That S A Dangerous Coastline, Too Around Catalina We Don T Want To Venture Too Close To The Shore In This Wind On The Night Of December 6, 1926, During A Blinding Snowstorm, A Schooner Out Of Port Nelson, Bonavista Bay, Newfoundland, Ran Into The Rugged Cliffs Just North Of Little Catalina Of The Nine Crew Members, Seven Men And One Woman Perished, While One Man, The Captain S Son, Astonishingly Survived This Is The Amazing True Story Of The Ella M Rudolph And Her Crew 10 On The Globe And Mail History Bestseller List October 10, 2009. The story of how the Rudolph was built, how she ended up out in a winter storm, and to some extent why she was shipwrecked, is an enticing one The Telegram An extensively researched account WoodenBoat This is a book that would be of interest to high school students, and particularly to those studying life in the outports of Newfoundland, during the first half of the last century For those engaged in the principles of
I really loved reading this book as I learned about another part of my own cultural history This story is the tragic tale of the Ella M Rudolph and its end It s worth reading about, with its shipwreck and tale of survival with Duke Blackwood Any lover of sea stories and shipwreck
On the night of December 6 , 1926 , during a blinding snowstorm a schooner out of Port Nelson , Bonvista Bay , Newfie , ran into the rugged cliffs just north of Little Catalina Of the nine crew members , seven men and one women perished , while one man , the captain,s son , astonishingly su
interesting bit or newfoundland s maritime history Pleasant read.
- 225 pages
- The Blackwood Schooner: The Story of the Ella M. Rudolph
- Bruce Stagg
- 06 April 2019 Bruce Stagg