Unforgiving Coast Maritime Disasters of the Pacific Northwest

Unforgiving Coast Maritime Disasters of the Pacific Northwest
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  • Comments: Trade Paperback in Very Good Condition. Bright, clean wraps, solid binding. Former owner name label on corner of first page. Highlighted text on a dozen pages with a few check marks by some text. Pages quite clean and otherwise unmarked. B/w photographs. A penetrating look into nine catastrophes focusing on the unique, the inexplicable, the heroic and the tragic elements that make them remarkable. He tries to explain not just what happened in each disaster, but how and why it happened. 214 pages with Notes

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  • ISBN-13: 9780870715419
  • ISBN: 0870715410
  • Edition: 1
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Publisher: Oregon State University Press


Grover, David H.


David Grover is a historian and writer who has published several books and dozens of articles on maritime history. In addition, he is a former Commander in the Naval Reserve and chief mate in the merchant marine. He lives in Napa, CaliforniaGrover, David H. is the author of 'Unforgiving Coast Maritime Disasters of the Pacific Northwest', published 2002 under ISBN 9780870715419 and ISBN 0870715410.

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