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Wreck of the William Brown : A True Tale of Overcrowded Life Boats and Murder at Sea. 1st in dj.

By: KOCH, Tom

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Douglas & McIntyre, Vancouver, 2003, ISBN:1550549367:

Seller ID: 58591


KOCH, Tom. The Wreck of the William Brown: A True Tale of Overcrowded Life Boats and Murder at Sea. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, (2003). First Printing. Pp. (6),[vii]-ix,(1),[1]-213,(1). Illustrations to text. 8vo, black cloth. This is an exposé on one of the many "coffin ships,” the William Brown, that were used to transport emigrants from Britain and Europe to America in the nineteenth century. With ship's list of passengers and crew aboard the vessel. "When the sailing ship William Brown hit an iceberg, it set off a series of compelling events: a shipwreck, overcrowded lifeboat... View more info

Wreck of the William Brown

By: KOCH, Tom

Price: $10.00

Publisher: International Marine/McGraw Hill, Camden, Maine, 2004, ISBN:0071456317:

Seller ID: 75723


KOCH, Tom. The Wreck of the William Brown: A True Tale of Overcrowded Lifeboats and Murder at Sea. Camden, Maine: International Marine/McGraw-Hill, (2004). Pp (i)-ix,[1],1-213,[3]. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated card covers. "Seventy-one years before the loss of the Titanic, another ship sank in almost the same spot after striking an iceberg at maximum speed. Three-quartersof the 65 passengers - poor, mostly Irish emigrants - were lost, including at least fourteen who were thrown overboard from a lifeboat to lighten it. Not a single sailor died. When the tragedy of the William Brown threate... View more info

Journal of Education, Sixth Series, Volume 2, Number 1, Fall, 1974.

By: Nova Scotia - Journal of Education SODHI, S.S. KOCH, Tom ELLIOTT, Shirley B.

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Department of Education, Halifax , 1974,:

Seller ID: 86971


(Journal of Education). Journal of Education, Sixth Series, Volume 2, Number 1, Fall, 1974. Halifax: Department of Education, 1974. Pp 1-44. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated blue stapled card covers. Contents : The Open-Plan Program at Harbour View: An Interview with Jacob Risk, Principal, Harbour View School Dartmouth; Nova Scotians and Their Schools: An Extract from the Report of the Graham Commission; Psycho-Social Aspects of the “Exceptional” Child (by S.S. Sodhi); Rewriting Your Way to the Top (by Tom Koch); Novascotiana LXXIII: Impressions of Halifax, 1854 (by Shirley B. ... View more info