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Hard on the Wind: The True Story of a Boy Who Went to Sea and Came Back a Man
Hard on the Wind: The True Story of a Boy Who Went to Sea and Came Back a Man Russ Hofvendahl 1574091948 9781574091946 At fifteen Russ Hofvendahl signed on board a four-masted schooner andleft San Francisco in the grip of the Grea
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Hard on the Wind: The True Story of a Boy Who Went to Sea and Came Back a Man by Russ Hofvendahl

At fifteen Russ Hofvendahl signed on board a four-masted schooner andleft San Francisco in the grip of the Great Depression to catch cod in the Bering Sea. A seafarer adventure as well as a formative journey.

Author: Russ Hofvendahl

Language: English

Edition: illustrated

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 140

Publisher: Sheridan House

Publication Date: 2004-01-30

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ISBN: 1574091948


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