Great Atlantic adventures by Edward Rowe Snow
New York: Dodd, Mead & Co. 1970. Hardcover. 272 pages ; illustrations ; 22 cm. Inscribed by Edward Snow. Price clipped dust jacket. No markings to pages. Binding is firm.
GREAT ATLANTIC ADVENTURES
Edward Rowe Snow
NEW ENGLAND'S master teller of nautical tales here presents a new and exciting collection of stories. Mr. Snow's wide-ranging interests lead him to an account of die Puritans at Plymouth Rock, to talcs of modern treasure hunters in Bermuda, to the story of America's first naval engagement at the Battle of Chelsea Creek, and to an account of what really happened on the day the Queen Mary sank a British cruiser. Among many unusual stories are a short history of Cape Cod's crumbling cliffs and the true tale of a derelict vessel manned by a strange and silent crew of skeletons. Included also are amazing accounts of sunken galleons and hidden treasure, dramatic tales of shipwreck and salvage, and remarkable stories of the natural and supernatural.
Mr. Snow's many followers will be delighted with this rich and surprising collection of great adventures.
Edward Rowe Snow is the author of True Tales and Curious Legends, Fantastic Folklore and Fact, and many other popular books. He lives in Marshfield, Massachusetts.
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