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Title: Wreck and sinking of the Titanic : the ocean’s greatest disaster : a graphic and thrilling account of the sinking of the greatest floating palace ever built, carrying down to watery graves more than 1,500 souls : giving exciting excape from death and acts of heroism not equalled in ancient or modern times, told by the survivors ; edited by Marshall Everett
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Everett, Marshall
Subjects: Titanic (Steamship) Shipwrecks
Publisher: [S.l. : L.H. Walter]
Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Brigham Young University
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A Cross Section of the Titanic, Showing the Numerous Decks 207 CHAPTER XXIII GREAT MARINE DISASTERS IN RECENT YEARS 1866, January 11—Steamer London on its way toMelbourne, foundered in the Bay of Biscay; 220lives lost. 1866, October 3—Steamer Evening Star from NewYork to New Orleans, foundered; 250 lives lost. 1867, October 29—Royal Mail steamers Rhone andWye, and about 50 other vessels driven ashore andwrecked at St. Thomas, West Indies, by a hurri-cane; 1,000 lives lost. 1873, January 22—British steamer Northfleet sunk incollision off Dungeness; 300 lives lost. 1873, November 23—White Star liner Atlantic wreckedoff Nova Scotia; 547 lives lost. 1875, May 7—Hamburg mail steamer Schiller wreckedin fog on Scilly isles, 200 lives lost. 1875, November 4—American steamer Pacific in col-lision thirty miles southwest of Cape Flattery; 236lives lost. 1878, March 24—British training ship Eurydice, afrigate, foundered near the Isle of Wight; 300 liveslost. 208
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