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FC: Titanic: Lifeboat 7 | By: Hannah Weisse and Rachel Catt
1: Biography of Margaret Bechstein Hays: | Page 2 | Gender Chart: | Table Of Contents: | Page 3 | Class Chart: | Page 4 | Age Chart: | Page 5 | Interesting Facts: | Page 6 | Pictures of Lifeboat 7: | Page 7 | Pictures of Margaret: | Page 8 | People On Lifeboat #7: | Page 9 | Background Of The Titanic: | Page 10 | Time line: | Page 11 | Biblography: | Page 12
2: Titanic: The Tragedy | This very big and beautiful ship started of as the biggest ship in the world and it was known as "Unsinkable." Although, it didn't end that way. | With a total of 2,223 people the Titanic set of for it's maiden voyage to New York on April 10th 1912 at 12:15 PM. The Titanic stopped in Cherbourg, France to pick up additional passengers. That evening she sailed out for Queenstown, Ireland and at 1:30 pm she sailed out towards the Atlantic. On Sunday April 14th, the fifth day at sea the Titanic received 5 different warnings about icebergs, but Captain Smith was not overly concerned. Titanic received a 6th iceberg warning but Smith didn't know how close they actually were to the ice. The titanic hit the iceberg at 11:15 pm and sank at 2:30 am.
3: Gender Chart
4: Class Chart
5: Age Chart
6: Interesting Facts | 1. As the Titanic left Southhampton the ship had a near collision. | 2. Two dogs were among titanic survivors but neither dog survived. | 3. The Titanic carried 900 tons of baggage and freight. | 4. Nobody ever claimed that the Titanic was "Unsinkable" the idea was taken out of context. | 5. There were 13 couples on board celebrating their honeymoons. | 6. Captain Smith was planning to retire after the Titanic's maiden voyage.
7: Pictures Of Lifeboat # 7 | Lifeboat #7 pulling up to the Carpathia | Lifeboat #7 alongside Lifeboat#14 | The man standing in the back is Mr. Archie Jewell. | The actual lifeboat crane.
8: Pictures Of Margaret | Margaret With Her Daughter Margaret Jr. | Margaret as a young 19 year old | Margaret at age 23 | Margaret at age 75
9: People On Lifeboat #7 | Mrs. Helen Walton Dickinson | Age 19, Michigan | Mr. Henry Blank | Age 39, New Jersey | Mrs. Helen Walton | Age, 19 | New York | Mr. James McGough | Age, 36 | Penn. | Mr. William Greenfield | Age, 23 | New York
10: Miss Margaret Bechstein Hays | Thursday April 24, 1913 Margaret Bechstein Hays was getting married to Dr. Charles D. Easton at St. Thomas' Church. | This picture was taken in 1918 of Margaret holding her daughter. | Born in New York City on December 6, 1887. A resident of 304 West 83rd street she boarded the Titanic in Cherbourg. | Margaret shared cabin C-54 with Olive Earnshaw. | On the night the Titanic collided with the ice berg the two women were in bed at 11:40. | Margaret had a Pomeranian dog when she got on lifeboat number 7 nobody found the dog after the incident.
11: Titanic Timeline | July 29 1908: Design for the Titanic was approved March 31 1909: Keel of Titanic was laid May 31 1911: Hull successfully launched January 1912: 16 lifeboats loaded on board Titanic March 31 1912: Fitting of Titanic was complete April 2 1912: Began sea trials April 3 1912: Arrived in Southampton