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November 24, 2022

November 24, 1922 – Forced to turn out to sea for six days, with the engines running every minute without a stop, and one member of the crew kept a prisoner in the hold for twenty-four hours, the halibut fishing boat Sentinel was held in the storm that raged in the Gulf of Alaska last week according to Captain Louis Sunderland in command. Nearly all of the oil was used and not a fishing line was cast during the entire trip, Captain Sunderland said. The Sentinel weathered the storm safely and came into port for supplies before leaving again last night for the fishing grounds. The Sentinel...

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