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FC: R.M.S TITANIC LIFEBOAT 15 ABBIE LEDFORD JULIE SNOW

1: About the Titanic RMS Titanic was a passenger ship that hit an iceberg on its maiden voyage from Southampton, England, to New York City, and sank on April 15, 1912. The ship hit an iceberg four days into the voyage, at 11:40 p.m. on April 14, 1912 and sank at 2 :20 the next morning, which lead to the deaths of 1,5 17 people in one of the deadliest ship wrecks in history.

4: Passengers First Class: 325 Second Class: 285 Third Class: 706 Crew: 885

6: Layout Of the Ship

8: Lifeboat 15 (capacity 65 people) was launched from the starboard side at 1.40am under the command of Fireman Frank Dymond. It was the thirteenth boat to leave the Titanic and contained 43 people. -Average age:26 -Ratio of Men to Women: 30 : 13 - Ratio of Crew to passengers: 21 : 22

10: Known Passengers Aboard Lifeboat 15

12: Passengers (Cont.)

13: Mr George Andrew Brereton (George Arthur Brayton / Bradley) Born: Wednesday 11th November 1874 Age: 37 years Last Residence: Los Angeles, California 1st Class passenger Ticket No. 111427 , 26 11s Died: Thursday 16th July 1942 Cause of Death: Gunshot Wound (suicide)

15: Mr George Andrew Brereton was born on November 11, 1874 in Medelia, Minnesota, the son of Daniel Brereton, a native of Ireland and Mary Rohe Brereton from Germany. He boarded the Titanic at Southampton. He was traveling under the assumed name Mr. George Arthur Brayton. He was rescued in lifeboat 15. Mr. Brayton (a professional gambler) had been in the First Class smoking room stalking a victim when the ship struck the iceberg. He met another First Class passenger Charles Stengel on the Carpathia’s deck. After their return to New York, he involved him in a horse racing scam. MrBrereton killed himself on 16 July 1942..

16: Primary Resources & Secondary Resources An example of a primary resource is the pictures we used. They are primary resources because it is direct proof, it was there on the Titanic. An example of secondary resources would be the websites we used to find people on lifeboat 15 as well as a lot of other data. It is secondary because the information did not come from a direct source like someone who was on the Titanic.

17: Interesting Facts -In 1898, Morgan Robertson wrote a novel called Futility. This novel was about the largest ship ever built, called the Titan, hitting an iceberg in the Atlantic ocean on a cold April night, just like the Titanic. -Two dogs were among the Titanic survivors. -There were 13 couples on board celebrating their Honeymoons -There were only enough lifeboats to hold about half of the ship. -The Titanic carried 20 life boats and 3,560 life jackets -It cost $7,500,000 to build the Titanic. -The richest person on board the Titanic was Colonel John Jacob Aster. He took $100,000,000 on board. -Captain E.J. Smith was quoted a few years before the Titanic's voyage saying: "When anyone asks how I can best describe my experience in nearly 40 years at sea, I merely say, uneventful. Of course there have been winter gales, and storms and fog the like, but in all my experience, I have never been in any accident of any sort worth speaking about... I never saw a wreck and never have been wrecked, nor was I ever in any predicament that threatened to end in disaster of any sort"

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  • Julie and Abbie's Titanic Project for 1st period reading, Mrs. Dulong.
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