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Scrapbooks of Althea Boxell (1/19/1910 - 10/4/1988), Book 10, Page 91

Scrapbooks of Althea Boxell (1/19/1910 - 10/4/1988), Book 10, Page 91
A newspaper article reporting that the Margaret Rose, which was wrecked when she grounded off Wood End, was temporarily repaired and floated by Francis Santos, proprietor of Flyer's Boatyard and James Silva. They were aided by several other Provincetown dragger captains and successfully towed the damaged vessel into Provincetown harbor and eventually got her onto the railway at Flyer's Boatyard.
Barnstable County (Mass.) History, Cape Cod (Mass.) History, Fish trade--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Fishermen, Fishing, Fishing boats--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Lifesaving, Lifesaving stations--Massachusetts, Lifesaving stations--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Provincetown (Mass.)--History--20th century, Shipwrecks, Shipwrecks--Massachusetts--Cape Cod region, Shipwrecks--Massachusetts--Provincetown, and Boxell, Althea

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