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Shipwreck of Lake Huron between Black River and Oskota?

Where can I find information of shipwrecks that sank off the coast in lake Huron between Black River and Oskota?

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There are two good books about shipwrecks of the area between Black River and Oscoda that came out in the past few years.

Ships and Shipwrecks of the Au Sable Shores Region of Western Lake Huron by John M. O'Shea is widely available online
SHIPWRECKS OFF OUR SHORES, AuSable & Oscoda Historical Society - available online from the historical society

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