Rescue: True Stories of the U. S. Life-Saving Service

Rescue: True Stories of the U. S. Life-Saving Service
This is the second collection of articles originally published in Wreck and Rescue Journal. The book is edited by John Galluzzo, and contains an introduction by Frederick Stonehouse. The following is a partial list of topics and authors. 

  • The Pendleton Rescue by Captain Russell Webster
  • Captain Benjamin Rich and the Massachusetts Humane Society by John Galluzzo
  • Ships Fear Fire More Than Water by Carolyn Matthews
  • The Francis Metallic Surfboat by Fred Stonehouse
  • White Head Lifesaving Station, 1973-1878 by David Gamage
  • The Sturgeon Point Life-Saving Station by William D Peterson
  • Henry Cleary: Showman of the Service by Fred Stonehouse
  • Shipwrecks on the Jersey Shore by Margaret Thomas Buchholz
  • Surfman Attacked and Robbed on Patrol by John Galluzzo
  • Lawrence O. Lawson: and Extraordinary Keeper by Dennis Noble
  • The Indian River Station and the Wreck of the Anna Murray by Bob Trapani, Jr.
  • Captain Motley and the Surfmen of Middle Island, Michigan by Eric Hartlep
  • The Columbia River Rescue of the Rosecrans by Fred Stonehouse
  • The Story of Ocean City’s Jack Jernee by Fred Miller
  • The Great Rum War on Long Island by Van Field
  • The Wreck of the Robert E. Lee by John Galluzzo
  • The 1936 Ice Rescue at Charlevoix, Michigan by Geoffrey Reynolds
  • Coast Guard Boot Camp at Cape May in 1951 by Frederick “Bud” Cooney
  • The Gilbert’s Bar House of Refuge by Cara Blasko
  • The Royal National Lifeboat Institution in Ireland by Nicholas Leach
  • A Day in the Life of Coast Guard Station Point Allerton by John Galluzzo
  • The Lifesavers of Coast Guard Station Tillamook Bay by Dennis Noble

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