The United States coast guard on the Great Lakes
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Published by Elderberry Press in Oakland, Or .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • United States. -- Coast Guard -- History.,
  • Great Lakes (North America) -- History.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 182-208) and index.

StatementThomas P. Ostrom.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsVG53 .O88 2007
The Physical Object
Pagination223 p. :
Number of Pages223
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22695062M
ISBN 10193276271X
ISBN 109781932762716
LC Control Number2006934154

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From the Publisher: The United States Coast Guard traces its origins to , but was not officially named until At last there is one definitive volume describing its history on The Great Lakes from inception to the present. This book, A History of the Coast Guard on the Great Lakes, is a regional history of the Coast Guard on the Inland Seas. The seasonal extremes of the humid continental climate on the Lakes are associated with pleasant summers, severe storms, high seas and winter ice. FREE DOWNLOAD!Download this FREE e-Book, and enjoy fascinating detail on the United States Coast Guard on the Great Lakes. NIGHT OWL REVIEWS noted: "Another great resource for researchers from USCG historian, Thomas P. Ostrom." This time, Ostrom focuses on lighthouses, life-saving, law enforcement, aids to navigation, environmental protection, commerce, ice breaking, port . The Coast Guard’s 9th District Headquarters in Cleveland is responsible for Coast Guard activities throughout the five Great Lakes, the Saint Lawrence Seaway and parts of the surrounding states including 6, miles of shoreline and 1, miles of the international border with Canada.

The United States Coast Pilot® consists of a series of nautical books that cover a variety of information important to navigators of coastal and intracoastal waters and the Great Lakes. Issued in nine volumes, they contain supplemental information that is difficult to portray on a nautical chart. Guardians of the Great Lakes The Ninth Coast Guard District is responsible for all Coast Guard operations throughout the five Great Lakes, the Saint Lawrence Seaway and parts of the surrounding states including 6, miles of shoreline and 1, miles of the international border with Canada. 5 the Coast Guard Authorization Act of to make 6 recommendations to the secretary of matters 7 relating to Great Lakes pilotage, including 8 previews of proposed Great Lakes Pilotage 9 regulations and policies. 10 The U.S. Government establishes 11 advisory committees so that non-governmental. The effective date for the Inland Navigation rules was Decem , except for the Great Lakes where the effective date was March 1, In the Coast Guard was given authority to transfer the Inland Navigation Rules from United States Code to Regulations.

(This book contains parts to ) Part CHAPTER I—Coast Guard, Department of Homeland Security U.S.C.G. = United States Coast Guard. Great Lakes. Identification credentials. Form of Coast Guard Port Security.   The Coast Guard Cutter Mackinaw, a foot heavy icebreaker, breaks ice near Marine City, Mich., along the St. Clair River, Jan. 28, The cutter was operating as part of Operation Taconite, which is the ice breaking operation for the northern Great Lakes. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Daniel R. Michelson). United States Coast Guard LIGHT LIST Volume VII GREAT LAKES Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River above the St. Regis River This publication contains a list of lights, sound signals, buoys, daybeacons, and other aids to navigation. IMPORTANT. THIS PUBLICATION SHOULD BE CORRECTED EACH WEEK FROM THE LOCAL NOTICES TO MARINERS. District 9 is a United States Coast Guard district located at the Anthony J. Celebrezze Federal Building in Cleveland, Ohio. District 9 is responsible for all Coast Guard operations on the five Great Lakes, the Saint Lawrence Seaway, and surrounding states accumulating 6, miles of shoreline and 1, miles of international shoreline with Canada.