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Eugene Lawson survived a storm and hung onto his wrecked boat near Pelee Island

Eugene Thomas Lawson was a local fisherman who was caught in a storm and his boat was wrecked. He hung onto the side of the boat and survived. He lived on Pelee Island in the 1880's. There is a book that contains this information, but I have been unable to find it.

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