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BC: The Titanic, The Tragic Accident....

FC: Titanic collapsible lifeBOAT D

1: The Titanic "The Unsinkable Ship" The Titanic was a ship that was guaranteed to be unsinkable, but they were wrong... Thousands of people bought tickets to voyage on the titanic. Little did they know that the titanic would sink. At 11:40, Fredrick Fleet spotted an iceberg dead ahead of the titanic. Right then, the iceberg had stuck the right side of the bow. At 12:45 - 2:05, lifeboats were sending people off the titanic to safety. Unfortunately, there wasn't enough lifeboats for about half the passengers.

2: Navatril (Hoffman), Master Michel (Momon)- 4 -Male - France Navatril (Hoffman), Master Edmond (Lolo) - 2 -Male - France Driscol, Miss Bridget -24 - Female - Ireland Dugemin, Mr. Joseph - 24 - Male - England Kelly, Miss Mary - 21 - Female - Ireland Turja, Miss Anna Sophia - 18 - Female - Finland Bjornstrom-Stefanson, Mr. Hokan - 28 -Male - Sweden Brown, Mrs. Caroline Lane - 59 - Female - USA Harris, Mrs. Irene - 36 - Female - USA Hoyt, Mrs. Jane Ann - 35 - Female - USA Hoyt, Mr. Frederick M. - 38 - Male - USA Thorne, Mrs. Gertrude Maybelle - 0 - Male - USA Woolner, Mr. Hugh - 0 - Male - England Bright, Arthur J. - 40 - Male - England Hardy, John - 37 - Male - England Lucas, William - 26 - Male - England | PASSENGER/Chart:

3: Lifeboat A, B, C, D 27’5 long by 8’ wide by 3’ deep; Capacity 376.6 47 people. The titanic was 882 feet long. Lifeboat D had collapsible canvas sides. Lifeboat D could have been stowed almost flat against a wall or bulk head, taking up very little space. 3,547 People aboard the titanic. 20 Lifeboats in all. There were a total of 9 decks on the titanic. bggWhen Lifeboat D is being dropped in the water, the water is up to the titanic’s deck. 2 hours and 40 minutes later from hitting the iceberg, the “unsinkable ship” slips into the sea. | INTRESTING FACTS:

4: Mr. William A. Lucas | William A. Lucas was a sailor working on the titanic on its disastrous maiden voyage. He also boarded the titanic at Southampton. In an interrogation report he told interrogators how the three dead bodies found by the carpathia ended up in lifeboat collapsible d. He also claimed that as soon as he left the mess hall it was when the iceberg hit the titanic and he witnessed it tear it in half.

6: Graphs with data

8: Brandon Sutton & Matt Brubaker 1st Period Primary Resource: We got some information from a primary source named William A. Lucas. He told us how he was helping us. He witnessed the crashing of the titanic. He was warning everyone about the crash. Also, he gave us information that he went on lifeboat D, then after leaving the 3 dead men on the slowly sinking lifeboat D he and the other survivors transferred to lifeboat # 8. He was also helping everyone get on lifeboats and get everyone off the titanic. Secondary Resource: We also got some information from a secondary resource, the news paper. The newspaper would give information to not only us, but everyone about the titanic and what was happening. Also, the newspaper gave information about when the titanic was found. The newspaper gave good details about what happened to the titanic. It would give information like: The titanic got hit by an iceberg. The titanic was known as the “unsinkable ship.” 1,500 lives were lost. There were only enough lifeboats for about half of the population on the titanic. | Primary Resources And Secondary Resources:

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  • Title: Titanic Research
  • The story of the titanic and the story of lifeboat collapsible d.
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