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No. 879. EMPLOYEES IN GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SHIPYARDS: 1940 To 1966 [In thousands. Prior to 1959, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Annual average employment in establishments primarily engaged in building and repairing all types of ships, barges, canal boats, and lighters of 5 gross tons and over, whether propelled by sail or motor power or towed by other craft]

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Includes all full- and part-time employees who worked during or received pay for any part of the pay period which includes the 12th of the month. Data have been adjusted to March 1965 benchmark levels indicated by data from Government social insurance programs.

2 Includes Curtis Bay Coast Guard yard (Md.) through 1958.

Source: Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. Current data for private yards published monthly in Employment and Earnings and Monthly Report on the Labor Force.

No. 880. EMPLOYMENT ON U.S. FLAG MERCHANT VESSELS: 1935 TO 1966 [As of June 30, except as indicated. Estimates of personnel employed on U.S. merchant ships, 1,000 gross tons and over. Excludes vessels on inland waterways, Great Lakes, and those owned by, or operated for, the United States Army and Navy, and special types such as cable ships, tugs, etc.]

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1 Employment affected by maritime strike, Atlantic, Gulf, and Pacific Coast ports. 2 Decrease due to seafaring strike.

Source: Dept. of Commerce, Maritime Administration; unpublished data through 1960; beginning 1961, monthly data in Maritime Manpower Report.

No. 881. BASIC WAGE SCALE FOR ABLE-BODIED SEAMEN: 1935 To 1967 [Represents basic wage, over and above subsistence (board and room), paid to seamen having qualifying experience and employed on U.S. flag merchant vessels. Excludes overtime and fringe pay benefits]

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1 Seamen on both coasts receive extra pay for Saturdays and Sundays at sea. Beginning November 1955, West Coast incorporated this extra pay into base wages but East Coast did not.

Source: Dept. of Commerce, Maritime Administration; Seafaring Wage Rates and unpublished data.

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No. 882. U.S. MERCHANT MARINE-SUMMARY: 1930 To 1965

[As of June 30 for 1930 to 1940; January 1, thereafter. Includes Puerto Rico, Guam, and Virgin Islands. Covers documented vessels of 5 net tons or more. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series Q 153-174]

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3 Comprises iron, steel, composite, concrete, and aluminum. Beginning 1961, includes plastic (fiberglass). For 1963, 1964, and 1965, steel amounted to 24,336,000, 24,860,000, and 25,279,000 tons, respectively.

Excludes vessels engaged in whale, cod, and mackerel fisheries.

Source: Treasury Dept., Bureau of Customs; annual report, Merchant Marine Statistics.

No. 883. U.S. MERCHANT MARINE-VESSELS, BY YEAR BUILT: 1965

[As of January 1. Includes Puerto Rico, Guam, and Virgin Islands. Covers documented vessels of 5 net tons

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Source: Treasury Dept., Bureau of Customs; annual report, Merchant Marine Statistics.

No. 884. U.S. MERCHANT MARINE-VESSELS, BY TYPE AND TONNAGE GROUP: 1965 [As of January 1. Includes Puerto Rico, Guam, and Virgin Islands. Covers documented vessels of 5 net tons

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Z Less than 500 gross tons.

1 Vessels propelled wholly by sail.

? Vessels having no propelling power of their own.

Source: Treasury Dept., Bureau of Customs; annual report, Merchant Marine Statistics.

No. 885. U.S. MERCHANT MARINE-VESSELS BUILT AND REMOVED: 1940 To 1964 [Includes Puerto Rico, Guam, and Virgin Islands. Covers documented vessels of 5 net tons or more both new and redocumented. Year shown is year of build of vessel, not necessarily year of documentation. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series Q 178-182]

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Source: Treasury Dept., Bureau of Customs; annual report, Merchant Marine Statistics.

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No. 886. UNITED STATES FLAG MERCHANT VESSELS, STEAM AND MOTOR: 1940 To 1966

[Dead-weight tonnage in thousands. As of June 30, except as indicated. Covers seagoing vessels of 1,000 gross tons and over engaged in foreign and domestic trade, and inactive vessels. Excludes special types and vessels employed on Great Lakes]

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Includes ships originally constructed as cargo ships but converted to transports, hospital ships, etc., previously included in cargo classification as follows: 1955, 181 ships of 1,124,000 tons; 1960, 237 ships of 1,427,600 tons; 1966, 189 ships of 1,167,000 tons.

Source: Dept. of Commerce, Maritime Administration; Employment Report of United States Flag Merchant Fleet Oceangoing Vessels 1000 Gross Tons and Over, June 1966, and unpublished data.

No. 887.

MERCHANT VESSELS COMPLETED BY U.S. SHIPYARDS: 1930 To 1966 [Tons in thousands. Represents self-propelled steel vessels of 2,000 gross tons and over. Excludes Alaska and

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Source: 1930-1964, American Bureau of Shipping, New York, N.Y., annually in The Bulletin. Beginning 1965, Dept. of Commerce, Maritime Administration; annual report, New Ship Construction.

No. 888. SHIPBUILDING IN PRIVATE SHIPYARDS-SUMMARY: 1950 to 1966 [Tons in thousands: Gross tons for commercial vessels, light displacement tons for naval vessels. Covers steel vessels of 1,000 tons or over]

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No. 889. VESSELS REPAIRED OR CONVERTED IN PRIVATE SHIPBUILDING AND SHIP REPAIR YARDS: 1950 To 1966

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Source: Shipbuilders Council of America, Washington, D.C.; Annual Report, and unpublished data.

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