sunken bounty, but most of it is accessible only to those who slip into scuba gear and brave the darkness of the deep.
In Shipwrecks Along Lake Superior’s North Shore, veteran diver Stephen B. Daniel, in collaboration with the Great Lakes Shipwreck Preservation Society, provides in-depth tours of the many sunken ships submerged in the waters of this region of Lake Superior. Readers will not only learn the maritime history and structural details of the original vessels, they’ll also find the fascinating stories of the wrecks themselves—how they happened, what actions were taken to save both crew and vessel, and the modern-day efforts to preserve these sites. With detailed descriptions and hundreds of photographs, charts, and diagrams that will impress even the most seasoned diver, this book will also appeal to anyone who has ever wondered what nautical mysteries lie beneath the waves of the greatest of the Great Lakes.
Stephen B. Daniel is an active certified diver, shipwreck historian, and current president of the Great Lakes Shipwreck Preservation Society.
- 208 pages
- 300 b&w photos, 75 drawings, 40 maps
- 8.5 x 11 inches
- ISBN: 9780873516181
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