Some articles on seamen:

Seamen's Haven - List of Managers
... Michelle and Stephen Burchert Visiting Seamen and Ship Counts 1100 ... seamen 80 ships 3129 ... seamen 2243 ... seamen 120 ships 2100 ... seamen 1280 ... seamen 93 ...
Maritime History Of The United States (1900–1999) - 1930-1941 - Rise of The NMU
... Seamen along the East Coast struck to protect the treatment of the S.S ... a leader of the 10-week strike, eventually forming a supportive association known as the Seamen's Defense Committee ... The four-month strike idled 50,000 seamen and 300 ships along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts ...
Seamen's Haven - Special Visitors
... John Hough Stanley Heesom Cadet Domingo Ramgel, 115,000 visitor to Seamen's Haven Captain Derek Drewe, President, Seamen’s Haven 1990–2002, Former ... Hamilton, President Seamen’s Haven, 1940–1959 Mrs ... Alice Riley, President Seamen’s Haven, 1960–1980 ...
Phil Seamen
... Phillip William "Phil" Seamen (28 August 1926 in Burton-on-Trent – 13 October 1972) was an English jazz drummer ... With a solid background in big band music, Seamen played and recorded in a wide range of musical contexts with virtually every key figure of 1950s and 1960s British jazz ... Ginger Baker's Air Force, the leader of the band being one of Seamen's foremost disciples ...
Maritime History Of The United States - History - The 19th Century - The 1890s
... July 29, 1891, Andrew Furuseth merged the Coast Seamen's Union with the Steamship Sailor's Union to form the new Sailors' Union of the Pacific ... Originally formed as the National Union of Seamen of America in 1892 in Chicago, Illinois, the organization was a federation of independent unions, including ... of Labor, in 1893 and in took the name International Seamen's Union of America in 1895 ...

Famous quotes containing the word seamen:

    There were gentlemen and there were seamen in the navy of Charles the Second. But the seamen were not gentlemen; and the gentlemen were not seamen.
    Thomas Babington Macaulay (1800–1859)

    Columbus’s doom-burdened caravels
    Slant to the shore, and all their seamen land.
    Sir John Collings Squire (1884–1958)