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Remnants of the ship, sunk between Hatteras Island and Ocracoke in 1913, were reputedly left along the coast. Pieces of the wreckage could also be perceived in its survivors and those left behind, like Mrs. Martha Barnett, to tell the tale.
Accompaniment to the Martha Barnett Austin’s “Shipwreck! The George W. Wells” was this article, whose information about the sunken schooner was referenced from David Stick’s Graveyard of the Atlantic.