The shipwreck lies off French Frigate Shoals in the blue waters of Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument in Hawaii.
Melville completed “Moby-Dick” in 1851, drawing on an Essex crew member’s account of the remarkable event.
The twice-cursed Pollard retired from whaling, became a watchman and lived to be almost 80. Melville met him in Nantucket shortly after completing “Moby-Dick.” CNN
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