As many of you know, the 2018 Michigan Lighthouse Festival will be coming to Paradise, Michigan this coming August 3, 4 and 5, 2018! Join the Great Lakes Shipwreck Historical Society/Whitefish Point Light-Station, Crisp Point Lighthouse and Iroquois Point Lighthouse for this special event, coming to the Eastern Upper Peninsula for the first time!… Read More...
The Shipwreck Society is pleased to announce to its members and visitors that the 2018 Summer Appeal has opened! This annual fundraiser is a campaign to support Historic Preservation and Capital Improvement work for the Society, where the year-end Annual Appeal is oriented to seeking contributions for operational funding.… Read More...
Frank Mays, survivor of the tragic 1958 sinking of the Carl D. Bradley will sign his book, If We Make It ’till Daylight at the Shipwreck Coast Museum Store, Whitefish Point.
Frank is today the only living survivor of a major Great Lakes Shipwreck and is one of the most fascinating people the Shipwreck Society has ever known. His shipwreck is well-detailed in his book, and he invites questions from visitors. A genuine survivor in the most literal sense of the word, Frank credits a positive attitude among many things that keep him going.… Read More...
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- Frank Mays Presentation and Book signing - Friday, July 13, 14 and 15, 2018