Forgotten no more

For the third year in a row, Portuguese sailors stood at in St. John’s for a man named Dionisiv Esteves and laid a wreath in his honour. Esteves was a member of the famous White Fleet. He died in 1966 while unloading his daily catch of cod from his dory. He was crushed between his little boat and that of the steel hull of the fishing vessel Santa Maria Manuela when his dory was swamped. Read more here 10:03

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