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Image from page 115 of "Pilot lore; from sail to steam" (1922)

Identifier: pilotlorefromsai00unit

Title: Pilot lore; from sail to steam

Year: 1922 (1920s)

Authors: United New York and New Jersey Sandy Hook Pilots Benevolent Associations National Service Bureau Allen, Edward L

Subjects: Shipping -- New York (State) New York Pilots and pilotage -- New York (State) New York New York (N.Y.) -- Harbor

Publisher: [New York]

Contributing Library: University of California Libraries

Digitizing Sponsor: MSN


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fc. 5U Ci t> ft - ^ ~c: o -a N o . 5* o o X ^ ~ O Hi f-i i—i £ O i-l ti § •> i—i P-, C J- as .& K^ ^ ht p thehipi/( fen THE SECOND STEAM PILOT BOAT WITH the New .Jersey (since sunk) the Sandy Hook pilots gottheir second modern steam pilot boat. She went in com-mission on November 12, 1902. The New York and theNew .Jersey Pilots Associations now having united, the New Jerseyand her sister pilot boat, the New York, jointly took up the taskof doing full pilot duty at the lightship at the entrance to theharbor, using several of the old sailing pilot boats only foremergency. The New Jersey was a staunch craft—a credit to herTottenville builders, A. C. Brown & Sons. Her machinery was in-stalled by Alexander Miller and Brother, Jersey City. The NewJersey was as complete in her appointments as the New Yorkand, in addition, was so constructed that she could be used asan ice-breaking ram during severe


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Taken circa 1922