SABLE ISLAND IN BLACK AND WHITE

Travel back in time to 1880 when a stalwart group of ordinary people called Sable Island home. Clawing out an existence on a spit of sand 100 miles from the North American mainland, these men and women bequeathed to future generations a legacy forged by determination and courage. Although she was known over the centuries by a host of different names including Santa Cruz, Isle Fagundez, Isolla del Arena, Ile de Sable, Sable Island and most recently in 2013, Sable Island National Park Reserve, it was her infamous nickname – the Graveyard of the Atlantic – that was respected and feared in any language.

Available  April 2016