The Founding Fathers of INDEFATIGABLE asked the question "What is to be done about the many orphans whose only crime was that they were sons of seamen?" So in 1864, the Inde was set up for "the training of orphans and boys in poor circumstances." That was a typical Liverpool response ... "the Inde Way, get stuck in, and get it done!" With much change, from ship to shore, the School continued until 1995 with its self-appointed task of "turning boys into men".
This is a fantastic story. Bob Evans has added yet another piece into the prouond maritime history of Liverpool.
Genre Non Fiction
Set in Merseyside