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Source: White House Museum

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A significant portion of the ship’s passengers were third-class families seeking fresh beginnings in America. Unfortunately, their accommodations were situated in the lower sections of the vessel, which were among the first to be inundated. Stairwell gates were employed to maintain separation between third-class passengers and others. Regrettably, due to the tumultuous circumstances, stewards did not have the opportunity to unlock all of these gates, resulting in the entrapment of numerous passengers below decks, leading to their tragic drowning.

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