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Category: Sunken History and Maritime Treasures

Remarkable Men - Part 3: Join in the continuation to learn about the heroic measures the Pointe aux Barques life-saving crew took to save the lighthouse and the station from...

Remarkable Men - Part 1: Imagine having U.S. Presidents shaking your hand; gold and silver medals bestowed upon you; the Indian, Geronimo, riding in your boat; you’re staging deadly raids...

Remarkable Men Part 4: Join in the continuation to learn about the heroic efforts exerted by the lifesaving crew to not only save the station from burning during the...

Emma L. Nielsen - Part 2: Continued from last month. While Judy helped me suit up, our boat drifted away from the wreck site. When I was ready, she went up on...

Emma L. Nielsen: Many ships met their tragic fate, and lie on the bottom of Lake Huron, off Michigan’s Thumb. Some of them are within sight of the...

Remarkable Men - Part 5:   Join in the continuation to learn about the heroic actions of Captain Henry Gill and his life-saving crew as they time and again saved the...

Hydrus: The steamer Hydrus was originally christened the R.E. Schuck and was owned by the Gilchrest Transportation Company when she launched at the American Shipbuilding yards...

Remarkable Men - Part 6: Join in the continuation as Captain Henry Gill – now in charge of the Grindstone City Life-Saving Station – along with his crew are commended...

Remarkable Men - Part 7: Join in the conclusion to learn more about the heroics of Henry Gill, Jr. and his crew. The following is an extract from the Port Austin...

The Bell P-39Q Airacobra:   Filled with patriotic zeal and ready to serve their country in the war efforts, 2nd Lt. Frank H. Moody and three other fighter pilots skimmed...