Carter and the Erie Belle, The

DESCRIPTION: "In the late month of November upon a low'ring day The schooner called Carter stood across the Georgian Bay." On the last trip of the season, a storm blows up; they go aground. The tug Erie Belle tries to help, but its boiler explodes; the crew is killed
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1934 (collected from Dave Remington and others by Walton)
KEYWORDS: ship death
HISTORICAL REFERENCES:
Nov 1883 - The _J. N. Carte_r grounding and _Erie Belle_ explosion
FOUND IN: Canada(Ont)
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Walton/Grimm/Murdock, pp. 226-227, "The Carter and the Erie Belle" (1 text)
File: WGM226

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