The United States Coast Guard on the Great Lakes

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Download this FREE e-Book, and enjoy fascinating detail on the United States Coast Guard on the Great Lakes. NIGHT OWL REVIEWS noted: "Another great resource for researchers from USCG historian, Thomas P. Ostrom." This time, Ostrom focuses on lighthouses, life-saving, law enforcement, aids to navigation, environmental protection, commerce, ice breaking, port security, and national defense from the 19th Century to the present. Download it now!

D.W.St.John

Fact filled read about the Coast Guard!


Dan Alkema

very dry. More of a year book for the coast guard. When it would get to an interesting rescue it would footnote it. Ebook version was faulty repeated paragraphs. Repeated the history of the USCG regularly


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