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A great deal of wreckage from the Titanic

Chicago Journal

BULLETIN: [Associated Press Telegram]

Halifax, April 16--The Sable island cableship Minia reported this afternoon that it had sighted a great deal of wreckage from the Titanic, but no boats or rafts.  This disposes of the hope that the Minia rescued any of the passengers from the ill-feted vessel.

Relates to Ship:

Titanic

Acknowledgements

Thomas E. Golembiewski

Citation

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