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What were two locations of the Edmund Fitzgerald?

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The Edmund Fitzgerald was carrying a full load of taconite iron ore pellets.


Gordon Lightfoot recorded the song The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald.


From the chairman of the North-western Mutual Life Insurance Company, MR. Edmund Fitzgerald


29 People were aboard the Edmund Fitzgerald when it sank in a storm on Nov. 10 1975


Two Harbors, MN. The beacon is lit once each year, on November 10th., to commemorate the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald.


The ship was named after the then-current president of Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, Mr. Edmund Fitzgerald.


The Edmund Fitzgerald sunk on November 10, 1975 and was immortalised in a song by Gordon Lightfoot, 'The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald'.



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The SS Edmund Fitzgerald sank in Lake Superior during a storm on November 10, 1975, killing 29 men.



Lake Superior, then sunk in lake superior


Aside from the fact that they both sank? Not much... The Titanic was a passenger Liner, the Fitzgerald was an ore freighter, both very different designs. The Titanic was 154 feet longer than the Edmund Fitzgerald and weighed 29,000 tons heavier.


it was stormy and there was also very high waves the height of a 4- story home. With very cool winds and waves the caused the memory of the Edmund Fitzgerald


The Chairman of the North-western Mutual Life Insurance company


Lots but your prolly thinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald


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the wreak of the Edmund Fitzgerald sunk on November 10th 1998 i think that is the year but im am posotive of the actual date and it sunk near Cleveland and it only had 15 more miles till it reached land the edmund fitzgerald sank on Nov. 10 1975. and it sank closer to whitefish bay than cleveland. it was headed fot cleveland.


The Steamship, SS Edmund Fitzgerald, was a freight carrier which sank in Lake Superior on 10 November 1975. Up to today theories abound but no definitive cause for the sinking has been established.



November 10th, 1975, according to Wikipedia.


Yes - SS Edmund Fitzgerald and also the Cyprus.



Lake Huron rolls, superior sings, Michigan steams


the edmund fitz gerold sunk because a nut sack guy named craig g Was driving it and was probly drunk and crasshed it into a sandbar.



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