qLake Superior Shipwrecks is clearly the definitive work on the subject. No other published material approaches it in its comprehension and insightq. It documents all the disasters and accidents that have occurred on this greatest of the Great Lakes since commercial shipping began. Over 200 historic photos and illustrations. Endorsed and registered by the Association for Great Lakes Maritime History. From Lake Superior Magazine.the Portage Lake Ship Canal, Captain Thomas Rawley of the steam barge James H. Shrigley was directing a ... a shipwreck perse, the loss of the side- wheel passenger and freight steamer Emerald is noteworthy of inclusion here. The exact year of her demise is unclear from available records although it would appear she was abandoned between 1893 and 1903. ... to safety on the wharf, whereupon the steamer drifted away to the beach where the waves gave her a rugged beating.
|Title||:||Julius F. Wolff Jr.'s Lake Superior Shipwrecks|
|Author||:||Julius F. Wolff, Jr., Thom Holden|
|Publisher||:||Duluth, Minn. : Lake Superior Port Cities - 1990-06-01|