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Frederick William Wallace (11 December 1886 – 15 July 1958) was a journalist, photographer, historian and novelist

Frederick William Wallace (11 December 1886 – 15 July 1958) was a journalist, photographer, historian and novelist. He was the author of Wooden Ships and Iron Men, a now-classic 1924 book about the last days of the Age of Sail in Maritime Canada. Born in Glasgow, Scotland, he initially worked as a clerk but turned to the sea as a journalist of the fishing industry which later led to historical work. Wallace served in World War I as commander of a Q-Ship.

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Frederick William Wallace (11 December 1886 – 15 July 1958) was a journalist, photographer, historian and novelist. Wallace also wrote the novels Blue Water and Captain Salvation and several other works. Blue Water was made into a film in Canada directed by David Hartford, but it was never released. Captain Salvation was purchased the Hearst Corporation and released as a film in 1927, directed by John S. Robertson.

Frederick William Wallace, a young Montreal journalist and an accomplished commercial artist, was enthralled by ships. Between 1911 and 1916, in the last age of unassisted sail, he made seven voyages aboard fishing schooners to the banks off Nova Scotia. Taking a simple box camera, Wallace photographed the men, the vessels, and the work itself, knowing that he was capturing a way of life at the moment of its passing. Wallace's clear, dramatic photographs recreate a turning point in history and the men who lived it. Wallace published few of these photographs.

Frederick William Wallace. Frederick William Wallace. yeni baskı, düzeltilmiş. Formac Publishing Company Limited, 2005 - 416 sayfa. Captain Salvation is a little-known novel of Maritimers at sea, now brought back into print in this new addition to Formac's Fiction Treasures collection. It is an exciting tale of a young reprobate who works his way up from ableseaman, to mate, skipper and then a ship-owner. His strength and intelligence pull him through the violent life aboard ship.

A novel about Nova Scotia's maritime trade Captain Salvation is a little-known novel of Maritimers at sea, now brought back into print in this new addition to Formac's Fiction Treasures collection. Finally, shipwrecked off Cape Horn, he has to face his demons.

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Frederick William Wallace (11 December 1886-15 July 1958) was a journalist, photographer, historian and novelist. He was the author of "Wooden Ships and Iron Men" a now-classic 1924 book about the last days of the Age of Sail in Maritime Canada.

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by Frederick William Wallace. A novel about Nova Scotia's maritime trade Captain Salvation is a little-known novel of Maritimers at sea, now brought back into print in this new addition to Formac's Fiction Treasures collection.

A novel about Nova Scotia's maritime tradeCaptain Salvation is a little-known novel of Maritimers at sea, now brought back into print in this new addition to Formac's Fiction Treasures collection. It is an exciting tale of a young reprobate who works his way up from ableseaman, to mate, skipper and then a ship-owner. His strength and intelligence pull him through the violent life aboard ship. Finally, shipwrecked off Cape Horn, he has to face his demons.
Captain Salvation (Fiction Treasures) download epub
Genre Fiction
Author: M. Brook Taylor,Frederick William Wallace
ISBN: 0887806767
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Formac (November 1, 2005)
Pages: 416 pages