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Hatteras Inlet Lifeboat Station Records


The Hatteras Inlet Lifeboat Station (#186) was established in 1883 at the northern end of Ocracoke Island, on the south side of Hatteras Inlet. The station was destroyed in a hurricane in the 1950s and rebuilt on the north side of Hatteras Inlet. The Hatteras Inlet Lifeboat Station Records, 1951-1953, contains three record books kept by officers of the station. Two log books, dated 12 March 1952-8 June 1952 and 23 August 1953-23 October 1953, track the daily operations of the station, including vehicles and boats that passed or stopped by the station, changing of the guard, and other occurrences. A 1951 supply inventory records goods and materials on hand in the station's supply room.

Title

Hatteras Inlet Lifeboat Station Records

Collection Number

ORG.5190

Date(s)

1951-1953

Date(s)

1951-1953

Box 1
Language

English

Abstract

The Hatteras Inlet Lifeboat Station (#186) was established in 1883 at the northern end of Ocracoke Island, on the south side of Hatteras Inlet. The station was destroyed in a hurricane in the 1950s and rebuilt on the north side of Hatteras Inlet. The Hatteras Inlet Lifeboat Station Records, 1951-1953, contains three record books kept by officers of the station. Two log books, dated 12 March 1952-8 June 1952 and 23 August 1953-23 October 1953, track the daily operations of the station, including vehicles and boats that passed or stopped by the station, changing of the guard, and other occurrences. A 1951 supply inventory records goods and materials on hand in the station's supply room.

Physical Location

5B0

Creator

Hatteras Inlet Lifeboat Station

Creator

Hatteras Inlet Lifeboat Station

Repository

Outer Banks History Center


Gift


Donated by Dawn Taylor, February 2016.


Available for research.


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The Hatteras Inlet Lifeboat Station (#186) was established in 1883 at the northern end of Ocracoke Island, on the south side of Hatteras Inlet. Originally called the Ocracoke Lifeboat Station, the unit changed names in 1904 when another station was established in the village of Ocracoke. The station was destroyed in a hurricane in the 1950s and rebuilt on the north side of Hatteras Inlet.


Donated by Dawn Taylor, February 2016.


ORG.5190, Hatteras Inlet Lifeboat Station Records, Outer Banks History Center, Manteo, NC, U.S.A.


U. S. Lifesaving Service Wreck Reports and Payroll Records from the United States. Life-Saving Service,  (collection 231)


The Hatteras Inlet Lifeboat Station Records, 1951-1953, contains three record books kept by officers of the station. Two log books, dated 12 March 1952-8 June 1952 and 23 August 1953-23 October 1953, track the daily operations of the station, including vehicles and boats that passed or stopped by the station, changing of the guard, and other occurrences. A 1951 supply inventory records goods and materials on hand in the station's supply room.


  • United States--Coast Guard
  • Lifeboat service--United States--History
  • Hatteras Inlet (N.C.)--History