All Hands Lost: The Sinking of the Nova Scotia Gypsum Freighter Novadoc

by Henshaw, Blain

CAD $17.95

Loaded with four thousand tons of gypsum, the SS "Novadoc" left the Bay of Fundy’s Annapolis Basin in March 1947 and sailed into the path of a brewing storm. When the ship foundered off Portland, Maine, a few days later, all 24 crew members aboard-included 13 Nova Scotians-drowned. Blaine Henshaw, a journalist and broadcaster raised in Nova Scotia, examines the history of the Captain Allan Vallis and Paterson Shipping, and turns a critical eye on the investigation into the ship’s loss.

ISBN 10: 189742678X
ISBN 13: 9781897426784
Pages: 126
Published: 2016
Format: softcover
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