Children of the Sea: The Story of the Eyemouth Disaster

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Dundurn, 2001 - 258 pages
Recounting the remarkable story of a village on the margins of the sea and at the edge of the country, this book describes how 180 men drowned in a single afternoon in Scotland’s worst fishing disaster 120 years ago, decimating the coastal community of Ey
 

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Contents

She is called not Lucky
27
Jacobites and Brethren
47
Ministers Men Merchants and the
71
5
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6
96
7
102
The Gathering Storm
115
8
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10
167
11
180
12
197
Draped in Mourning
208
Children of the
232
Bibliography
238
Index
246
Copyright

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Peter Aitchison is a News Producer for the BBC.

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