Ship sales, requisition of vessels from the Grace line and the United States line.

Hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on the Merchant Marine and Fisheries, House of Representatives, Seventy-ninth Congress, second session, on H.R. 3603, a bill for the sale of surplus war-built vessels, and for other purposes. July 31, 1946
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Grace Lines, United States Lines Company, Merchant marine -- United States, Requisitions, Military -- United States, Government property -- Registration and transfer -- United S
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Contributor: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries Date:   Cruise History – THE GRACE LINE – In the mid s, the Irish-born Grace brothers, William Russell and Michael, established Ship sales commercial and shipping business in Callao, the port of Lima, Peru.

They prospered, especially in the exporting of guano from the Chincha Islands to the United States, where this fertilizer was in considerable demand. Grace established regular steamship service in with a subsidiary called the New York & Pacific Steamship Co., operating under the British flag because ships built outside the United States were banned from US registry until US-flag service began in with the Atlantic and Pacific Steamship Company.

Grace Line History and Ephemera. The Grace Line (Started by W. Grace & Company) operated as a steamship line from until Beginning in the s, Grace Line established passenger service between New York and Seattle via the Panama Canal.

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file. The third Franklin, a ship-of-the-line, built in under the supervision of Samuel Humpherys, was the first vessel to be laid down at the Philadelphia Navy Yard. ByThe United States had 7, vessels moving 2, tons of merchandise.

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Merchant Logbooks. On June 6, there were 84 voluntarily inactive large ships of foreign registry in American ports. The Ship Requisition Act signed on that day allowed the Coast Guard to seize these vessels for the war effort.

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