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Ports of Calls in the United States, Canada and Europe utilized by steamships during the peak immigration era of including Boston, New York, Antwerp, Fishguard, Hamburg, Liverpool, London, Rotterdam, Southampton, and others. Steamship, City of Richmond, Terry, from Richmond, with pass. and mdse. to Mailler & Lord. 34 hours from Norfolk, Sat., at 2: 30 A. M., 20 miles north of Barnegat, was run into by a topsail schooner, name not known, her jib boom striking the steamer on her larboard side, just abaft the main rigging, and carrying away mizzen stays and larboard.
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It carried a large group of Mormons bound for Utah. The New York Times announced the arrival in its Sept. 1, edition. "The Steamship Wyoming arrived yesterday from Liverpool with Mormomns and 17 Elders aboard who spent 2 years abroad as Missionaries" 93 were noted to be English, the rest Scandinavian.
The plight of the Mormons had just begun. Wyoming was a wooden six-masted schooner built and completed in by the firm of Percy & Small in Bath, Maine. With a length of ft ( m) from jib-boom tip to spanker boom tip, Wyoming was the largest known wooden ship ever built.
Because of her extreme length and wood construction, Wyoming tended to flex in heavy seas, which would cause the long planks to twist and buckle, thereby Fate: Foundered on 11 March USS Wyoming (BB) was the lead ship of her class of dreadnought battleships and was the third ship of the United States Navy named Wyoming, although she was only the second named in honor of the 44th state.
Wyoming was laid down at the William Cramp & Sons in Philadelphia in Februarywas launched in Mayand was completed in September She was armed with a main battery of Aircraft carried: 3 × floatplanes.
In latethe Wyoming proceeded from Boston to Norfolk, Virginia, to pick up coal needed in St. John, New Brunswick, where there was a severe shortage of coal due to a strike in Canada. Norfolk was one of the few ports in the United States able to provide coal.
The United States Steam Sloop Wyoming. Since prior to the Civil War, the United States Navy has had ships named the USS Wyoming. The first, depicted above, however, was not named after the State but, instead, after a valley and battle in Pennsylvania.
Additionally, there have been several civilian ships named Wyoming. USS Wyoming, SSBN The Wyoming took the crew off, who were all exhausted from manning the pumps. They also passed the steamship the City of Antwerp, City of Dublin, the bark Elgin, and ship Michael Angelo, and an unnamed brig-rigged steamer bound east".
Details of the SS Wyoming. Wyoming, Steam-ship, of Williams & Guion Line; Accident to. Full text is unavailable for this digitized archive article.
Subscribers may view the full text of this article in its original form. Not only did some members of the Latter Day Saints travel to America the Cope Line, but,it is likely that since Cope was the only line running into Philadelphia, that Thomas Moonlight, later Territorial Governor of Wyoming, worked his way before the mast to the United States on one of Cope's ships.
The Naval History and Heritage Command does not have custody of crew lists, nor do we have current contact information of former crew members. You can locate this information through various sources: Government Sources: The Old Military and Civil Records Branch, National Archives, Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DCholds copies of deck logs from throughas well as.
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Steamships usually use the prefix designations of "PS. Over the next 41 months, Wyoming operated primarily in the Atlantic, off the eastern seaboard of the United States, participating in Atlantic Fleet exercises, ranging from the coast of New England.
This photo book features 70 rare portraits of American ocean and coastal steamships assembled by late Professor Cedric Ridgely-Nevitt.
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Argument of Hon. A.P. Cuppy addressed to the Committee of Naval Affairs of the House of Representatives, forty-first Congress: in support of the claim of the officers and crew of the United States Steamship Wyoming to a portion of the Japanese indemnity fund [W.
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Uncover essential details about your family in these passenger lists from New York City, the largest city in the United States, between and Learn new information about your ancestors like their age at their time of arrival and the name of the ship they traveled in, information that can help you to continue your family history research.
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The option to browse our Passenger List collection by the name of the ship will assist researchers to focus their search on a specific ship without requiring other information such as steamship line or year/date of voyage to locate list of passengers.USS Florida (BB) was the lead ship of the Florida class of dreadnought battleships of the United States had one sister ship, Utah.
Florida was laid down at the New York Navy Yard in Marchlaunched in Mayand commissioned into the US Navy in September She was armed with a main battery of ten inch ( mm) guns and was very similar in design to the preceding.