Isle Royale Books
Shipwrecks of Isle Royale National Park: the Archeological Survey
Within the Boundaries of Michigan's Isle Royale National Park lie the remains of some of the nation's most famous shipwrecks. Lake Superior's icy water have perfectly preserved historic vessels like the America, Emporer, Kamlooks, George M. Cox, Glenlyon, Monarch, Cumerland, Henry Chisholm, and the Chester A. Congdon. More than 100 color and black-and-white pictures, drawings and detailed underwater archeological blueprints of the wrecks.
Diaries of an Isle Royale Fisherman
out of stock
A glimpse of a way of life -- spanning two decades -- that doesn't exist anymore, on Isle Royale or anywhere else.
A Good Boat Speaks for Itself - out of stock
A story of Isle Royale fishermen and their boats. Isle Royale, now a national park renowned for its isolation and untamed natural beauty, was once home to a vibrant fishing community. Full of historical photographs and diagrams of now derelict watercraft.
Isle Royale: a Photographic History
out of stock
A treasure trove of old photographs documenting all aspects of life on Isle Royale between 1868 and 1951.
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