Edmund Fitzgerald

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Summertime Dream
... the back of the haunting ballad, "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald", which told the story of the final hours of the SS Edmund Fitzgerald which had sunk on Lake Superior in November 1975 ... has been credited with making the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald the most famous maritime incident in the history of the Great Lakes ... "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" reached #1 in Canada on November 20, 1976 ...
Great Lakes Brewing Company - Beers - Year-round
... Edmund Fitzgerald Porter 6 5.8 37 A Porter named for the SS Edmund Fitzgerald, a ship that frequented Cleveland ports and sank in 1975 with many ... Homemade Ice Cream, uses the GLBC's leftover porter to make a flavor known as Edmund Fitzgerald Chocolate Chunk ... Edmund Fitzgerald Porter is often named in the Beer Judge Certification Program (BJCP) as the most stylistically correct representative of a porter within the porter category ...
Lake Superior - History - Shipwrecks
... The SS Edmund Fitzgerald was the last major shipwreck on Lake Superior, sinking 17 miles (27 km) from Whitefish Point on November 10, 1975 ... Lightfoot's ballad, "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" ... The Edmund Fitzgerald's 29 crew members all perished ...
SS William Clay Ford
... night of November 10, 1975, the lake freighter SS Edmund Fitzgerald was reported lost ... Maritime Institute recognizing its role in the search for the Edmund Fitzgerald ... seas, in the blackness of a storm which had already claimed as a victim the steamer Edmund Fitzgerald, to search for possible survivors of that disaster, exemplifying the finest traditions of the maritime ...

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    At any rate, let us love for a while, for a year or so, you and me. That’s a form of divine drunkenness that we can all try.
    —F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940)

    Far from being the basis of the good society, the family, with its narrow privacy and tawdry secrets, is the source of all our discontents.
    —Sir Edmund Leach (20th century)