1849 - Melvil Dewey - Completed as Samsacola Loan Great Britain 2261 - Francis W. Parker 2086 - Anthony Ravalli 2687 - William H. Clagett - USAT 2202 - Charles A. 1850 - Frederick Banting 1509 - John B. Lennon 0486 - O. Henry 2165 - Frank C. Emerson 0860 - Collis P. Huntington 2312 - Carl E. Ladd - USAT 3026 - John Chester Kendall - USAT 0785 - Charles Sumner 2122 - William A. Coulter 2852 - Beckley Seam 1997 - John N. Maffitt 2120 - John W. Meldrum 2432 - Ben Robertson 1208 - Grant Wood 2140 - Charles G. Coutant 0243 - Kit Carson Drain 1011 - John Stevenson - YAG 2435 - Samhorn - Loan Great Britain 2593 - Samlossie - Loan Great Britain In November 1942, one of Kaiser's Richmond yards built a Liberty Ship ( Robert E. Peary) in 4 days, 15 hours, and 29 minutes as a publicity stunt. 0611 - Ezra Meeker - USAT 2266 - Walter Wyman 1869 - Gutzon Borglum, 1718 2675 - George M. Verity Book your Carnival Liberty cruise today! To make the same run in less than 100 days was considered remarkable, and only 18 sailing ships ever accomplished that.The New York to San Francisco record was only bettered twice, … The Flying Cloud: Designed by Donald McKay, the Flying Cloud became famous for setting a spectacular speed record, sailing from New York City to San Francisco in 89 days and 21 hours in the summer of 1851. 2845 - Laurence J. Gallagher 2992 - Wallace M. Tyler 0397 - Joseph Henry [1751] 2863 - Jacob Sloat Fassett Newspapers and magazines called them “Ugly Ducklings” and Roosevelt, a yachtsman and former undersecretary of the Navy, referred to one that he saw as “a dreadful looking object.”, Industrialist Henry J. Kaiser (right) and his wife Bess. 0072 - Nathan Hale - USAT 2423 - William Becknell - Launched as AK 121 Sabik 3145 - Charles H. Cugle - USAT 1565 - Floyd B. Olson They were a wonderful idea. 2354 - Samselbu - Loan Great Britain 3089 - William A. Dobson (II) 2113 - William J. Palmer - USAT Carnival Liberty is one cruise ship that’s ready to put the fun back into your vacation with plenty of ways to enjoy your time away. 2373 - Cassius Hudson 0450 - Samuel de Champlain 1705 - Floyd Bennett 2660 - Edward A. Savoy 0819 - John N. Robins 1778 - Marie M. Meloney 2372 - Arthur J. Tyrer 2724 - William Vaughn Moody 2126 - George H. Powell 1114 - Hobart Baker - USAT 0214 - John Sullivan - WSAT (550) USAT 1650 - Jedediah S. Smith 0736 - William James Broadly defined, landing ships are transport vessels large enough to carry troops and heavy equipment to the debarkation area, from where landing craft complete the journey to the beach. 0134 - Joshua Seney - WSAT (504) USAT 1834 - Ross G. Marvin - Completed as Samtroy Loan Great Britain 0013 - Joseph Wheeler - USAT 2292 - Mary A. Livermore 0262 - Matthew Thornton 0719 - James G. Birney - USAT 0317 - David G. Farragut - WSAT (550) USAT 1936 - Sam Houston II - USAT 2480 - Hugh J. Kilpatrick 2760 - Sidney H. Short - USAT 1838 - Louis Kossuth 2744 - Cornelius Vanderbilt 0276 - Stephen C. Foster 1994 - Richmond P. Hobson - USAT 2794 - Robert W. Bingham - Completed as Army Aircraft Repair Ship Brig. 2020 - Joseph C. Avery - Loan USSR Kherson 3058 - Michael Anagnos 0960 - John J. Abel 1653 - Charles Crocker - USAT 0770 - John Murray Forbes - WSAT (550) USAT 0815 - John Mason This act was a major event leading up to the Revolutionary War. 0741 - Clark Mills - WSAT (550) USAT 2770 - H. Weir Cook 2690 - Edward P. Ripley 0236 - John Sevier 1744 - Henry L. Ellsworth 1960 - Albert S. Burleson 2783 - James A. 2625 - Samloyal - Loan Great Britain 0007 - Judah P. Benjamin - USAT 1563 - Christopher C. Andrews - AK 107 Hyperion built to a standardized, mass produced design. 1955 - Thomas W. Gregory 2256 - Peter White 1626 - Cass Gilbert - Completed as Stepan Razin Loan USSR 1526 - Dwight L. Moody 1099 - Luther Burbank - AK 92 Eridanus 2517 - Fred Herrling 1743 - Irwin Russell 3102 - Lawrence T. Sullivan - Completed as Belgian Amity Loan Belgium 1536 - Frederic C. Howe - USAT 0838 - Fitzhugh Lee (II) - USAT 2644 - Samskern - Loan Great Britain 1924 - Horace H. Harvey 0678 - Gaspar De Portola 0546 - Jason Lee - USAT 3004 - Stanton H. King 2370 - R. Walton Moore - USAT 1656 - Thomas Oliver Larkin - AK 99 Bootes 0423 - George Westinghouse 0024 - George Wythe - USAT 2232 - Charles Paddock 0679 - Luis Arguello 1799 - Lyon G. Tyler - Completed as Samnebra Loan Great Britain, 2390 and locomotives lashed to its deck. 2438 - John E. Sweet King Eric G. Gibson 2223 - Samstrae - Loan Great Britain 2579 - Elwood Mead 0484 - Joaquin Miller - WSAT (550) USAT 0400 - Russell A. Alger [1754] 0345 - Lyman Hall - USAT 1209 - Edward M. House 0300 - Peter H. Burnett - IX 104 P. H. Burnett Industrialist Henry J. Kaiser couldn’t turn back the clock. 2866 - Ruben Dario It contained nothing but some trash and a few puddles of water. 1735 - Mary Ashley Townsend 0971 - Joseph P. Bradley 2082 - Midwest Farmer 1808 - J. Whitridge Williams - Loan Great Britain Samsylvan 2638 - Samspeed - Loan Great Britain - I. 0878 - John Harvey - WSAT (504) USAT 2581 - John W. Troy 1981 - Lee S. Overman - USAT 1625 - Edward Bellamy 0502 - David Davis - Completed as AK 74 Carina 2160 - Frank A. Munsey LIBERTY SHIP CAPACOÛY COMMISSION ENGINEERING CO. 55 sr. NEW YORK N.Y. 1 Of 6 www.ssrichardmontgomery.com . 1062 - William Black Yates 1697 - Marcus Daly 2971 - Pontus H. Ross 0721 - Rachel Jackson 3074 - Edmond Mallet 1674 - Florence Crittenton - USAT 2501 - George E. Waldo 2115 - Ethan A. Hitchcock 2068 - David F. Barry 2107 - John G. North - Completed as Samark Loan Great Britain 2054 - William Hume - USAT 0868 - Penelope Barker - USAT 2117 - William W. Campbell 2694 - Jay Cooke - Loan USSR General Vatutin 0572 - Samuel Seabury - USAT A Liberty ship was designed to carry about 10,000 tons of cargo, but in wartime conditions often carried much more. 2235 - Allen C. Balch 0288 - Peter Silvester - USAT 1897 - Paul Dunbar - Loan USSR Byelgorod 2988 - Daniel L. Johnston 2095 - John G. Brady 0818 - William H. Todd - Completed as Ameriki 1993 - Thomas W. Owen 0579 - Henry Dearborn - USAT 0829 - John Armstrong - USAT 1662 - Josiah Earl But he did the next best thing. 2869 - Charles A. Keffer - USAT 0735 - William G. Fargo 3131 - Walter F. Perry - USAT 2461 - Charles W. Wooster - USAT 1501 - Henry W. Grady One Liberty ship even fought back and sank a German Armed Merchant Cruiser. 0154 - Thomas Sumter - WSAT AP USAT 0609 - John Burke - USAT initials and includes the Maritime Commission Hull Number for all 0776 - Noah Webster - WSAT (550) USAT 0558 - Elijah White - USAT 2803 - Milton H. Smith War Shipping Administration, Press Releases 1941-1945 0076 - William Floyd - WSAT (550) USAT 2227 - Annie Oakley - Completed as Samida Loan Great Britain 3061 - James T. Fields 0070 - Robert Morris 2942 - Tomas Guardia House Committee Leaders Press U.S. Coast Guard to Adopt NAS Recommendations on Unmanned Systems, Corps of Engineers Restores Nature with Nature, B-1B Lancer Completes Successful External Release Demonstration, Boeing’s Autonomous MQ-25 Completes First Test Flight with Aerial Refueling Store, New Three-Nation Composite Special Operations Component Command (C-SOCC) Headquarters Fully Operational, Top Military Shots DEC 13, 2019 | Photo Gallery, Top Military Shots Oct 18, 2019 | Photo Gallery, Top Military Shots Oct 11, 2019 | Photo Gallery, USS Indianapolis (LCS 17) Completes Trials | Video, Army Research Lab Selects 3D Systems to Develop World’s Largest, Fastest Metal Powder 3D Printer, Top Military Shots Oct 24, 2019 | Photo Gallery, Top Military Shots Oct 4, 2019 | Photo Gallery, Top Military Shots Sep 27, 2019 | Photo Gallery. 0711 - Phineas Banning 2551 - Hart Crane 0592 - James B. Eads - USAT 1506 - Robert Battey 0496 - William Cushing - WSAT (550) USAT