The Pacific Graveyard
Scarce locally published shipwreck chart of the area around the mouth of the Columbia River, published by Binford & Mort.
Oriented with East at the top, the map locates 234 shipwrecks, showing ships that have stranded, foundered, burned or met other disaster in the Pacific Graveyard at the mouth of the Columbia River.
The list includes the ship name, incident date and an asterisk for ships that have been salvaged or removed.
The earliest wrecks include:
- 1725 Spanish Vessel
- 1798 Hazard, American Brig
- 1811 Tonquin American Ship and small boats
- 1813 Racoon, British Sloop of War
- 1820 Japanese Junk
- 1829 William & Ann, British Bark
- 1839 Sulphur, British Navy Ship
- 1841 Peacock, USN Brig
- 1846 Shark, US Survey schooner
- 1848 Maine, American Whaler
- 1848 Vancouver, British Bark