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final voyage of the Central America, 1857

Normand E. Klare

final voyage of the Central America, 1857

the saga of a gold rush steamship, the tragedy of her loss in a hurricane, and the treasure which is now recovered

by Normand E. Klare

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Published by Arthur H. Clark Co. in Spokane, Wash .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Central America (Ship),
    • Voyages to the Pacific Coast,
    • Steamboat disasters -- United States -- History -- 19th century

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [261]-267) and index.

      Statementby Normand E. Klare.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF864 .K59 1992
      The Physical Object
      Pagination278 p. :
      Number of Pages278
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1573659M
      ISBN 100870622102
      LC Control Number91071134

      In September of , he was the First Mate, second in command, and paymaster on the steamship S.S. Central America. “The US Mail Steamship Company owned the S.S Central America, which was a three masted side-wheeled steamship that carried passengers, mail and gold shipments from Panama to . The final voyage of the SS Central America Ashland, Oregon: Klare Taylor Publishers. ISBN X. Levy, JoAnn [] (). They saw the elephant: women in the California Gold Rush. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. ISBN Owens, Kenneth N. (ed.) (). Riches for all: the California Gold Rush and the world.

      The Final Voyage of the Central America #C Latil, Pierre de and Jean Rivoire, Sunken Treasure #C Link, Marion, Sea Diver - The Quest for History Under the Sea #C Lyon, Eugene, The Search for the Atocha #C Martin, Colin, Full Fathom Five - Wrecks of the Spanish Armada #C The book flips back and forth between a historical account of the SS Central America's final journey, and modern day efforts to recover the lost ship. Gary Kinder's extensive research and subsequent account of the SS Central America reads like a high-suspense thriller.

      The story of the final voyage of the SS Central America (), the saga of a gold rush steamship, the tragedy of her loss in a hurricane off the North Carolina coast, and the treasure which is. This book describes the wreck of the Grosvenor off the coast of South Africa in , the desperate trek of the survivors to civilization, and the various salvage efforts. Pedigreed to the Tom.


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Klare. SS Central America, known as the Ship of Gold, was a foot (85 m) sidewheel steamer that operated between Central America and the eastern coast of the United States during the s.

She was originally named the SS George Law, after Mr. George Law of New York. The ship sank in a hurricane in Septemberalong with of her passengers and crew pounds (14, kg) of Crew: Captain William Lewis Herndon, First. Get this from a library.

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The Final Voyage of the Central America The Ship of Gold The Voyage. CHAPTER III By Normand E. Klare. While Captain Herndon and his crew sailed from New York, Augon the Central America's forty-fourth trip, more than four hundred people in the western city of San Francisco purchased tickets for departure, the same date, on the steamship Sonora, destined for Panama and transfer to.

The final voyage of the Central America, the saga of a gold rush steamship, the tragedy of her loss in a hurricane, and the treasure which is now recovered / by Normand E. Klare. Format Book Published Spokane, Wash.: Arthur H.

Clark Co., Description p.: ill. ; 24 cm. Notes. Hurricane of September And The Wreck Of The Central America (All items are from the New-York Daily Times of ) Monday, Septem New-Orleans, Saturday, Sept.

The steamship Philadelphia, from New-York on the 2d inst., via Havana, crossed the bar this morning. OnChristopher Columbus set out on his fourth and final voyage to the New World with a fleet of four ships. His mission was to explore uncharted areas to the west of the Caribbean in hopes of finding a passage to the Orient.

While Columbus did explore parts of southern Central America, his ships disintegrated during the voyage, leaving Columbus and his men stranded.

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The Voyage. CHAPTER III By Normand E. Klare. While Captain Herndon and his crew sailed from New York, Augon the Central America's forty-fourth trip, more than four hundred people in the western city of San Francisco purchased tickets for departure, the same date, on the steamship Sonora, destined for Panama and transfer to.

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An Incredible Discovery The SS Central America was given the nickname “Ship of Gold” for her famous cargo: tons of gold coins, as well as raw nuggets from the California Gold in — years after her final voyage—some of that treasure was finally discovered. More than 7, gold coins were recovered but there was still more to be found.

Chronicles the final voyage of the SS Central America, as it sank off the Carolina coast inand explains the recent technology used to recover the ship and the twenty-one tons of gold that sank with it.The fourth voyage and final years. The winter and spring of –02 were exceedingly busy. The four chosen ships were bought, fitted, and crewed, and some 20 of Columbus’s extant letters and memoranda were written then, many in exculpation of Bobadilla’s charges, others pressing even harder the nearness of the Earthly Paradise and the need to reconquer Jerusalem.While not numismatic in nature, the book is a highly readable account of both the ship and its sinking, and the high adventure of salvaging its treasure, which lay undisturbed for years, 8, feet deep off the coast of South Carolina.

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