2 edition of Selected articles on the American merchant marine found in the catalog.
Selected articles on the American merchant marine
|Statement||compiled by Edith M. Phelps.|
|Series||Debaters" handbook series|
|Contributions||Phelps, Edith M.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 88/3267 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvii, 344 p.|
|Number of Pages||344|
|LC Control Number||89894900|
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Excerpt from Selected Articles Selected articles on the American merchant marine book the American Merchant Marine The history of our American merchant marine shows that while our coastwise shipping trade has prospered, the foreign carrying trade has not developed in similar proportion to Author: Edith M.
Phelps. Subsequently, however, the U.S. merchant marine again declined steadily; as the expense of American labor and ship construction increased, the cost of operation went beyond competitive levels, despite the fact that the American shipping industry was receiving a large subsidy from the federal government.
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Academic Dean and Provost Dr. John R. Ballard, a member of the Senior Executive Service, assumed responsibilities as the Academic Dean and Provost at the United States Merchant Marine Academy in September, He earned his B.S. at the United States Naval Academy, his M.A.
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There are plenty of fascinating facts about their extensive supply operations, but the focus of the book is on the men and their often-heroic actions/5. The various licenses Certificates, passports, and Permits, etc., offer insight into how the government sought to develop American shipping, and create revenue by controlling the transportation and sale of imported goods, In addition, numerous Bonds and oaths have been included, showing the primary method employed to insure compliance with the.
The Merchant Marine suffered a higher casualty rate than any branch of the military, losing 9, men, with most of the losses occurring inwhen most merchant ships sailed U.S.
waters with. Edith M. Phelps has written: 'Selected articles on a league of nations' -- subject(s): International cooperation, League of Nations 'Selected articles on the American merchant marine' -. Merchant marine, the commercial ships of a nation, whether privately or publicly owned.
The term merchant marine also denotes the personnel that operate such ships, as distinct from the personnel of naval vessels. Merchant ships are used to transport people, raw materials, and manufactured goods.
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Butler’s book is not new but it provides an interesting capsule of what happened but while it is long on blame it is short on solution. Just as Americans are unwilling – and in a largely unrecognized vicious cycle – increasing unable to pay for goods of American manufacture they are unwilling and increasingly unable to pay for an American sea-going merchant marine.
Powhatan St., Suite 1 Alexandria, Virginia Phone () Fax () Email: [email protected] Occasionally a shipmaster might extract specific kinds of information from his vessel’s logbook and record them in a separate volume, sometimes called an Abstract Log. Possibly the kind most often found in maritime collections is the Abstract Log of navigational data recommended by the Maritime Conference at Brussels is and formulated in part by Lt.
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American merchant mariners suffered a casualty rate that was a close second to the Marine Corps during the war. About the Author(s) A former merchant seaman, Michael Gillen was later a maritime labor reporter, an historic site curator and a program director and professor of Asian history at Pace University in New York.
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