SHIPWRECKS OF CAPE COD: Stories of Tragedy and Triumph
From the wreck of the Sparrow-Hawk in 1626 to the grounding of the Eldia in 1984, Cape Cod's outer beach--often referred to as the "Graveyard of Ships"--saw the demise of more than three thousand vessels along forty miles of shifting shoals. Wilding revisits these and many other maritime disasters, along with the heroic, and sometimes tragic, rescue efforts. Photos.
Publisher: History Press
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 4831497