3 edition of Steamer Arthur H. Hawgood.. found in the catalog.
Steamer Arthur H. Hawgood..
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries
|Other titles||To authorize change of name of steamer Arthur H. Hawgood|
|The Physical Object|
The Library of Congress > Chronicling America > Evening star. > Ap > P Image books for use in the schools. Attendance upon all meetings set by the Aldyth A. Hawgood, daughter of Arthur H. Haw-good, secretary of the Hawgood-Avery Company. Steam, Its Generation and Use (English) (as Author) Babcock, Winnifred Eaton. See: Watanna, Onoto, Babelon, Ernest, Manual of Oriental Antiquities (English) (as Author) Babila, Quintin Paredes y. See: Paredes y Babila, Quintin, Babillotte, Arthur, Zones of the Spirit: A Book of Thoughts (English.
ARTHUR H. HAWGOOD in , She was renamed c.) GEORGE M. STEINBRENNER in , she was scrapped at Ramey’s Bend in The foot wooden brig JOSEPH was launched at Bay City, Michigan, on 21 May SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. SEss. II. CHS. 63 CHAP. An Act To grant authority to the Inland Steamship Company of February 10 Indiana Harbor, Indiana, to change the name of the steamer Arthur H. Hawgood 70 ] Joseph Block. [Public, No. ] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United.
Arthur H. Simms (b. ~, d. ), a lawyer who graduated from Union College of Law with an LL. B. degree in , was the son of Henrietta Wood. 1 He was interviewed in by the Chicago Tribune.. The Tribune article indicates that Arthur H. Simms moved to Chicago around , and worked at first as a waiter at the Gardner House hotel, where he served prominent Chicagoans such as. This book is Arthur H Matthews' notebook or invention book as I like to call it. I have no idea if it has any value or if anyone is even interested at looking at it. Some say Matthews is Nikola Tesla's alleged son although the sites I found relating this information all look like conspiracy websites.
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An Act To grant authority to the Inland Steamship Company of Indiana Harbor, Indiana, to change the name of the steamer Arthur H. Hawgood to Joseph Block. Feb. 10, PDF, 83KB.
This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact,Author: Arthur H.
Sherwood. This book is very similar to and has the same information as the other steam book by Dan Holohan, We Got Steam Heat!. Some of differences are that this book is more written towards the heating technician and gets more in depth on the issues of repairing and installing new steam heating systems, lots of charts, graphs and numbers/5().
The ARTHUR H. HAWGOOD was launched October 5, for the Neptune Steamship Co. (Hawgood, mgr.), Cleveland, OH. Data from: Ahoy & Farewell II This is a small sample, the book includes many other vessels with a much more detailed history Please e-mail if you would like to contribute a significant event in Great Lakes history.
Monochromatic glass-plate negative from the studio of Louis James Pesha depicting the bow and port side of the Neptune Steamship Company freighter ARTHUR H. HAWGOOD, under steam. A figure stands on the port side outside the pilot house, another walks along the deck headed toward the stern, and a small group is gather at the stern.
Arthur H. Hawgood and others of Cleveland have contracted with the Craig Ship Building Co. of Toledo for a steel steamer of Welland canal size, to be finished about Nov.
The Craig company is just completing for Miller, Bull & Knowlton of New York a steamer of Welland canal size and they have another under way for the same firm, both of which will go to the Atlantic coast immediately upon.
Wheelsman Ed Kanaby was an eyewitness to the bay's fury on November 9. H.B. Hawgood Captain Arthur May had ordered Kanaby to reverse the steamer's course in the gale, to escape the huge waves that were reported near the tip of the Thumb. The ship made the turn and attempted a run south to Port Huron.
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Andrew, Chairman of the Scinde Railway Company. (London: W.H. Allen, ), by East India Company, W. Andrew, and Scinde Railway Company (page images at. FERDINAND SCHLESSINGER, en route from Erie, PA to Port Arthur, ON with 3, tons of coal, began leaking in a storm and sank 15 miles off Passage Island, Lake Superior.
The crew was picked up by the ASSINIBOIA. Major Great Lakes Vessels (Vessels measuring or more gross registered tons) I have studied the history of Great Lakes vessels off and on for more than seventy years (my first grade-school-era notebook dates from the middle s) and until now most of my records have been in pencil on home grown data sheets, in notebooks and on miscellaneous sheets and scraps of paper.
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Steamer built in by the American Ship Building Co. at Lorain, Ohio for Hawgood Transit Co., A.H. Hawgood, Mgr. of Cleveland, Ohio. Lake Superior Maritime Collection Blueprints & Other Technical Drawings Search this Group Search. Lake Superior Maritime Collection: Blueprints & Other Technical Drawings.
A guide to resources for the study of shipping history on the upper Great Lakes. HAWGOOD, H.A. ()  MODERN RENDITION: HOYT, JAMES H. () . Get this from a library. Wayne Hancock, [ongoing]. [Arthur H Hawgood; American Ship Building Company.; Milwaukee Steam Ship Company.; Commonwealth Steamship.
About this Item: Arthur H. Clark Company, United States, Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. On April 1,the steamboat Bertrand, a sternwheeler bound from St.
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