THE LOST STORY OF THE WILLIAM & MARY: The Cowardice of Captain Stinson
Instead of grounding his ship on a nearby shore, American born captain Timothy Stinson and his crew sneaked away in lifeboats killing at least two of the 208 immigrant passengers left on board the wrecked ship William & Mary in 1853 in the Bahamas. After being rescued by kindly wreckers, the passengers who survived the shipwreck escaped to tell the real story. Illus.
Publisher: Pen & Sword
Item #: 3878503
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