The deck hand had hold of something, although what it was Sam could not tell.
The professor was still in a deep sleep; having been transferred by the aid of a deck hand, or two, to his bower.
Mouth agape, the deck hand kept his eyes on that place where the White Sturgeon had disappeared.
One of the Indians, employed as a deck hand on the steamer, landed me at the mouth of a stream.
He tried to hire out as deck hand, but his age was against him.
With the aid of the other deck hand he quickly removed from bow to stern everything that had weight.
No self-respecting man would ship as a deck hand under the then existing conditions.
The grotesque and massive aspect of that deck hand (I suppose he was that—very likely the lamp-trimmer) surprised me very much.
The deck hand was trembling visibly and his eyes were wild but he was evidently striving to maintain his composure.
Having shipped as a deck hand on board a steamer at Beirout, he reached New York.