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Drifting into Doom
Tragedy at Sea
by Earl Pilgrim

Drifting into Doom by Earl Pilgrim

ISBN 978-1-926689-06-7
239 pages

Price: CDN$18.95

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In January 1883, Howard Blackburn, a Nova Scotia native fishing out of Gloucester, Mass. and his dory mate Thomas Welsh, a 16-year old from Grand Bank, Newfoundland went adrift from their schooner, the Grace L. Fears while fishing off the Burgeo Banks. Five days after their ordeal began, a barely alive Howard rode ashore at Little River (now Grey River) on Newfoundland's south coast. Tommy was dead. In Drifting into Danger Earl Pilgrim tells a gripping story of tragedy and survival, including the heroic efforts of Aunt Jenny Lushman, Susie Brushney, and all the people of Grey River who did all they could to save Howard's life.

About the Author
Newfoundland and Labrador's favourite storyteller will keep you spellbound with this latest tale.

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