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This was the first recorded typhoon to hit the island since observations began in All non-reinforced structures were demolished. There were no serious injuries, and the majority of the civilian population was evacuated after the storm.
Air Force assessment and repair team returned to the island in September and restored limited function to the airfield and facilities leading ultimately to a full return to normal operations. Enen-kio[ edit ] Indigenous Marshallese oral tradition suggests that before European exploration, nearby Marshall Islanders traveled to what is now Wake Island, which the travelers called Enen-kio Marshallese new orthography: Palm trees at Wake Island's lagoon In the ancient Marshallese religion, rituals surrounding the tattooing of tribal chiefscalled Iroijlaplapwere done using fresh human bones, which required a human sacrifice.
A man could save himself from being sacrificed if he obtained a wing bone from a very large seabird said to have existed on Enen-kio. Small groups would brave traveling to the atoll in hopes of obtaining this bone, saving the life of the potential human sacrifice.
After visiting Tuvalu and the Solomon Islandsthe expedition headed north and came upon Wake Island, "a low barren island, judged to be eight leagues in circumference". Since the date — October 2, — was the eve of the feast of Saint Francis of Assisithe captain named the island San Francisco.
The ships were in need of water and the crew was suffering from scurvybut after circling the island it was determined that Wake was waterless and had "not a cocoanut nor a pandanus " and, in fact, "there was nothing on it but sea-birdsand sandy places covered with bushes. Soon thereafter the ton British fur trading merchant brig Halcyon arrived at Wake and Master Charles William Barkleyunaware of Captain Wake's earlier and other prior European contact, named the atoll Halcyon Island in honor of his ship.
The island was "covered with wood, having a very green and rural appearance". This report is considered to be another sighting of Wake Island. Charles WilkesU.
Wilkes described the atoll as "a low coral one, of triangular form and eight feet above the surface. It has a large lagoon in the centre, which was well filled with fish of a variety of species among these were some fine mullet.
Wilkes also reported that "from appearances, the island must be at times submerged, or the sea makes a complete breach over it. On the night of March 4,the ton iron-hulled Libelle, of Bremen struck the eastern reef of Wake Island during a gale. After three weeks with a dwindling water supply and no sign of rescue, the passengers and crew decided to leave Wake and attempt to sail to Guam the center of the then Spanish colony of the Mariana Islands on the two remaining boats from Libelle.
On April 8,after 13 days of frequent squallsshort rations and tropical sun, the longboat reached Guam. Unfortunately, the gig, commanded by the captain, was lost at sea.
He also ordered the schooner Ana, owned and commanded by his son-in-law George H. Johnston, to be dispatched with first mate Kausch to search for the missing gig and then sail on to Wake Island to confirm the shipwreck story and recover the buried treasure.
Ana departed Guam on April 10 and, after two days at Wake Island, found and salvaged the buried coins and precious stones as well as a small quantity of the quicksilver. On August 31 "the weather was very thick, and it was blowing a heavy gale from the eastward, attended with violent squallsand a tremendous sea.
Overnight the vessel began to break up and at In the chaos of the evacuation, the captain secured a chart and nautical instruments, but no compass. The crew loaded a case of wine, some bread and two buckets, but no drinking water.
Since Wake Island appeared to have neither food nor water, the captain and his man crew quickly departed, crafting a makeshift sail by attaching a blanket to an oar. With no water, each man was allotted a glass of wine per day until a heavy rain shower came on the sixth day.
After 31 days of hardship, drifting westward in the longboat, they reached Kosrae Strong's Island in the Caroline Islands. Vandervord attributed the loss of Dashing Wave to the erroneous manner in which Wake Island "is laid down in the charts.
It is very low, and not easily seen even on a clear night. After a gun salutethe flag was raised and a brass plate was affixed to the flagstaff with the following inscription: United States of America John D.
Long, Secretary of the Navy. Navy's Bureau of Equipment, stated before the U. Soon thereafter the boat was launched by Japanese on the island and sailed out to meet the transport.This case study, inspired by a few different patients in her practice, exemplifies an approach to treating elderly patients with Irregular Sleep-Wake Rhythm Disorder.
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