BOOKS, MOVIES, etc.
Here are some recommendations for further reading. Purchase books through Amazon.com or BarnesandNoble.com
I own many of the books and they make for good leisure or research reading!
James Cameron's Illustrated Screenplay -- James Cameron, Randall Frakes (Introduction); Paperback
Voyage on the Great Titanic : The Diary of Margaret Ann Brady (Dear America) -- Ellen Emerson White
Last Dinner on the Titanic : Menus and Recipes from the Legendary Liner -- Dana McCauley (Contributor)
James Cameron's Titanic -- James Cameron, Ed W. Marsh, and Douglas Kirkland
Titanica: The disaster of the century in poetry, song, and prose -- Edited by Steven Biel
A Treasury of Titanic Tales --Webb Garrison
Titanic and the Making of James Cameron -- Paula Parisi
Ballard, Dr. Robert D.
The Discovery of the Titanic
Ballard, Dr. Robert D.
and Archbold, Rick; illustrated by Marschall, Ken
Hodder & Stoughton, London 1997
The Titanic Disaster - As reported in the British National Press April-July 1912
Butler, Daniel Allen
Unsinkable - The Full Story of R.M.S. Titanic
Stackpole Books, Mechanicsburg 1998
"The Full Story" is a good way to start a description of the book. It contains a huge amount of information on all aspects of the ship and the disaster. It is very well-written, making it a good choice both for the serious researcher and those who just want to do some reading.
Caplan, Bruce M.
Logan Marshall's The Sinking of the Titanic
Seattle Miracle Press, Seattle 1996 (reprinted 1997, 1998)
An abrigded edition of Logan Marshall's book on Titanic, which was the first book published about the disaster. Marshall is difficult to use as a source due to many inaccuracies, but the book is a good read - one gets an idea of how people saw the disaster just after it happened. The original work is hard to find and can be expensive, and this edition is a very good alternative to it. After reading the original and this version, I feel that nothing of importance has been lost in the editing.
Eaton, John P. and Haas,
Titanic - Triumph and Tragedy
Patrick Stephens, Somerset 1994 (2nd edition)
Hyslop, Donald &
Forsyth, Alastair & Jemina, Sheila
Titanic Voices - Memories from the Fateful Voyage
Sutton Publishing, New York 1997
The Titanic Hearings - The official transcripts of the 1912 Senate investigation
Titanic and Other Ships
A Night to Remember
First published by Longmans, Green & Co, London 1956
Revised, illustrated edition by Penguin Books, London 1976
Lord, Walter The Night Lives On
William Morrow & Co., 1986
Lynch, Don; illustrated
by Marschall, Ken
Titanic - An illustrated history
First published by Hodder & Stoughton, London 1992
New edition Hodder & Stoughton, London 1998
Sinking of the Titanic and Great Sea Disasters
L.T. Myers, New York 1912
Father Browne's Titanic Album - A passenger's photographs and personal memoir
Wolfhound Press, Dublin 1997
The Titanic - The extraordinary story of the "unsinkable" ship
Carlton Books 1998
Wade, Wyn Craig
The Titanic - End of a Dream
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