The Clara Nevada-Gold, Greed, Murder and Alaska’s Inside Passage by Steven C. Levi
In February 1898, witnesses report a giant fireball reflected in the glacial waters of Alaska’s Lynn Canal. At the high of Klondike gold fever, the Clara Nevada desappeared into an epic storm – taking passenges and a cargo of $165,000 in gold which at today’s currency would be valued at $13.6 million.
Was this an accident or a robbery gone wrong? Did Capt. Lewis take off with the raw gold? Piece together the true, final voyage of the Clara Nevada and the lost steamer now known as Alaska’s ghost ship.
Soft cover, 106 pages.