By Julie Hedgepeth Williams

ISBN-10: 1588382826

ISBN-13: 9781588382825

Historian Julie Williams grew up listening to her great-uncle Albert Caldwell inform his harrowing tale of surviving the mammoth catastrophe. Albert, his spouse Sylvia, and their ten-month-old son Alden, are one of the infrequent percent of households whose complete contributors survived the sinking. In an extraordinary sizeable kinfolk, Williams tells for the 1st time the family's story of escaping to fortunate Lifeboat thirteen and their determined sea trip towards rescue. Their voyage at the big, although, was once just one a part of an around-the-world trip to aim to treatment Sylvia of a mysterious affliction. a unprecedented great family members follows the entire true-life plot twists of a family members who survived their journey at the mammoth yet whose lives have been perpetually replaced by way of what they witnessed.

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