Wreck of the Carl D: a true story of loss, survival, and rescue at sea
By the author of Mighty Fitz, the dramatic account of the sinking of the Carl D. Bradley on Lake Michigan, published on the fiftieth anniversary of the wreck.
At approximately 5:30 P.M. on November 18, 1958, the Carl D. Bradley, a 623-foot limestone carrier caught in one of the most violent storms in Lake Michigan history, snapped in two and sank within minutes. Four of the thirty-five man crew escaped to a small raft, where they hung on in total darkness, braving massive waves and frigid temperatures. As the storm raged on, a search-and-rescue mission hunted for survivors, while the frantic citizens of nearby Rogers City, the tiny Michigan hometown to twenty-six members of the Bradley crew, anxiously awaited word of their loved ones' fates.
In Wreck of the Carl D., Michael Schumacher reconstructs, in dramatic detail, the tragic accident, the perilous search-and-rescue mission, and the chilling aftermath for the small town so intimately affected by the tragedy. A fitting tribute to a powerful ship, the men who died aboard it, and the town that still mourns its loss, Schumacher's compelling follow up to Mighty Fitz is a wonderful addition to the literature of the Great Lakes and maritime history.
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|Grouping Title||wreck of the carl d a true story of loss survival and rescue at sea|
|Grouping Author||schumacher michael|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-11-07 15:50:51PM|
|Last Indexed||2019-11-13 04:44:57AM|
|author||Schumacher, Michael, 1950-|
|detailed_location_arlington||Central Adult Nonfiction|
|owning_library_arlington||Arlington Public Library|
Connection Crystal City
|subject_facet||Shipwrecks -- Michigan, Lake|
Survival -- Michigan, Lake
|title_display||Wreck of the Carl D. : a true story of loss, survival, and rescue at sea|
|title_full||Wreck of the Carl D. : a true story of loss, survival, and rescue at sea / Michael Schumacher|
|title_short||Wreck of the Carl D|
|title_sub||a true story of loss, survival, and rescue at sea|