Cape Sable in Nova Scotia has been the scene of many hundreds of shipwrecks over the centuries. According to one reliable chronicler of the days of sail, that number is close to 340. I remember the story of one such wreck that stands out for the extraordinary tale of suffering and survival it contains. We will tell the tale of the wreck of the schooner Cod Seeker, which went down on May 9, 1877.
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