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The Greatest Shipwreck Mystery on the Great Lakes

by Frederick Stonehouse

Great Lakes Historian Frederick Stonehouse explores the puzzling sinking of two French

mindsweepers on Lake Superior at the close of World War I.  How did these two vessels 

even get to the Great Lakes and how and why were they lost?  Follow the twists and turns,

misconceptions and false leads and confusion surrounding this unsolved mystery.  Filled

with great photos. 

Softbound, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2", 235 pages, historical photos,

maps, illustrations and photos. Item No. AB829,

ISBN: 978-1-892384-82-9

 

 

 

 Price: $17.95

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Target Great Lakes

Target Great Lakes

World War II on the Inland Seas

by Frederick Stonehouse

Today we think of the Great Lakes as a calm and tranquil haven. Fierce

storms may occasionally roar across the waters but they are a rare

occurrence, the aberration of natural violence rather than that of man.

However during World War II the Great Lakes were a boiling cauldron of

naval activity, most long forgotten by the public. With the passing of the

Greatest Generation memory is lost leaving up to historians to tell the true

story of this remarkable period. This presentation pulls back the blanket

of mystery long thrown over the Inland Seas during the Second World War.

Pay special attention to what could have happened at the Soo Locks!

 

Softbound, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2", 235 pages, historical photos,

maps, illustrations and photos. Item No. AB812,

ISBN: 978-1-892384-81-2

 Price: $17.95

 

 

Great Lakes Best Seller

For Over 40 years!

The Wreck Of The

Edmund Fitzgerald

40th Anniversary Edition

by Frederick Stonehouse

The S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald, in the early evening of

November 10, 1975, disappeared during a heavy snow

storm on Lake Superior. Her captain and crew of 28 men

are still listed as “missing”. Additional research conducted by

Stonehouse makes this edition a must for your Fitzgerald collection.

 

Softbound, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2", 288 pages, historical photos,

maps, illustrations and underwater photos. Item No. AB737,

ISBN: 978-1-892384-73-7

 Price: $17.95

 

 

 

Great Lakes Crime

Murder, Mayhem,

Booze & Broads

by Frederick Stonehouse

Murder, piracy, ship burning, rum runners and prostitutes.

More excellent research and storytelling by renowned

Great Lakes Historian Fred Stonehouse.

Softbound, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2", 224 pages, historical photos. Item

No. AB256, ISBN: 978-1-892384-25-6

Price: $17.95

 

 

 

 

 

Steel On The Bottom

Great Lakes Shipwrecks

by Frederick Stonehouse

Noted Great Lakes historian Frederick Stonehouse has

gone back to his roots with this excellent shipwreck book.

This book is sure to please both the Great lakes history

and shipwreck buff.

Softbound, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2", 224 pages, historical photos,

maps, illustrations and underwater photos. Item No. AB353,

ISBN: 978-1-892384-35-5

Price: $16.95

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blood On The Water

The Great Lakes During The Civil War

by Frederick Stonehouse

While the Union and Confederate armies bludgeoned

each other on the battlefields what was happening

on the Great Lakes? What Confederate plots were hatched

to attack the unprotected Great Lakes? How close did the

South come to changing history? This book looks

at this fascinating and largely ignored part of the Civil War.

Softbound, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2", 224 pages, historical photos. Item No. AB614,

ISBN: 978-1-892384-61-4

                                                    Price: $17.95

 

 

 

November: The Cruelest Month

Great Lakes Wrecks

by Frederick Stonehouse

Well known and highly respected Great Lakes researcher

Fred Stonehouse has done it again. Relive accurate and

thoroughly researched accounts of shipwreck disasters in

the month of November, historically the “worst” weather

month of the season on the lakes.

Softbound, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2", 192 pages, historical photos. Item

No. AB553, ISBN: 978-1-892384-55-3

  Price: $16.95

   

 

 

PiratesPirates, Crooks & Killers

The Dark Side of the Great Lakes

by Frederick Stonehouse

Although the Great Lakes never had swashbuckling pirates

like those that swept the Caribbean Seas, leaving a crimson

wake behind, there were low-lifes willing to rob, pillage and

slit a throat when the opportunity presented itself.  Learn about

"moon cussing," "mickeys" and other sordid happenings on and

around the Great Lakes. Another excellent Stonehouse read.

Softbound, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2", 192 pages.

Item No. AB676, ISBN: 978-1-892384-67-6

 

 

 

Price: $16.95

 

 

 

 

Women and the LakesWomen and the Lakes

Untold Great Lakes Maritime Tales

by Frederick Stonehouse

Fred Stonehouse brings stories of women who worked the laeks

to life in this book.   Although women were generally not employed

in the maritime trade, this book focuses on the notable and

inspirational exceptions.

Softbound, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2", 192 pages.

Item No. AB108, ISBN: 978-1-892384-10-2

 

 

 

Price: $16.95