THE WRECK OF THE PORTLAND: A Doomed Ship, a Violent Storm, and New England's Worst Maritime Disaster
This is the true account of the Portland, one of New England's largest and most luxurious paddle steamers. In November 1898, a perfect storm formed off the New England coast. Conditions would produce a blizzard with 100 mile per hour winds and 60 foot waves. The ship, with some 200 people on board was never seen again. Photos.
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Item #: 3250679
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