Sea History 025 - Autumn 1982

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No.25

SEA HISTORY OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE WORLD SHIP TRUST

SEA HISTORY is the journal of the National Maritime Historical Society, an educational, tax-exempt membership organization devoted to furthering the understanding of our maritime heritage. Copyright © 1982 by the National Maritime Historical Society.

ISSN 0146-9312

AUTUMN 1982

CONTENTS 3 LETTERS 8 WAWONA IS WAITING: III, Harold D. Huycke

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11 TAMI CANOE VOYAGE, Terry Linehan

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18 WORLD SHIP TRUST HISTORIC TUGS LIST, Norman Brouwer

OVERSEAS: Outside North America, add $5 or subscribe via World Ship Trust. CONTRIBUTIONS may be made for any recognized project. Make out checks "NMHSShip Trust," indicating on the check the project to which you wish support to be directed. OFFICERS & TRUSTEES are Chairman: F. Briggs Dalzell; Vice Chairmen: Thomas Hale, Barbara Johnso n; President: Peter Stanford; Secretary: Alan G. Choate; Treasurer: A.T. Pouch, Jr.; Trustees: Norman J . Brouwer, John Bunker, Alan G. Choate, F. Briggs Dalzell , Thomas Hale, Harold D . Huycke, Barbara Johnson, James F. Kirk, Karl Kortum , Robert J . Lowen, A. T. Pouch Jr., Richard Rath, John H. Reill y, Jr., Kenneth D. Reynard , Walter F. Schlech, Jr., Howard Slotnick, Peter Stanford, John N. Thurman, Barclay H. Warburton Ill, Alen York . Chairmen Emeritii: Walter F. Schlech, Jr. , John M. Will, Karl Kortum . President Emeritus: Alan D. Hutchison. ADVISORS : Chairman: Frank 0 . Braynard ; Francis E. Bowker, Oswald L. Brett, George Campbell, Robert Carl, Frank G. G. Carr, Harry Dring, John Ewald, Joseph L. Farr, Timothy G. Foote, Richard Goold-Adams, Robert G. Herbert, Melvin H . Jackson, R. C. Jefferson, Irving M. Johnson, Fred Klebingat, John Kemble, Conrad Milster, William G. Muller, John Noble, Capt. David E. Perkins , USCG (ret.), Nancy Richardson , Ralph L. Snow, John Stobart, Albert Swanson, Shannon Wall, Robert A. Weinstein, Thomas Wells, AICH, Charles Wittholz. Curator-at-Large: Peter Throckmorton . WORLD SHIP TRUST: Chairman: Frank G .G. Carr; Hon . Secretary: J .A. Forsythe; Hon. Treasurer: Philip S. Green; Erik C. Abranson; Maldwin Drummond; Peter Stanford. Membership: £ 10 payable WST , c/ o Hon . Sec ., 129a North Street, Burwell, Cambs. CB5 OBB, England. Reg . Charity No. 277751. AMERICAN SHIP TRUST: International Chairman: Frank Carr; Chairman: Peter Stanford; George Bass; Norman Brouwer; Karl Kortum; Ri chard Rath ; Charles Lundgren; Barclay H . Warburton, III ; Senior Advisor: Irving M. Johnson . SEA HISTORY STAFF: Editor: Peter Stanford ; Managing Editor: Norma Stanford; Associate Editors: Norman J. Brouwer, Naomi Person; Advertising: Diane O'Donnell; Membership: Marie Lore.

15 TUGS, LIKE OLD SHOES .. ., Peter Stanford 22 A TUG AT WAR: EMOND J. MORAN 23 MARY D. HUME: A TUG FOR THE LONG HAUL, John Bockstoce

25 CATAWISSA'S MACHINERY REMEMBERS, Conrad Milster 26 NEW YORK CENTRAL 16 MAKES IT ASHORE 26 SEGUIN: SHE . .. OUTLIVED THEM ALL, David H. Hackett, III 28 ABOARD THE TUGS 32 MARINE ART: SOME WELL LOVED SCENES, Ron van den Bos

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ROYAL SOCIETY EXHIBITION, Peter Sorlien

42 SHIP NOTES, SEAPORT & MUSEUM NEWS, Naomi Person 48 BOOKS 53 SAIL TRAINING 55 THE GENESIS OF TUGBOAT ANNIE, Norman Reilly Raine COVER: As the short December daylight wanes, the tug Baltimore, built 1906, is brought back from a watery grave in the Sassafrass River by her much younger cousin Smith Point-to become part of Baltimore's remarkable new waterfront Museum of Industry, "a working museum for working people." See "Ship Notes." Photo, Bill Eggert.

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