Saturday, October 3, 2015

The Titanic and other Naval Disasters - 50 Rare Books on CDrom

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Books Scanned from the Originals into PDF format - For a list of all of my digital books click here

Books are in the public domain. I will take checks or money orders as well.

Contents of Disk (created on a Windows computer):

Titanic, by Filson Young 1912

THE WRECK OF THE TITAN - Futility, by Morgan Robertson 1888 (this is the book that was written decades before the Titanic, a fictional story of a maiden voyage about a transatlantic luxury liner named the Titan. Although it was promoted as being unsinkable, it strikes an iceburg and sinks with much loss of life. (Sound familiar?) (3 different editions of this book included)

An Unsinkable Titanic by JB Walker 1912

Titanic Disaster (Senate Hearing) 1912

Sinking of the "Titanic," most appalling Ocean Horror by JH Mowbray 1912

The Loss of the SS Titanic - its story and its Lessons by Lawrence Beesley 1912

The Truth about the Titanic by Archibald Gracie 1913

In Memoriam, the Titanic Disaster by HR Woodman 1913

Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic; the ocean's greatest disaster by Henry Neil 1912

The Wreck of the Titanic - a Poem by Horace Greeley 1913

Experts on the Titanic Wreck, article in The Literary digest 1912

The Loss of the Steamship Titanic, article in Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen's magazine 1912

Harold Bride's Story of the Sinking of the Titanic, article in Writing of today: models of journalistic prose, selected and discussed 1915

Sixteen Boats and a Quiet Sea, several articles in The Outlook 1912

Telling the Tale of the Titanic, several articles in The Independent 1912

The Greatest of Marine Disasters, article in Engineering News 1912

What the Wireless Told (Titanic), article in Popular Electricity and the World's Advance 1912

The Tragedy of the Titanic and its Lesson, article in The American review of reviews 1912

Some of the Legal Aspects of the Titanic Disaster, article in Bench and Bar 1913

Problems Growing out of the Titanic Disasster, article in The American Mercantile Marine 1915

Titanic Tribute to the Deep, article in Machinists' monthly journal 1912

Notes on Life and Letters By Joseph Conrad 1921 (SOME REFLECTIONS ON THE LOSS OF THE TITANIC)

British Resentment of our Titanic Inquiry, a series of articles in Current Opinion 1912

On Safety of Life at Sea, article in The Edinburgh Review 1912

Plus You Get:

The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket by Edgar Allen Poe 1838
"Another eerie coincidence: One scene in this fictional book visits a whaling ship lost at sea, taking with it all but 4 crewmen. Out of food, the men drew lots to see who would be eaten, the unfortunate decision landing on a young cabin boy named Richard Parker (and here it gets really weird)....46 years later there was an actual disaster at sea involving the Mignonette wherein the men drew lots and decided to eat their cabin boy...a boy named Richard Parker."

Mysteries of the Sea by John Spears (Flying Dutchman, Mary Celeste, article in Munsey's magazine 1905)

The Mystery of the Mary Celeste, article in The Overland Monthly 1906 (The Mary Celeste was an American brigantine merchant ship famous for having been discovered in the Atlantic Ocean unmanned and apparently abandoned, despite the fact that the weather was fine and her crew had been experienced and able seamen. The Mary Celeste was in seaworthy condition and still under sail heading toward the Strait of Gibraltar. She had been at sea for a month and had over six months' worth of food and water on board. Her cargo was virtually untouched and the personal belongings of passengers and crew were still in place, including valuables. The crew was never seen or heard from again. Their disappearance is often cited as the greatest maritime mystery of all time.)

The Captain of the Polestar (fictional work by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle where Doyle gives his version of what happened on the Mary Celeste) 1912

The Mystery of the Marie Celeste, article in Yachting magazine 1914

The Case of the Mary Celeste, article in Chambers's journal 1904

Famous Mysteries - Curious and Fantastic Riddles of Human Life by John E Watkins 1919 (Mysteries of the Sea, Mary Celeste)

The Tragic Story of the Empress of Ireland, an authentic account of the most horrible disaster in Canadian history constructed from the real facts obtained from those on board who survived and other great sea disasters by Logan Marshall 1914 (1012 lives lost)

Tales of Shipwrecks and other Disasters at Sea by Thomas Bingley 1850

Memorable Shipwrecks and Seafaring Adventures of the 19th century by JF Layson 1907

Remarkable Voyages and Shipwrecks - being a popular collection of extraordinary and authentic Sea Narratives relating to all parts of the globe by GW Barrington 1888

Remarkable Shipwrecks - A collection of interesting accounts of naval disasters 1813 (poor quality book)

The Lusitania's Last Voyage by Charles Lauriat 1915

The Grave of the Lusitania by HI Phillips 1918

The Tragedy of the Lusitania by F Ellis 1915

The "Lusitania" Case by Albert Henschel 1915

The Death Ship, a Strange Story - an Account of a Cruise in The Flying Dutchman, by William Clark Russell 1888

The Phantom Ship by Captain Marryat 1839

The Ghost Ship and other Stories by Richard Middleton 1913

Phantoms of the Deep - Legends and superstitions of the sea and of sailors 1903

Legends and Superstitions of the sea and of sailors by F Bassett 1885

The Mystery of the "Ocean Star" by William Clark Russell 1888

The Mystery of the USS Cyclops, article in Santa Fe Magazine 1920

Loss of the Sultana and Reminiscences of Survivors. History of a disaster where over one thousand five hundred human beings were lost, most of them being exchanged prisoners of war on their way home, by Chester Berry 1892

The Mariner's Chronicle, containing narratives of the most Remarkable Disasters at sea, such as Shipwrecks, storms, Fires, and Famines by A Duncan 1834

Lost Ships and Lonely Seas by Ralph Paine 1921

Thrilling Narratives of Mutiny, Murder and Piracy - a weird series of tales of shipwreck and disaster by New York : Hurst & Co. 1800's

The Book of Buried Treasure - being a true history of the Gold, Jewels, and plate of Pirates, Galleons, which are sought for to this day by Ralph Paine 1922

Ancient and Modern Ships by George Holmes 1906 part 1

Ancient Ships by Cecil Tor 1895

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