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Wage bargaining on the vessels of the Great Lakes
Henry Elmer Hoagland
|Statement||[by] Henry Elmer Hoagland.|
|Series||University of Illinois studies in the social sciences -- v. 6, no. 3. Sept. 1917., Illinois studies in the social sciences -- v. 6, no. 3.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||123|
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Publisher: Author: Henry Elmer Hoagland. Harry Coulby (January 1, – Janu ) was a British American businessman known as the "Czar of the Great Lakes" for his expertise in managing the Great Lakes shipping fleet of Pickands Mather & Company.
and the Pittsburgh Steamship retiring, he served as the first mayor of the newly incorporated town of Wickliffe, former home, Coulallenby, Born: January 1,Claypole. Inthere were 78 self-propelled vessels operating in the Great Lakes iron ore, coal and stone trades, compared to about vessels 10 years earlier.
Today, this fleet is down to only 44 vessels - clearly, this is not your father's U.S.-flagged Great Lakes bulk fleet.
This disturbing downward trend will not reverse itself. The ship was the last Great Lakes vessel built in Lorain and was renamed in for then-Interlake vice chairman Paul R.
Tregurtha inwho was also chairman of the firm's parent company. Don. The paper draws on findings from 17 in-depth interviews with current and former seafarers and managers from Canadian shipping companies operating vessels on the Great Lakes and St.
Lawrence Seaway carried out between July and Apriland on findings from a review of relevant statutes and legal cases. He also thinks the work in the Great Lakes shipping industry is well worth it.
"Back where I live, you either work on a dairy farm or cut down trees for a living. It's minimum wage. Browse by Vessel Name.
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Wage Bargaining on the Vessels of the Great Lakes. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, Holden v. Hardy, United States (). Hoxie, Robert. Trade Unionism in the United States. New York: Macmillan, Jensen, Vernon H. Heritage of Conflict. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, Lane, Winthrop D.
Civil War in West Virginia. An able seaman (AB) is a naval rating of the deck department of a merchant ship with more than two years' experience at sea and considered "well acquainted with his duty".
An AB may work as a watchstander, a day worker, or a combination of Wage bargaining on the vessels of the Great Lakes book roles. Once a sufficient amount of sea time is acquired, then the AB can apply to take a series of courses/examinations to become. Updated Aug Introduction U.S.
immigration officials did not regulate the presence of alien vessel crewmen in the U.S. until Vessel crew lists for the Great Lakes are available for the s to s for selected ports, and are part of Record Group (RG) 85, Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service.
Crew lists exist only for those vessels whose. The following rules must be observed: (1) The employer must notify the employee about the tip credit allowance before the credit is utilized; (2) The employees must be allowed to retain all tips (individually or collectively); (3) The employer must be able to show by records that the employee receives at least the applicable SCA minimum wage.
2 oldest freighters on Great Lakes pass each other at Soo Locks Updated ; Posted The Lee A. Tregurtha and the Alpena pass each other at the Soo Locks on July 3, The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts water transportation occupations -- including captains, mates and pilots -- will grow by 20 percent between and The recovering economy should increase demand for waterway freight shipping, and job growth is likely to be heaviest on inland rivers, the Great Lakes, and along the coasts.
Inthere were just 5 self-unloading cement vessels as part of the Great Lakes shipping fleet. Their total capacity per-trip short tons. Indespite still only having 5 vessels in the fleet, the total per-trip capacity was increased to 74, short tons.
No current information is available on the number of vessels actively employed in commercial fishing. NMFS figures forthe most recent vessel employment information available for Great Lakes and inland fisheries, estimated that documented vessels and state-numbered boats operated on the Great Lakes (NMFS, unpublished data, ).
conditions on the vessels of the Great Lakes as will make for a greater wage, and they obey orders, when they understand them, uncom- 1 H. Hoagland: Wage bargaining on the vessels of the Qreat Lukes, p.
a Annual Report oí the Lake Carriers Association,p. GLMS 50 - United Steel Workers Great Lakes Seamen Local Introduction: This collection was donated to the Historical Collections of the Great Lakes on Ma Literary and property rights were transferred to the public.
Duplication is permitted for the purposes of conservation and scholarly research. Great Lakes Engineering Works, or GLEW, was established in on the Detroit River, in Ecorse MI. Inthe company took over the Columbia Iron Works, in St.
Clair MI, which at that time had only built two ships. Multiply the monthly base wage or monthly base benefit wage (which is listed in your collective bargaining agreement) for your rating by This is your annual base wage. Divide the result of step one by This is your daily base wage. Multiply the result of step two by the number of vacation days stated in your contract.
The largest and longest vessel ever built on the Great Lakes at the time, the foot ore carrier SS Edmund Fitzgerald, slides into the. Throughout the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, schooner trade was a well-developed system of maritime transport for commodities such as grain, lumber, and iron.
The schooner trade was as critical to the development of the Great Lakes region as covered wagons were to the Far West and paddle wheel steamers were to the ers sailed the Great Lakes in.
MONTREAL, May The tie-up of Great Lakes shipping continued to spread today. Negotiations between the Seafarers International Union and the Association of Lake Carriers were recessed until. Wages effective 1/1/ - 12/31/ [email protected] hour Wages effective 1/1/ - 12/31/ [email protected] hour Great Lakes Ports to or from vessels in the overseas trade, in the following amount: received by them by reason of their employment under a collective bargaining agreement with the ILA, AFL-CIO and /or any of its Affiliated Local Unions.
Browse by Vessel Name: Starting with the letter A. 1 2 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z. A (3) A. AUGER (1) A. KING (1). The Great Lakes Marine Collection includes books, photographs, articles, ship files, log books, vessel plans, wreck reports and more, documenting vessels that sailed the Great Lakes.
The collection achieved international renown when noted local expert Herman Runge bequeathed his entire marine collection to the library in In the Cleveland Tankers, Inc., company purchased the LSTconverted the vessel to a tanker and assigned the name POLARIS to their new boat during conversion work at the Moore Dry Dock Company in Oakland, California.
The POLARIS set out for the Great Lakes from California by sailing to Panama and using the canal to reach the Caribbean. “On the Great Lakes, it has been estimated that a wintering vessel generates at least $, in economic benefits to the community.” Two other U.S. The Great Lakes are unique for many reasons, one of which is that narrow channels connect them, and they’re a mixing ground of hundreds of thousands vessels, from inner tubes floating down the Detroit River to tribal fishing vessels plying the waters of Lake Superior, to “Salties,” ocean-going cargo ships, transiting the St.
Lawrence Seaway en route to. "Great Lakes Warships " is an Osprey New Vanguard Series entry, authored by naval architect Mark Lardas with illustrations by Paul Wright.
The author sticks to the construction side of the story; battles are referenced only in s: C. Great Lakes vessels are too large D. Great Lakes vessels cannot withstand salty ocean water 6. How long does an ocean-going cargo vessel usually last. 20 years B. 30 years C.
50 years D. 80 years 7. Which of the following make up “The Big Three” cargoes carried by U.S.–flag ships in order of tonnage on the Great Lakes.
Limestone. The Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association (M.E.B.A.) is the oldest maritime trade union in the United States still currently in existence, established in M.E.B.A.
primarily represents licensed mariners, especially deck and engine officers working in the United States Merchant Marine aboard U.S.-flagged is a member union of the AFL–CIO.
No cargo vessel has been lost on the lakes since the Fitzgerald’s sinking in eastern Lake Superior on Nov. 10,which killed 29 crewmen. Waves higher than 30 feet were reported during that.
(2) Utilizes, for all or part of that transportation, a vessel operating on the high seas or the Great Lakes between a port in the United States and a port in a foreign country, except that the term does not include a common carrier engaged in ocean transportation by ferry boat, ocean tramp, or chemical parcel tanker, or by a vessel when.
The Columbus entered the Great Lakes in August to begin four seven-night Great Lakes cruises for North American passengers chartered by the Great Lakes Cruise Company of Ann Arbor, Mich., a division of Conlin Travel. The two remaining cruises are scheduled to take place as planned on Sept.
and Sept. Oct. Bulk cargo ships that carry bulks of materials such as limestone, iron ore, grain, coal or salt from the mines and fields to the populous industrial areas down the Great Lakes.
Shipping Articles The articles of agreement between the captain of a whip and the sailor. Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum: ; () ; Soo Locks Boat Tours: () Featured U.S. Vessels At feet long, the Arthur M.
Anderson is not the largest ship operated by its parent company, the Great Lakes Fleet. Nonetheless, the Anderson isReviews:.
Inships on the Great Lakes carried million tons of ore, and millions tons of coal. Even though dockyards began using unloading hoists like these, workers still shoveled most ore, coal, stone, and grain out of ships’ holds by hand.Section Highlights. Marine Cooks and Stewards The history of the National Union of the Marine Cooks and Stewards was one of segregation and racism until black and Asian workers forced their way into the union in the s.
NUMCS then became a leading civil rights and social justice maritime union. Here you will discover photos, documents, personal histories, library finding.
The Seafarers International Union, Atlantic, Gulf, Lakes and Inland Waters, AFL-CIO, represents professional United States merchant mariners sailing aboard U.S.-flag vessels in the deep sea, Great Lakes and inland trades.
SIU members sail in the three shipboard departments: deck, engine and steward. MORE.