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Item #An account of the Tugboats response and rescue during 9/11

By Mike Magee, MD
Softcover / 141 Pages / 8x8 / Published 2002
56 Photos

On the morning of September 11, 2001, as the World Trade Center tragedy unfolded, thousands of men and women on or near the waters of New York harbor converged to help in any way possible. Answering the U.S. Coast Guard radio call for “all available boats,” hundreds of vessels of all types raced across the Hudson and East Rivers and the Upper Bay of New York harbor. Over the course of the day; tugboats, ferries and private vessels would evacuate over 300,000 people from Manhattan, pump water to feed hoses, bring in needed supplies, rescue people in the water, and carry firefighters, police and medical and emergency service workers to Ground Zero. This is their story.

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Tugboats n’ Towlines
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Tugboats n’ Towlines
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By Warren Salinger
New / Hardback / 128 Pages / 9x11.5 / Published 2003 Highly Photographic

New / Hard to find

From 30 different US seaports on all three coasts and Lake Michigan, Warren Salinger brings us a highly photographic tugboat book.

These pages feature strictly tugs of various sizes, from the small logging tugs in the Pacific Northwest to the state-of-the-art tractor tugs in major U.S. harbors. He includes interviews working captains and their crews. Salinger also describes the many fascinating aspects of the tugboat industry.

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The Monongahela
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The Monongahela
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By Arthur Parker
Hardback / 216 Pages / 8.5x11 / Published 1999
79 Photographs and Illustrations

The Monongahela River in western Pennsylvania, one of three rivers that meet at the Golden Triangle in Pittsburgh, has a rich history associated with the westward expansion of the nation during the colonial era and with the development of America as an industrial power beginning in the nineteenth century.

All this fascinating history is told here as the author, with camera in hand, takes a ride in a towboat along the Monongahela to experience life as it is still lived daily by those who work and play on the river. His anecdotes and interviews, along with a full panoply of illustrations new and old, help enliven the tale the river has to tell, for those who want to remember its rich past and those who will have their lives affected by its future.

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Climbing the Mississippi River Bridge by Bridge Vol.#1
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Climbing the Mississippi River Bridge by Bridge Vol.#1

By Mary Charlotte Aubry Costello

85 illustrations | 198 pages | 11" x 8-1/2" | softcover

When Costello retired, she gathered her sketch book and note pad and set about to collect as much information as she could on the bridges of the Mississippi. These unique books contain original pen and ink portraits of each bridge as well as historical, anecdotal and statistical information about their architecture. Volume I covers the 86 bridges from New Orleans to the Iowa/Minnesota border.

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Mississippi and the Making of a Nation
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Mississippi and the Making of a Nation
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By Stephen Ambrose & Douglas Brinkley
Photography by Sam Abell

Hardback/288 Pages/245 full-color photos/9.5 x 11.1 x 1.0 inches/Published 2002


Acclaimed historians Stephen Ambrose and Douglas Brinkley explore the entire length of the Mississippi River from its source at Lake Itasca, Minnesota, to its mouth at Delacroix Island, Louisiana, discussing its continuing significance in American history, accompanied with pictures by National Geographic photographers. This beautiful, large-format book is a captivating, full-color presentation of the Mighty Miss that will be enjoyed for many years to come.

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Come Hell or High Water     A Lively History of Steamboating
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Come Hell or High Water A Lively History of Steamboating

Come Hell or High Water is a delightful and informative anthology of accounts from steamboat passengers, crews and newspapermen from the nineteenth century. Michael Gillespie explores all aspects of steamboat travel from the development and construction of the vessels to personal accounts of steamboat races, accidents and the pleasures of steamboating on the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers.

336 pages / 6" x 9" /softcover/ Published 2002

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Climbing the Mississippi River Bridge by Bridge Vol#2
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Climbing the Mississippi River Bridge by Bridge Vol#2

By Mary Charlotte Aubry Costello

150 illustrations | 298 pages | 11" x 8-1/2" | softcover

When Costello retired, she gathered her sketch book and note pad and set about to collect as much information as she could on the bridges of the Mississippi. These unique books contain original pen and ink portraits of each bridge as well as historical, anecdotal and statistical information about their architecture. Volume II covers the 135 bridges in Minnesota right up to the Great River’s source.

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Mississippi & Ohio River Book Set
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Mississippi & Ohio River Book Set

The Mississippi by Theodor Geus

In pictures and prose, the author and several gifted photographers
show readers the many faces of "the father of water."
A real treat for history lovers, armchair adventurers,
and all who fall under the spell of the mighty Mississippi.


"Will delight the history buff, riverboat enthusiast, naturalist
and dedicated river watcher.”-- Chattanooga Times


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The Ohio River by John Ed Pearce and Richard Nugent

Drawn by the power of this great river, writer John Ed Pearce and photographer Richard Nugent have traveled the Ohio from Pittsburgh to Cairo and back, seeking out the scenes, the echoes of history, the rhythms of life for those who call the Ohio home. This book is the record of their discoveries—on the river itself and in the villages and cities and farmlands that form it shores. The Ohio River includes many outstanding towboat photos and aerial river photos.

Both books are New / Hardback / 190 Pages / 9½x12¼ / Published 1989
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