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by Michael Barnette


Florida's Shipwrecks (Images of America: Florida) Paperback – September 8, 2008.

Florida's Shipwrecks (Images of America: Florida) Paperback – September 8, 2008. by Michael Barnette (Author). He has dived on numerous historic shipwrecks, including the ironclad USS Monitor, the liner Andrea Doria, the battleship USS Virginia, and the HMHS Britannic, a sister ship of the fabled RMS Titanic.

Florida's Shipwrecks is a 2008 history book by Michael C. Barnette about shipwrecks in the coastal waters of Florida. He applies this knowledge and passion for wrecks to this overview of shipwrecks around Florida.

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The Sunshine State has a rich maritime history spanning more than five centuries. The photographs are a "truly amazing" collection.

Book's title: Florida's shipwrecks Michael Barnette. Library of Congress Control Number: 2008921895. Formatted Contents Note: After the storm River of gold Coursing waters Legacy of war That sinking feeling. Rubrics: Shipwrecks Florida Pictorial works. Download now Florida's shipwrecks Michael Barnette. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

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The Sunshine State has a rich maritime history spanning more than five centuries. Tragically, part of that history includes thousands of ships that have met their fates in Florida waters. Potentially more than 5,000 shipwrecks reside off Florida’s 1,200 miles of coastline, with hundreds more lost in the state’s interior rivers. In and of itself, the Florida Keys archipelago, consisting of approximately 1,700 islands stretching 200 miles, is littered with the remains of close to 1,000 shipwrecks. In fact, many features of the Florida Keys were named after various shipwreck events, such as Fowey Rocks, which earned its name after the 1748 wrecking of the British warship HMS Fowey, and Alligator Reef, where the schooner USS Alligator met her demise in 1822. Florida’s Shipwrecks utilizes captivating images to illustrate dramatic stories of danger and peril at sea, introducing readers to a fascinating cross-section of Florida’s shipwreck history.
Kegal
Good book for the shipwreck lover's library, but it does not go into too much detail though about each wreck. I am sure some of the shipwrecks have very little details out there. If you are interested in early shipwrecks, such as the 1733 or 1715 fleets, they will not be covered in detail in this book. I thought they might be, then I read the title and was like "dough". If the shipwreck is early enough to have its picture taken, ad it happened in Florida, it might be in this book. If the camera wasn't invented yet, and the ship wrecked in Florida, it will not be in this book! The book is a great way to learn a little Florida history and how different times must have been back then.
Tiainar
Barney has prepared a great primer for divers and non-divers alike seeking history and facts about Florida shipwrecks. Very informative, lots of basic information. This book is a great starting point for researching Florida's many wrecks. The only drawback is the lack of GPS locations. But as a diver, I understand why these weren't included.
tref
I ordered this book for my fiance who is a boat captain. We originally saw the book for sale at the St. Augustine Lighthouse gift shop, but at a high price. I purchased it on Amazon at a fraction of the cost and received it in great condition. I have already been told repeatedly how wonderful the book is and how much he enjoys it. Thank you!
Florida's Shipwrecks (Images of America: Florida) ebook
Author:
Michael Barnette
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Americas
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Arcadia Publishing (September 8, 2008)
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128 pages
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4.3
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