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The Sea Was in Their Blood explores two key questions: who were the men aboard
Archibald MacMechan revelled in the tales of worldwide adventure, pirates, storms, fires, rescues, and tragedies.
At the beginning of World War Two, Britain stood alone, relying on the vital supplies
A native of Kentville, Nova Scotia, Stanley T. Spicer is a graduate of the University
A Watch in the Night chronicles the struggles of one Nova Scotia family to survive
Along miles of rugged coastline, in secret bays and hidden inlets, and even in the
The sea can be a treacherous place. Fortunately for those who face disaster at sea
Stanley T. Spicer is the author of numerous books and articles including Glooscap Legends and
In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, many women experienced firsthand the perils and
Over 300 ships have gone down on Sable Island. The first known wreck was in
Lost, stolen, or undiscovered treasures have long been rumored to be buried throughout Atlantic Canada.

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Robert C. Parsons was born in Grand Bank, one of the great Newfoundland seaports for
Age of Heroes documents one of Nova Scotia’s greatest sea tales. It comes from the

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It’s a cold April night on the high seas. A ship steams quickly toward port.
Here are over sixty stories of piracy, fire, explosions, disappearances, rum running, shipboard mutiny and