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3 edition of Life-saving station on the coast of New Hampshire or Massachusetts. found in the catalog.

Life-saving station on the coast of New Hampshire or Massachusetts.

United States. Congress. House

Life-saving station on the coast of New Hampshire or Massachusetts.

by United States. Congress. House

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Life-Saving Service,
  • Massachusetts,
  • New Hampshire

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesLife saving station on coast of New Hampshire or Massachusetts
    SeriesH.rp.1955
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination2 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18266472M

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Life-saving station on the coast of New Hampshire or Massachusetts by United States. Congress. House Download PDF EPUB FB2

Home > Maritime Property Inventories > Life-Saving Stations > Massachusetts. Historic Life-Saving Stations to Visit in Massachusetts. Cahoons Hollow Life-Saving Station. Location: Cape Cod Nearest city: Wellfleet Owner: Private owner Current use: Restaurant Public phone: 2. Gurnet Point Life-Saving Station.

(lot 2 documents) U.S. Life-Saving Service, First District, Wallis Sands Life-Saving Station, New Hampshire c S.F. Wells, Keeper.

Lot consists of two documents relating to clothing orders for the crew at the station. LIGHTHOUSES AND LIFE SAVING ALONG THE MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE COAST is a must for East Coast lighthouse lovers. The book is similar to Claflin's other books on lighthouses and life saving in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.

It is filled with older photographs of the places and people involved in this way of life/5(2). Lighthouses and Life Saving along the Maine and New Hampshire Coast is a unique tribute to the men and women who protected mariners as they traveled along New England's rocky coastline.

With thousands of vessels plying the dangerous Brand: ArcadiaPublishing. A group of local citizens formed a nonprofit organization called the Wood Island Life Saving Station Association, or WILSSA, to save the building. local U.S. Coast Guard station in New.

Beginning in he began writing books on the subject and has completed eight to date. His latest series, Historic Nantucket, tells the story of historic lighthouses, lightships and life-saving stations along the New England coast.

In addition, he has published a number of books and prints including Frederick Thompson’s The Lightships of. Ingar Olsen, appointed keeper of the Plum Island Life-Saving Station No. inhad been awarded a Gold Life-Saving Medal while a surfman at the Milwaukee Life-Saving Station in Other outstanding recipients of Gold Life-Saving Medals included Joshua James, who initially joined the Massachusetts Humane Society.

Lighthouses and Life Saving Along the Main and New Hampshire Coast. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, _____. Lighthouses and Life Saving Along the Massachusetts Coast. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, Clemensen, Berle.

Historic Resource Study, Cape Cod National Seashore, Massachusetts. Denver: Denver Service Center (Historic. Travel in Massachusetts includes a stop at well-stocked and -staffed visitor and information centers. You’ll find many here offering helpful guidance about lodging, food, shopping, major events, festivals, and attractions plus videos, films, exhibits, directions, maps, brochures, even schedules, tickets, and provide picnic tables, handicapped accessible restrooms, vending.

Visit Massachusetts is the best online travel, tourism and vacation guide for Massachusetts. Extensive tourist information for Mass vacations, attractions, events, activities, hotels, places to. Out of 42, men and women on active duty in the Coast Guard today, around 7, serve in New England, and Hendrickson focuses on around 25 current or former members of the service in his book.

Bythe USLSS had live-saving stations: 7 along the coasts of Maine and New Hampshire; 15 in Massachusetts; 37 along the coasts of Rhode Island and Long Island; 40 in New Jersey; 44 south of Cape May, N.J. and in the Gulf; 34 on the Great Lakes; and 6 along the Pacific Coast.

The Old Harbor U.S. Life Saving Station is a historic maritime rescue station and museum, located at Race Point Beach in Provincetown, init was originally located at Nauset Beach near the entrance to Chatham Harbor in Chatham, was used by the United States Life-Saving Service (USLSS), and then by its successor, the United States Coast Guard.

Lighthouses and Life Saving along the Maine and New Hampshire Coast is a unique tribute to the men and women who protected mariners as they traveled along New Englands rocky coastline. With thousands of vessels plying the dangerous waters, the chance of a shipping disaster was always great.

- Explore Julie Hennessy's board "Salisbury Beach" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Salisbury beach, Salisbury, Beach pins. Coast Guard Station Tom's River, pictured as a life saving station. It was operational from to around It was operational from to around This page contains a list of United States Coast Guard stations in the United States within the United States Coast Guard 's nine districts.

Lighthouses and Life Saving along the Connecticut and Rhode Island Coast is the third in a series of titles offering a unique tribute to the men and women who protected the mariners as they traveled along New England's rocky coastline. A Heavy Sea Running The Formation of the U.S. Life-Saving Service, – WinterVol.

19, No. By Dennis R. Means All too common among tragedies of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries was the wreck of the Almira, a small coasting schooner from Sandwich, Massachusetts, bound for Boston with a load of already lost her sails to the fury of an icy winter's. James Claflin. Lighthouses and Life Saving Along the Massachusetts Coast.

Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, _____. Lighthouses and Life Saving Along the Maine and New Hampshire Coast. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, _____. Lighthouses and Life Saving Along the Connecticut and Rhode Island Coast. Charleston, SC: Arcadia. Construction of the Wood Island Station was completed in earlybuilt to replace a facility at Jerry’s Point in New Castle, New Hampshire.

Other New Hampshire stations were based at. Lighthouses and Life Saving along the Maine and New Hampshire Coast is a unique tribute to the men and women who protected mariners as they traveled along New England’s rocky coastline.

With thousands of vessels plying the dangerous waters, the chance of a shipping disaster was always great. The Annual Conference and Meeting will be in and around Kittery, Maine and will include stations between Nahant, Massachusetts along the coast of New Hampshire and to the southern edge of Maine.

The dates are SeptemberMark your calendars and save some time to make the trip.Lighthouses and Life Saving Along the Maine and New Hampshire Coast Lighthouses and Life Saving Along the Massachusetts Coast: James Claflin: The Lightkeepers - A Novel: Abby Geni: The Lightkeepers' Menagerie - Stories of Animals at Lighthouses: Elinor De Wire: Living and Writing on the Coast of Maine: Lea Wait: The Lobster Chronicles: Linda.