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From: "David C. Richardson" <>
Subject: Re: Boston pilot's
Date: Mon, 15 Mar 1999 17:01:26 -0500
Pilots in most harbors worked for the Harbor Master. The went aboard
incoming and departing ships and directed their movement including the tug
boats from the outer buoy to the dock and back out to the outer buoy.
If your looking for information on a particular pilot I'd start with the
office of the Boston Harbor Master.
Norman T. White Jr. wrote:
> my father in law was a Boston Harbor pilot for years. Where can I get info
> about them. They ran the tugs in Boston Harbor from what I gather.
David C. Richardson (wife Emma)
130 Gingercake Ct.
Fayetteville GA 30214-7600
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