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Restored Henson Images for 2009
Copyright/restriction free for student & teacher educational use. These are essentially public domain. Enjoy!
The tough seamen who stoked the fires of the steamship's boilers, fixed the rigging, hoisted the sails, worked in the kitchen. Full crew list: http://www.matthewhenson.com/rooseveltcrew.htm



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Roosevelt Ship Crew Members:
George A. Wardwell, Chief Engineer
Thomas Gushue, Mate
John Murphy, Boatswain (Stayed over the winter in Etah, Greenland)
Banks Scott, Second Engineer
Charles Percy, Steward
William Pritchard, Cabin Boy (Stayed over the winter in Etah)
John Connors, Seaman
John Coady, Seaman
John Barnes, Seaman
Dennis Murphy, Seaman
George Percy, Seaman
J Bently, Fireman (stoked the steam engines)
Patrick Joyce, Fireman
Patrick Skeans, Fireman
John Wiseman, Fireman

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Verne Robinson. January 24, 2009