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A Hundred Years Ago: NEW WAGE PACT SOUGHT

The Sun, New York, 23 September 1917 Original article digitized by the New York Public Library Retrieved from the Library of Congress' Chronicling America web
Mark Baber
9:12 AM
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9343

A Hundred Years Ago: VERDICT ON DOCKMEN'S DEMANDS NEXT WEEK

The Evening World, New York, Original article digitized by the New York Public Library Retrieved from the Library of Congress' Chronicling America web site,
Mark Baber
9:00 PM
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9342

A Hundred Years Ago: WAR SONG SETTLES 'LONGSHORE STRIKE

The Sun, New York, 21 September 1917 Original article digitized by the New York Public Library Retrieved from the Library of Congress' Chronicling America web
Mark Baber
Sep 21
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A Hundred Years Ago: Mediation Offer Flatly Rejected By Longshoremen

New York Tribune, 20 September 1917 Original article digitized by the Library of Congress Retrieved from the Library of Congress' Chronicling America web site,
Mark Baber
Sep 20
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A Hundred Years Ago: STRIKE TO "TIE UP COMMERCE"

The Evening Star, Washington, 19 September 1917 Original article digitized by the Library of Congress Retrieved from the Library of Congress' Chronicling
Mark Baber
Sep 19
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9339

13 September in White Star History

13 September 1879: Beginning a trip advertised as "offering superior accommodations to Tourists en route 'Around the World,'" Oceanic I (Capt. Metcalfe) leaves
Mark Baber
Sep 15
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9338

12 September in White Star History---Revised for 2017

1909 is new. 1913 has been revised in the same way and for the same reason that 1909 was revised yesterday. 12 September 1873: At Halifax, D. H. Pitts buys the
Mark Baber
Sep 15
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9337

11 September in White Star History---Revised for 2017

A few words have been added to 1909, solely for the purpose of helping me find things when I need them. 11 September 1895: When Majestic I (Capt. E. J. Smith)
Mark Baber
Sep 15
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9336

New file uploaded to OceanicSteamNavigationCo

Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the OceanicSteamNavigationCo group. File
OceanicSteamNavigationCo@yahoogroups.com
Sep 9
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9335

A Hundred Years Ago: CONVOYED STEAMSHIPS SUNK

MAB note: The actual date of the sinking of Delphic I was 16 August 1917, and there were five fatalities. The Sun, New York, 9 September 1917 Original article
Mark Baber
Sep 9
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9334

10 September in White Star History---Revised for 2017

1915 has been revised. 10 September 1881: Arabic I (Capt. William G. Pearne) makes her maiden voyage, Liverpool-New York; she will arrive in New York on 20
Mark Baber
Sep 9
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9333

9 September in White Star History---Revised for 2017

1893 is new. The first internal reference in 1947 has been corrected. 9 September 1870: The clipper Jason, see 12 June, arrives at Melbourne. Originally
Mark Baber
Sep 8
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8 September in White Star History---Revised for 2017

1915 is new. 8 September 1881: At the opening of the Port of Liverpool's Alexandra and Langton Docks, Thomas and Margaret Ismay are introduced to the Prince
Mark Baber
Sep 7
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9331

7 September in White Star History

7 September 1869: The clipper ship Hoghton Tower, see 26 June, arrives at Melbourne to complete her maiden voyage. Continued 22 October. (Source: The Argus
Mark Baber
Sep 7
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6 September in White Star History---Revised for 2017

1907 is new. 6 September 1869: Oceanic Steam Navigation Company Limited is registered with an initial capital of £400,000 (400 shares of £1,000 each).
Mark Baber
Sep 7
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