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Shipwrecks of the Alaskan shelf and shore
Evert E. Tornfelt
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Alaska OCS Region in Anchorage, Alaska
Written in English
|Statement||by Evert E. Tornfelt, Michael Burwell.|
|Contributions||Burwell, Michael., United States. Minerals Management Service. Alaska OCS Region.|
|LC Classifications||G525 .T56 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||92234606|
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A rough estimate of United Nations shows at least 3 million shipwrecks are lying across ocean floors around the planet. In addition to being important sites of cultural interest, these historical monuments contribute significantly to a healthy marine ecosystem, and also support the growing recreational dive tourism industry. Nature of Casualty. Abandoned after trapped in ice, in and found burned by Inupiaq Eskimos. Tornfelt, Evert E., Burwell, Michael, Shipwrecks of the Alaskan Shelf and Shore, U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Alaska OCS Region, The Bringhampton Republican publishes the following private letter from Capt.
The Wreck of the Neva as Narrated in the Description of the Unfortunate Shipwreck of the Frigate Neva of the Russian-American Company by V.N. Berkh, and The Loss of the Russian-American Company Ship Neva on the Northwestern Shore of America Near Cape Edgecumbe by V.M. Golovin. Berkh, V.N. and Golovnin, V.M. “Shipwrecks of the Alaskan Shelf and Shore,” by Evert E. Tornfelt and Michael Burwell “Land of Ocean Mists,” by Francis E. Caldwell “Can’t Find Fish Boat,” Daily Alaska Dispatch, Nov. 11, .
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Many lack enough information and others will take further research. Shipwrecks. “For God’s sake come we are sinking” was the final message sent from the steamship Princess Sophia. On Octoin a blinding snowstorm, the Sophia struck Vanderbilt Reef on her way from Skagway to Juneau. Extreme weather conditions and high seas thwarted rescue efforts, and the ship went down with passengers.
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Alaska OCS Region.] -- This comprehensive list of shipwrecks occurring in Alaskan waters from to the pre-World War II era, is arranged by Alaska Outer Continental Shelf Region lease-sale planning area (for oil.
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Inthe steamship Farallon ran aground in Cook Inlet, stranding the crew and passengers on the barren shore. Lloyd brings to life the riveting tale of these hardy seafaring men who survivde hunger and despair under brutal circumstances.
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(info. included on Northern Shipwrecks Database CD) For Alaska, Shipwrecks of the Alaskan Shelf and Shore () by U.S. Department of the Interior is an academic inventory of more than 1, Alaskan shipwrecks. Get this from a library. Shipwrecks of the Alaskan shelf and shore. [Evert E Tornfelt; Michael Burwell; United States.
Minerals Management Service. Alaska OCS Region.]. Tornfelt, Evert E. & Michael Burwell. SHIPWRECKS OF THE ALASKAN SHELF AND SHORE. U.S. Department of the Interior Minerals Management Service Alaska OCS Region.
4to, 14 pages; Softcover; OCS Report MMS ; Tables: Table 2 Vital Statistics pp; Table 3 Tonnage, Crew and Passenger Numbers, Losses and Vessel Values 52pp; Table 4: Cargo. Octo SS Princess Sophia sank in Alaska with all + on board. It is the worst and deadliest shipwreck in Alaska history.
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The Farallon Steamship Disaster was the wreck of a wooden Alaska Steamship Company passenger liner, SS Farallon, that hit Black Reef in Cook Inlet in the Territory of Alaska on 5 January All on board evacuated to a nearby island, where most had to survive for a month in a mid-winter climate.Medium-Wood Bookcases.
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