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title The Last Survivor
creator Greenhill, Basil
subject Island Magazine
subject Prince Edward Island Museum
description <p align="left"> </p><p align="left"><font size="3" face="Times-Italic"><font size="3" face="Times-Italic"></font></font><p><font size="7" face="Times-Roman"><font size="7" face="Times-Roman"><p align="left">T</p><p align="left"><font size="3" face="Times-Roman"><font size="3" face="Times-Roman">wenty-five years ago, visitors to</font></font></p><p align="left">Neyland, Milford Haven, in Wales,</p><p align="left">could have seen the battered hull of a</p><p align="left">wooden sailing vessel hauled up on the</p><p align="left">beach. She had suffered a long death,</p><p align="left">slowly rotting at her final berth for more</p><p align="left">than 50 years. But the decaying hull was</p><p align="left">more than just a relic of a vanished era.</p><p align="left">The brig, later brigantine, </p><i><font size="3" face="Times-Italic"><font size="3" face="Times-Italic">Sela </font></font><p align="left"><font size="3" face="Times-Roman"><font size="3" face="Times-Roman">appears</font></font></p></i></font></font></p></p>
publisher Prince Edward Island Museum
date 1991
type Document
format application/pdf
identifier vre:islemag-batch2-399
source 29
language en_US
rights <p>Please note that this material is being presented for the sole purpose of research and private study. Any other use requires the permission of the copyright holder(s), and questions regarding copyright are the responsibility of the user.</p>

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title The Last Survivor
creator Greenhill, Basil
subject Island Magazine
subject Prince Edward Island Museum
description <p align="left"> </p><p align="left"><font size="3" face="Times-Italic"><font size="3" face="Times-Italic"></font></font><p><font size="7" face="Times-Roman"><font size="7" face="Times-Roman"><p align="left">T</p><p align="left"><font size="3" face="Times-Roman"><font size="3" face="Times-Roman">wenty-five years ago, visitors to</font></font></p><p align="left">Neyland, Milford Haven, in Wales,</p><p align="left">could have seen the battered hull of a</p><p align="left">wooden sailing vessel hauled up on the</p><p align="left">beach. She had suffered a long death,</p><p align="left">slowly rotting at her final berth for more</p><p align="left">than 50 years. But the decaying hull was</p><p align="left">more than just a relic of a vanished era.</p><p align="left">The brig, later brigantine, </p><i><font size="3" face="Times-Italic"><font size="3" face="Times-Italic">Sela </font></font><p align="left"><font size="3" face="Times-Roman"><font size="3" face="Times-Roman">appears</font></font></p></i></font></font></p></p>
publisher Prince Edward Island Museum
date 1991
type Document
format application/pdf
identifier vre:islemag-batch2-399
source 29
language en_US
rights <p>Please note that this material is being presented for the sole purpose of research and private study. Any other use requires the permission of the copyright holder(s), and questions regarding copyright are the responsibility of the user.</p>