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2 edition of War log of the U. S. S. St. Louis, February 4, 1917, July 2, 1919 found in the catalog.

War log of the U. S. S. St. Louis, February 4, 1917, July 2, 1919

by St. Louis (Steamship) [from old catalog]

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Published by Wynkoop, Hallenbeck, Crawford company, printers in New York city .
Written in English


Classifications
LC ClassificationsD589.U7 S4
The Physical Object
Pagination78 p.
Number of Pages78
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24633015M
LC Control Number19012816

U.S. WWII Hospital Admission Card Files, (has million entries) U.S., Navy and Marines Awards and Decorations, (has million entries) U.S. World War II Cadet Nursing Corps Card Files, American Jewish Historical Society WWII Jewish Servicemen Cards, World War II Prisoners of War, ; and. The U.S. Navy's transatlantic flight expedition began on 8 May The NC-4 started out in the company of two other Curtiss NCs, the NC-1 and the NC-3 (with the NC-2 having been cannibalized for spare parts to repair the NC-1 before this group of planes had even left New York City).The three aircraft left from Naval Air Station Rockaway, with intermediate stops at the Chatham Naval Air Manufacturer: Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company.

Employee's History forms for employees of the Collector's Office of the St. Louis District, U.S. Customs Service, ; Oaths of Office letter book for employees of the St. Louis District, U.S. Customs Service, ; Missouri Penitentiary Convict Lists, (incomplete run) Medical. Saint Louis Medical Society: Centennial Volume. Surname, Given names: Died *Spouse: Abel, Maria: J , St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri: Casper Asinger § Abeles, Amelia: January 7, , St. Louis.

The U. S. S. Scorpion, a converted yacht purchased for use during the Spanish War in which had been the American stationnaire at Constantinople for a number of years, was interned in On November 9, the Scorpion was permitted to raise its flag and began to receive military equipment which had been removed by the Turks. U.S., Navy Casualties Books, by SLPL_Genealogy June 4, This record collection in Ancestry Library Edition (Ancestry LE) indexes a number of books documenting naval history stretching back to the U.S. Navy’s early days.


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War log of the U. S. S. St. Louis, February 4, 1917, July 2, 1919 by St. Louis (Steamship) [from old catalog] Download PDF EPUB FB2

War log of the U. Louis, February 4,July 2, Item PreviewPages: Full text of "War log of the U. Louis, February 4,July 2, by U. Louis JUL 26 ^11 February 4, July 2, Published with the permission of the Navy Departi ©Ci.A ' TO OUR GALLANT SHIPMATES OF THE CRUISER AND TRANSPORT FORCE, THIS BOOKLET IS DEDICATED Like a piece of driftwood, tossed on the.

List of Related Series The National Personnel Records Center maintains 20th century U.S. military and civilian personal data series. This includes many collections related to military service in World War I that are a part of the Archival Programs Division within the National Archives at St.

Louis. United States Army in the World War, Organization of the American Expeditionary Forces, Volume 1; Policy-forming Documents of the American Expeditionary Forces, Volume 2; February 4 and Use of American Units With the British and French, Volume 3; Early Military Operations of the American Expeditionary Forces, Volume 4.

Maps of St. Louis wards are available on a CD-ROM from St. Louis Genealogical Society. The WWI draft card documents your ancestor’s location in or This primary document was made with the man standing in front of the registrar.

The card contains the man’s signature, his birth date, and place, plus additional family information. The East St. Louis riots or East St.

Louis massacres were a series of outbreaks of labor- and race-related violence by people that caused the deaths of an estimated 40– African Americans in late May and early July Another 6, blacks were left homeless, and the rioting and vandalism cost approximately $, ($7, in ) in property 1919 book Rioting, lynching.

SS St. Louis, was a transatlantic passenger liner built by the William Cramp & Sons Building & Engine Company, Philadelphia and was launched on 12 November ; sponsored by Mrs.

Grover Cleveland, wife of the President of the United States; and entered merchant service inunder United States registry for the International Navigation Co., of New York City with her maiden voyage between Speed: 20 knots (37 km/h; 23 mph).

The United States Navy proved him wrong, first by disembarking troops at Saint-Nazaire in June and later by helping to keep the sea lanes to Great Britain open, thereby keeping that nation in the war. On 4 JulyU.S. Army Colonel Charles Stanton stood in front of the tomb of Revolutionary War hero Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette.

service from July to September (prewar) NARA at St. Louis maintains World War II through Vietnam era Selective Service Records – men born Ap to Ma Finding Your World War I Veteran at The National Archives at St.

Louis. Records Relating to PersonnelGeneral correspondence. Other records. Records Relating to Finance and AccountingGeneral records. Records relating to claims. Records of the Office of the HistorianRecords of Boards and Committees. Louis's first convoy duty began on 17 June when she departed New York in escort of Group 4, American Expeditionary Force.

Returning to Boston for repairs on 19 Julyshe had completed six additional voyages, escorting convoys bound from New York for ports in Britain and France by the end of the : ft 6 in ( m)oa, ft ( m)pp. September 12–16 Battle of St. Mihiel; first U.S. led offensive in World War I proves largely successful September 14 Socialist leader Eugene Debs is sentenced to ten years imprisonment for violating the Espionage Act by giving an anti-war speech.

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He’s referring to an incident that survivors call the East St. Louis Race War. From July 1 through July 3,a small Illinois city located across the river from its Missouri counterpart was Author: Allison Keyes.

Records of boards established prior to U.S. entry into World War I; Records of ordnance boards, World War I and later; RECORDS OF ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT UNITS (CIVIL WAR TO WORLD WAR I) ; RECORDS OF ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT UNITS (WORLD WAR I) (bulk ) Records of the Carriage Division.

U.S. Involvement in World War II (–) WWII's roots lie in the end of WWI—beginning with a treaty that left Germany destitute and hungry. Adolf Hitler easily charmed the German people with ideas of a greater Germany—which ultimately extended into the occupation of other nations and led to full-scale world war that would involve more.

In East St. Louis, Illinois, corrupt city officials and industrialists had openly courted Southern blacks, luring them North to replace striking white laborers. This tinderbox erupted on July 2, into what would become one of the bloodiest American riots of the World War era.

Its impact was enormous/5(21). The United States entered World War I in April Over million men and women served in the regular U.S. forces, national guard units, and draft units with about million serving overseas.

There w killed in action, 63, deaths from disease and other causes, and aboutwounded. Richard J. Beamish and Francis A. March. – Junior League of St.

Louis organized. – MacArthur Bridge opens. Poro beauty school opens. League of Women Voters of St. Louis organized. City Hospital No. 2 begins operating. Pine Street YMCA opens. Chase Hotel built. Population:WEW radio begins broadcasting.

After World War I, the nationwide prohibition of alcohol in brought heavy losses to the St. Louis brewing industry.

Other industries, such as light manufacturing of clothing, automobile manufacturing, and chemical production, filled much of the gap, and St. Louis's economy was relatively diversified and healthy during the s. Civil War Book Review "A great read for local Civil War buffs and all of us enchanted by the city’s past Gerteis fills his narrative with vignettes that vividly capture the tone, mood, and values of the time."—St.

Louis Post-DispatchBrand: University Press of Kansas. BY WALTER OPINDE On this day, 2 nd Julythe East St. Louis, Illinois, race riot erupted.

The riot was arguably one of the worst race riots of the early 20 th century. At least African-Americans died (some sources put the figure at nearly ), and over 6, were left homeless.