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John Laurence Busch speaks on “Steam Coffin”

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Date(s) - Nov 4, 2014
05:30 pm

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Tropical Acres Steakhouse

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John Laurence Busch an independent historian who will be speaking before the National Association of Corrosion Engineers-Southern Florida Section at the Tropical Acres Steakhouse in Fort Lauderdale
Presentation & book signing of Steam Coffin.

STEAM COFFIN is the most descriptive account of the saga of Captain Moses Rogers and the steamship Savannah ever written. The foundation for such a story rests upon the contents of never-before-published manuscripts and newspaper articles, which provide an abundance of new details illuminating the actions and attitudes of those who participated in, and witnessed, the creation and voyage of the Savannah.

Located at Tropical Acres Steakhouse 2500 Griffin Roadm Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312. 954-989-2500 • 954-761-1744, tropicalacres@aol.com.

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