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The Life Saving Service of Cape Cod

The Life Saving Service of Cape Cod
Slides from a lecture compiled and given by Rear Admiral Donald MacMillan regarding the history and activities of the U.S. Life Saving Service (1873-1914) on Cape Cod in the vicinity of Provincetown and Truro.
Rear Admiral Donald MacMillan
Boats and boating, Boys, Cape Cod (Mass.) History, Captains, Drowning, Fishing, Fishing boats--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Fishing nets, Fishing villages, Fishing villages--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Life preservers, Lifeboats, Lifesaving, Lifesaving stations--Massachusetts, Lifesaving stations--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Lifesaving stations--Massachusetts--Truro, Peaked Hill Bars Station, Provincetown (Mass.)--History--19th century, Provincetown (Mass.)--History--20th century, Sailing ships, Schooners, Shipwrecks, Shipwrecks--Massachusetts--Cape Cod region, Shipwrecks--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Shipwrecks--Massachusetts--Truro, United States. Life-Saving Service, and MacMillan, Donald B.

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