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Thousand Islands Sunsets 2020 By Dennis McCarthy
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2020 Thousand Islands Sunset Calendar. Twelve photos taken around the Thousand Islands from Cape Vincent, NY to Alexandria Bay.
A Scrapbook of Early Scuba Diving In the 1000 Islands By Dennis McCarthy
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“Sport scuba diving in the Thousand Islands and Clayton, NY area began in earnest around 1959. From then on many amazing discoveries have been made by divers encountering history just feet... More > below the surface. The Clayton Diving Club was formed in 1967, incorporated in 1968. It went on to buy land, had several dive boats and for over 30 years operated as an active Dive Club. It published a newsletter the River Rat Gazette. In this book, excerpts from different River Rat Gazettes and stories by Clayton Diving Club members are used along with pictures from Skip Couch, Dennis & Kathi McCarthy and others to give readers a glimpse into the exciting and interesting first years of sport scuba diving in the Thousand Islands. “< Less
Shipwrecks of the Thousand Islands 2016 edition By Dennis McCarthy
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“Shipwrecks of the Thousand Islands” is intended to provide information of interest to both curious readers and serious scuba divers about shipwrecks from Cape Vincent to Brockville,... More > Ont./ Ogdensburg, NY. This is not a treasure hunter's book or shipwreck hunter's guide. All the shipwrecks listed have been found and dove on by scuba divers. Each wreck site is provided with GPS coordinates and brief information about its depth and bottom conditions. Each shipwreck listing has sections titled “Site” and History”. The “Site” information section is what the wreck looks like and its current condition. The “History” information will provide a brief background on the vessel or interesting information on the wreck. The intent is to provide readers with basic information on which they could build their knowledge by doing further research on the individual wrecks. Along with the information on the “Site” and “History” are images and reprints from newspaper or magazine stories.< Less
Lost Fleet By Dennis McCarthy
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A presentation about the shipwrecks resting under the waters of the Thousand Islands, casualties of War and Conflict, Natural disasters and Human error. The American Narrow of the St. Lawrence River... More > is from Rock Island Light House near the head of Wellesley Island to Alexandria Bay. This section of the river is very fast moving with whirlpools and currents. In places, the River is over 200 feet deep. With heavy boat traffic and dangerous shoals, this may be the most dangerous section of the St. Lawrence Seaway and River.< Less
Tall Ships in the Thousand Islands By Dennis McCarthy
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Tall ships in the Thousand Islands Once upon a time, the tall ship was king in the Thousand Islands. Today these large, traditionally-rigged sailing vessels of old are a rare site in the Thousand... More > Islands while freighters, speed boats, yachts and small sailboats are common.< Less
Dive the Thousand Islands HDS By Dennis McCarthy
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"Dive the Thousand Islands" is both a new book and an update of two previousbooks in one. This new book combines the out-of-print Skip's Divers Guides(Cape Vincent to Clayton and the... More > Narrows to Alex Bay) books with lots of new information on wrecks and dive sites into one new book that covers all the Thousand Islands. "Dive the Thousand Islands" has information for divers on location, depths, access, visibility, bottom type and description as well as information on the site history. Photos as well as side scan images are included for most sites. Wrecks and sites on both sides of the U.S. and Canadian border.< Less
The Old Fort By Kathi McCarthy
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"The OLD FORT" - Reprint of the 1889 book “The Old Fort, Carleton Island in the Revolution” written by Major James H. Durham, a West Point Graduate and Civil War Veteran. After... More > moving to Cape Vincent in the late 1870’s he became interested in the ruins on Carleton Island and the group of stone chimneys on the bluff above its north bay. They were enclosed in a massive earthwork that provided an outline of a large military fort with its barracks and magazines. People had different ideas about when and who actually built the fort. He undertook the writing of the Old Fort to clarify the island’s names and to identify the fort’s builders and its history. Introduction by Kathryn C. McCarthy< Less