Some articles on sailors:

Lynn Sailors (1980–1982)
... After 30 years without pro baseball in Lynn, the Sailors began play in 1980 when owners of the West Haven Yankees moved the franchise to Boston's North Shore ... After the 1982 season, the Sailors moved to Burlington, Vermont ... Future major leaguers Spike Owen, Harold Reynolds, and Bud Black all played for the Sailors ...
Sailors' Snug Harbor Of Boston
... Sailors' Snug Harbor of Boston was established in 1852 as a retirement home for sailors ... It was similar to the much larger Sailors' Snug Harbor on Staten Island ...
Capture Of Gibraltar - Battle - Landing
... The foremost sailors clambered into the breached and undefended fort at the New Mole however, by accident or design the magazine at the fort blew up ... near Charles V's southern wall of the town, Whitaker halted the sailors and hoisted the Union Flag in a bastion on the shore ... at Europa Point had been captured by English sailors ...
SKUD 18 - Background - History
... Sailors are seated on the centerline for Paralympic events, but the boat can be sailed with or without either of the seats and configured to suit different sailors’ needs ... Perfect for training younger sailors before they move into high performance skiffs or dinghies, the SKUD18 is also ideal for those not-so-young sailors who cannot hike like they used to but still want the excitement of ...
Soldiers And Sailors Monument (Lancaster, Pennsylvania)
... The Soldiers and Sailors Monument is a 43-foot (13 m) tall Gothic Revival memorial which stands in Penn Square in downtown Lancaster, Pennsylvania ... However, today the Soldiers and Sailors Monument also represents those who have served in subsequent American military conflicts ... The Soldiers and Sailors Monument also stands on the exact spot where the Second Continental Congress met during the American Revolutionary War on September 27, 1777, in the ...

Famous quotes containing the word sailors:

    Frequently also some fair-weather finery ripped off a vessel by a storm near the coast was nailed up against an outhouse. I saw fastened to a shed near the lighthouse a long new sign with the words “ANGLO SAXON” on it in large gilt letters, as if it were a useless part which the ship could afford to lose, or which the sailors had discharged at the same time with the pilot. But it interested somewhat as if it had been a part of the Argo, clipped off in passing through the Symplegades.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    All sailors pause to watch a steamer, and shout in welcome or derision. In one a large Newfoundland dog put his paws on the rail and stood up as high as any of them, and looked as wise. But the skipper, who did not wish to be seen no better employed than a dog, rapped him on the nose and sent him below. Such is human justice!
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    So far as inland discovery was concerned, the adventurous spirit of the English was that of sailors who land but for a day, and their enterprise the enterprise of traders.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)