by Alan Jeffers and Rob Gordon.
The worldwide fascination for Titanic is nowhere more evident than in the lovely port of Halifax, the city in the province of Nova Scotia that holds the remnants of the great ship’s tragic end. This book presents dramatic stories using many illustrations of those who didn’t survive, details the efforts made from Halifax to gather and bury the dead, her role in maintaining and storing those artifacts and tells previously little-known accounts such as the “Unknown Child.”.
This pocket-sized volume in full color includes a guided tour with maps and photographs of the city’s many Titanic sites, just what visitors need to find their way around. A handy and compact book for the traveler yet comprehensive with its overall coverage.
Softcover. 94 pages.