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  • ...built in [[Fort Chipewyan, Alberta]], by the [[Hudson's Bay Company]], in 1882, for service on the [[Athabaska River]], lower [[Peace River (Canada)|Peace ...ed lumber, its furnace and boilers hauled north from Edmonton. Launched in 1882, the Grahame picked up freight and passengers below the rapids on the Athab
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  • ...both the sending and receiving ends, which made it impractical for use on ships or small islands, and the relatively short distances spanned meant it had f ...nt radiotelegraphic stations, plus extensive use of radiotelegraphy aboard ships for navigational and commercial communication plus passenger messages. One
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  • ...story.<ref name="MAlist">{{cite web |title=Hudson’s Bay Company Archives – Ships’ Histories |url=https://www.gov.mb.ca/chc/archives/hbca/ships_histories.h ...se.png | 100px]] || [[SS Colvile|''Colvile'']] || Screw steamer || 1875 || 1882 || Interior || [https://www.gov.mb.ca/chc/archives/_docs/hbca/ships_histori
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  • ...' (AKA-21) was laid down under a [[Maritime Commission]] contract (MC hull 1882) on November 23, 1943, by the Walsh-Kaiser Co., Inc.; launched on May 20, ...ww.history.navy.mil/danfs/index.html Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships] (Primary source for this article)
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  • ...and Seamen of the American Revolution'' (1969). encyclopedic survey of the ships, cannon, gear, sailors , tactics, and actions of U.S. and British navies. * Roosevelt, Theodore. ''The Naval War of 1812'' (1882). [http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/9104 eText at Project Gutenberg]
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  • ===Ships=== * Roosevelt, Theodore. ''The Naval War of 1812'' (1882). [http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/9104 eText at Project Gutenberg]
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  • ...neurs came to dominate through the wage-labor systems and floating factory ships. The standard of living was rising steadily. The fundamental transformation ...ese claims to Hokkaido in response to an increase in the number of Russian ships in the area. Thereby, the shogunate had shown an understanding of the role
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  • ...''The History of the Formation of the Constitution of the United States'' (1882). His writing is clear and vigorous, and his facts based on careful use of Several ships have been named [[USS Bancroft|USS ''Bancroft'']] for him. Bancroft was the
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  • '''William F. "Bull" Halsey''' (1882-1959) was a [[fleet admiral]] of the [[U.S. Navy]], a colorful and inspirat | title = Fleet Admiral William F. Halsey, Jr., USN, (1882-1959)}}</ref>
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  • ...large armies, development of superior warships and cannon that could sink ships without boarding them, more effective muskets and infantry drill, and artil ...y fleet. This called for concentration of naval forces composed of capital ships, not overly large but numerous, well manned with crews thoroughly trained,
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  • '''Naval guns''' are artillery weapons on ships; although they are descended from land-based weapons, they quickly became s ...5, although torpedoes played a major part. The last combat involving major ships and settled only by gunfire, were the [[Battle of North Cape]] and [[Battle
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  • ...Britain; opens British colonies in West Indies to smaller American trading ships; British eventually evacuate western forts; boundary lines and debts (in bo * 1806 - Essex Case; British reverse policy and seize American ships trading with French colonies; U.S. responds with [[Non-Importation Act]] st
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  • ...eincarnation|reincarnate]], with Cayce adding that the Atlanteans also had ships and aircraft powered by a mysterious form of energy crystal. ...ntis]]'', interest in Atlantis then languished for 2,200 years until the [[1882]] publication of ''[[Atlantis: the Antediluvian World]]'' by [[Minnesota]]
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  • ...or the pumps at a mine, while mobile engines were put into locomotives and ships (where they turned paddles or, later, propellers). The use of water power w ...A Robert Lindsay Galloway, ''A history of coal mining in Great Britain'' (1882) [http://books.google.com/books?id=2DsDAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA1&dq=intitle:coal&num=
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  • ...or the pumps at a mine, while mobile engines were put into locomotives and ships (where they turned paddles or, later, propellers). The use of water power w ...A Robert Lindsay Galloway, ''A history of coal mining in Great Britain'' (1882) [http://books.google.com/books?id=2DsDAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA1&dq=intitle:coal&num=
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  • ...ry, turning out a cannon every five days. The Confederate Naval Yard built ships and was noted for launching the CSS Tennessee in 1863 to defend Mobile Bay. ...office in 1878 and 1880 and endorsed the ticket of the Greenback party in 1882]. The development of mining and manufacturing was accompanied by economic d
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  • ...ong Kong is an important stop for most cruises in the East. Several cruise ships lie docked at Harbour City, a large shopping mall on the Kowloon, mainland, ...nnessy and the 'native race craze': colonial government in Hong Kong, 1877–1882", ''Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History,'' 20 (1992), 223–47 ·
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  • ...), to establish a base of support for English privateering against Spanish ships, and to spread Protestantism to the New World in competition with Spain's s ...ber, 1606, the London Company dispatched a group of 104 colonists in three ships: the ''[[Susan Constant]]'', ''[[Godspeed (ship)|Godspeed]]'', and ''[[Disc
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  • ...hed in parts by Thomas C. Jack, Grange Publishing Works, Edinburgh between 1882 and 1885.</ref>). In 1548 Mary, Queen of Scots, sailed from Leith for Franc ...the time ball on top of Nelson's Monument, falls. Both are signals to the ships in the Firth of Forth as a check on their chronometers.) At the sound of th
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  • |&nbsp; 1882 * 1866: Horticulturist Parker Earle ships strawberries in iced boxes by rail from southern Illinois to Chicago on the
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  • ...a was closely allied to Germany and Italy through the "Triple Alliance" of 1882. Turkey was close to Germany and hostile to Russia. Russia and France were ...which bottled up the fleets of the Central Powers, captured their merchant ships, and blockaded their ports. London aggressively used its navy to make sure
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  • '''Franklin Delano Roosevelt''' (January 30, 1882 &ndash; April 12, 1945), often called '''FDR''', was 32nd [[President of th ...the war. He provided extensive support in terms of money and munition and ships (but not soldiers) to [[Winston Churchill]] and the British war effort befo
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  • Carnegie purchased iron ore lands in the Lake Superior region, acquired ships and ore-handling facilities, and joined forces in 1884 with Henry Clay Fric ...icence. His first gift was a library to his native town of Dunfermline in 1882. In 1898 he built The Carnegie Library in Homestead, Pennsylvania. Besides
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  • Carnegie purchased iron ore lands in the Lake Superior region, acquired ships and ore-handling facilities, and joined forces in 1884 with Henry Clay Fric ...icence. His first gift was a library to his native town of Dunfermline in 1882. In 1898 he built The Carnegie Library in Homestead, Pennsylvania. Besides
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  • In 1882 a classmate invited Wilson to become a partner in a new law practice in Atl ...ant sailors. As response to the ''Titanic'' disaster, it also required all ships to be retrofitted with lifeboats. Ironically, although in the long term the
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  • ...of the [[Chinese Exclusion Act (United States)|Chinese Exclusion Act]] in 1882. The Act was upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1889, and it would not be
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  • ...upgrade its transportation system. The ''Milwaukee Journal,'' launched in 1882, by the Lute Nieman, soon became the leading daily newspaper in the state. ...on was the nation's leading supplier of gear drives for military and cargo ships, while Allen-Bradley produced motor controls and electronic components for
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  • ...gained recognition as a serious historian. His ''The Naval War of 1812'' (1882) was the standard history for two generations. For that book, Roosevelt und ...display was designed as a show of force to impress the Japanese. Yet, the ships were almost forced to return because of the inadequacy of American ports in
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