A True Account of Whaling and Redemption in the South Pacific
The long-lost true story of an American whaler, Robert Armstrong, who embarked on a harrowing adventure in the South Pacific in the mid-nineteenth century in search of absolution and redemption.
Armstrong’s gripping personal account is bookended by thoroughly researched contextual background compiled by his great-great-grandson, Alexander Brash, shedding further light on a turbulent historical period, his ancestor’s religious milieu, and the importance of saving our oceans’ wildlife. A fascinating dive into both human morality and America’s maritime history.
Page Count: 320 pages