Eastland

legacy of the Titanic

By Hilton, George Woodman

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ISBN
978-0-80472-291-9
Publisher
Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1995.


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Library Journal

Reviewed on April 15, 1995

Irony and tragedy combine in this account of America's worst marine disaster. The Eastland was a Great Lakes excursion vessel that capsized while moored on the Chicago River, killing more than 800 people. The subtitle of this book is particularly telling, since following the loss of the Titanic a nationwide "boats for all" movement occurred. In anticipation of legis...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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