Preface Prologue, November 5, 1913 Wednesday, November 5 Thursday, November 6 Friday, November 7 Saturday, November 8 Sunday Morning and Midday, November 9 Sunday Afternoon, November 9 Sunday Evening, November 9--Lake Huron Sunday Evening, November 9--Lake Erie Monday, November 10 Cleveland, Ohio Tuesday, November 11 Wednesday, November 12 Thursday, November 13 Friday, November 14 Saturday, November 15 November 1913 Aftermath Summer 1986 Appendix 1. Captain Lyons' Letter Appendix 2. Lake Lore Bibliography Acknowledgments Index
David G. Brown holds a U.S. Coast Guard Master's License, 100 Gross Tons, with Commercial Assistance Towing and Auxiliary Sail endorsements. He has served as the captain of a high-speed ferry serving the Lake Erie islands from Port Clinton, Ohio. Brown is an instructor for North Coast Marine Services, a firm specializing in safety risk assessment, crew training and license instruction. He has also been employed as a boatbuilder and repairer, and for 17 years was a television news producer, writing and producing more than 1,500 hours of news/documentary scripts and receiving an Emmy award for his coverage of the Agent Orange story in 1979.
A riveting, well researched account of the worst Great Lakes storm on record. A fascinating read. - Inland Seas: Quarterly Journal of the Great Lakes Historical Society; Brings history to life in a book as readable as any novel. - Good Old Boat; A great read. - Grand Rapids Press