Greenland Disaster (III -- Miscellaneous), The

DESCRIPTION: Catchall entry, for all poems about the Greenland Tragedy not covered by the other pieces on the subject. The Greenland goes to the ice, and 48 men are frozen or lost as a heavy storm traps them away from the ship
AUTHOR: various, some unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1898 (variiuus poems in the Harbour Grace Standard)
KEYWORDS: storm disaster death hunting
HISTORICAL REFERENCES:
Mar 21, 1898 - Greenland disaster
FOUND IN:
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Ryan/Small, p. 53, "Written in Memory of the 48 Men Who Lost Their Lives in the S. S. Greenland Sealing Disaster of Monday, March 21st, 1898 (4)"; p. 54, "The Greenland Disaster (5)"; pp. 55-56, "The Greenland Disaster (6)"; pp. 57-58, "The Greenland Disaster (7)" (4 texts)
CROSS-REFERENCES:
cf. "The Greenland Disaster (I)" (subject)
cf. "The Greenland Disaster (II -- Sad Comes the News)" (subject)
NOTES: The poems cited here are not one piece, but I've lumped them because there are so many of them, none traditional. These pieces are to be strongly distinguished from The Greenland Disaster (I) and (II), which *are* traditional. - RBW
File: RySm052

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