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Caleb West - Master Diver

Francis Hopkinson Smith

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .re only asking for information, but without the slightest shade of anxiety, “If that ’ere ha’sser’d parted, Cap’n Joe, when she give that plunge, it would ’a’ been all up with us,—eh?”

“Yes,—’spec’ so,” answered the captain, his mind, now that the danger had passed, neither on the question nor on the answer. Then suddenly awakening with a look of intense interest, “That line was a new one, Cap’n Bob. I picked it out a-purpose; them kind don’t part.”

Sanford, who had been standing by the tiller, anxiously watching the conflict with the sea, walked forward and grasped the skipper’s hand.

“I want to congratulate you,” he said, “on your sloop and on your pluck. It is not every man can lie around this stone-pile for the first time and keep his head.”

Captain Brandt flushed like a bashful girl, and turned aw. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Great historical timepiece of social life on coastal New England for those on a working waterfront. Main focus is a marine engineer who is risking his career to construct a difficult and risky lighthouse on time and on budget in the challenging weather extremes of Long Island Sound. Amidst that is m