Some articles on humane society, massachusetts humane society:
... Life-Saving men and Humane Society volunteers to bring all seven crew members of the Henry R ... son Osceola James, who was Captain of the Hull chapter of the Massachusetts Humane Society on the best course of action ... two agreed that Osceola would send some of his men to Massachusetts Humane Society's Station #18 to retrieve the Hunt Gun stored there and Osceola would ...
... Bronze Life-Saving Medal from the Massachusetts Humane Society for the rescue of the crews of the Delaware and L'Essai on Toddy Rocks on April 1, 1850 ... Silver Life-Saving Medal 1886 from the Massachusetts Humane Society for, "brave and faithful service of more than 40 years" ... Gold Life-Saving Medal from the Massachusetts Humane Society for the rescue of 29 persons from five different vessels during the period of November 25 through 26th 1888 ...
... by volunteers from the local chapter of the Massachusetts Humane Society at Hull heading toward the ship Mohawk which was being “hammered shapeless” off Allerton Beach ... He would continue to save lives for the next six decades as a member Massachusetts Humane Society and later the U.S ... By 1886 he was involved in so many rescues that the Humane Society struck a special silver medal for "Brave and faithful service of more than 40 years." The report said, "During this time he assisted ...
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