How a sea rescue in the 1880s relates to the current world order

This plaque noted Capt. Ralph Lattimore, who was the captain of the Henry James, whose ship sank in the Pacific, leaving 30 people as castaways on a far away island. Submitted photoEditor’s note: This is the final in a two-part series about the SS Mariposa, a ship that sailed the Pacific in the 1800s and was part of one of the great sea rescues of all time. The art of writing is not easy. In fact, most writers will tell you it is hard.
John Little, who lives in Cumbria County in Great Britain, p...

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