The F/V Fargo 1982

Our list of lost fishing vessels of the Pacific Graveyard is unparalleled, and as such, we just had no room to tell the individual stories of these boats that sank, instead listed simply as “to respect and remember” the neighbors, friends and family lost at sea.
Author Abigail Calkin, Ph. D. is writing a book based on the F/V Fargo, a 52-ft. trawler which sank in 1982.
Here is a link to her story hosted on Scroll In Space, the title is “Against the Net”.
Abigail’s contact information is as follows, and NW Limited…History in Vogue thanks her for permission to link to her story behind the date and name on our list that relates to the F/V Fargo.
Abigail B. Calkin, Ph.D.
POB 238
Gustavus, AK (Alaska) 99826
tel 907-697-2825
fax 907-697-2765
cell 907-957-1687
abicalkin@aol.com
http://www.abigailbcalkin.com
For more information on our shipwreck chart combined with the list of lost fishing vessels of the Pacific Graveyard (Oregon and Washington coasts and lower Columbia River), please visit our website
NW Limited…History in VogueTM and choose “Dead Reckoning” from the category list at the left.

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