Joe A. Mobley
Recounts events leading to the establishment of twenty-nine lifesaving stations along North Carolina’s treacherous coastline and the role of their gallant lifesavers in the state’s maritime history. Included are dramatic accounts of numerous shipwrecks and the daring rescues of their victims.
More than 75 photographs, engravings, and maps illustrate the text.
Paperbound. Pp. 197. Illus. Index. (3rd printing, 2010) (t)