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Steve Lloyd
 

Publications

FARALLON: SHIPWRECK AND SURVIVAL ON THE ALASKA SHORE. Pullman, WA: Washington State University Press, 2000

“Wreck of the Farallon” in WE ALASKANS, June 21, 1998

“The Wreck of the S.S. State of California” in WE ALASKANS, June 27, 1999

“The Loss of the S.S. Edith , August 1915” in ALASKA HISTORY: A PUBLICATION OF THE ALASKA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, 15:1, 2000

“Against Killing Cold: Castaways of the Farallon” in ALASKA MAGAZINE, 66:4, 2000

“The Wreck of the Bark Star of Bengal” in THE SEA CHEST: JOURNAL OF THE PUGET SOUND MARITIME HISTORICAL SOCIETY, 35:1 and 35:2, 2001

“Adrift in the Aleutians: The Loss of the U.S. Revenue Cutter Tahoma” in WRECK AND RESCUE: THE JOURNAL OF THE U.S. LIFE-SAVING SERVICE HERITAGE ASSOCIATION, 7:1, May 2004

Scheduled for Publication

“The Wreck of the S.S. Saratoga , March 1908” in THE SEA CHEST: JOURNAL OF THE PUGET SOUND MARITIME HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Television Documentary Work

“Ray Mears' Extreme Survival: Alaska” a joint production of BBC and the Discovery Channel. Historical and location advisor, underwater videographer, 2001

“Going Down in History: The Sinking of the S.S. Aleutian ” (working title), a joint production of Shoreline Adventures and Camera Q. Co-producer, writer, underwater videographer, 2003

 

 

 

Steve Lloyd wrote the first full account of the loss of the steamer “Farallon” in Cook Inlet, Alaska in 1910

The SS “Edith” foundering in the Gulf of Alaska in 1915

The Revenue Cutter “Tahoma” prior to her loss in the distant Aleutian Islands in 1914

Historical consultant Steve Lloyd with actors portraying “Farallon” castaways during the filming of a BBC documentary in 2001

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