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By Candice Ransom
Sam Deal and his horse, Ginger, support an African-American lifesaving group rescue shipwreck sufferers off the coast of North Carolina in 1896.
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S. Coast Guard agreed. In 1996, Admiral Kramek awarded gold medals to Richard Etheridge and the crew of Pea Island Station for their brave rescue of the E. S. Newman passengers and crew. It was nearly a hundred years after that stormy night in October 1896. 47 Websites about the E. S. S. Coast Guard historian’s off ice offers facts about Pea Island Station and its history. S. Coast Guard, this site tells the story of the E. S. Newman rescue. S. S. Life-Saving Service. Here you can read a timeline of life-saving throughout world history.
S. htm> See a map and photographs of Pea Island Station, read its history, and learn about other Outer Banks stations.
On the beach, the others dug in their heels and held the swimmers’ line. 32 Sam held his breath as the surfmen went under. Then he saw their heads rise above the hissing foam. 33 At last the men reached the ship and climbed on board. They tied the little boy to Theodore Meekins’s back. The men struggled back to shore. The boy’s face was white. His teeth chattered from the cold. Sam helped Keeper Etheridge wrap him in a blanket. 35 Two more surfmen swam out to the wreck. This time they carried back the child’s mother.
Rescue on the Outer Banks (On My Own History) by Candice Ransom