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Phantom ships, sea monsters, mutiny, and murder find their places beside stories of those Iron
Nova Scotia has always needed Bluenose as a symbol of a culture of enterprise and
As the first person to circumnavigate the globe alone, Captain Joshua Slocum is celebrated as
Originally published in 1912, The Sinking of the Titanic was an instant bestseller and remains
Archibald MacMechan revelled in the tales of worldwide adventure, pirates, storms, fires, rescues, and tragedies.
A native of Kentville, Nova Scotia, Stanley T. Spicer is a graduate of the University
In the 450 years since Jacques Cartier’s arrival, Prince Edward Island’s history has been tied
Nova Scotia’s marine heritage is rooted in the very fibre of the people. In this
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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For the British and Allied navies, the corvette, however useful, was a stop-gap, a “hostilities
Author/illustrator Sam Manning has brought to life a period in history which makes this book