Nor'Easter Uncovers Cape Cod Shipwreck
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Two back to back storms in the last week have created a lot of erosion on the New England coast. Here on Nauset Beach in Orleans, MA the schooner Montclair was once again uncovered. The ship was a three-masted cargo vessel that broke apart on the outer bars in March 1927 as it was bound from Halifax, Nova Scotia to New York. Five men died in the icy, storm-churned waters.
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Also by Christopher Seufert
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