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New England Microfilming Project

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Works: 63 works in 74 publications in 1 language and 194 library holdings
Genres: Records and correspondence  Diaries  Registers (Lists)  Archives  History 
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Whaling logbooks by Morning Star (Ship)( Archival Material )
11 editions published in 1984 in English and held by 31 libraries worldwide
Includes records of the following ships: Franklin, 1858-1861; Walter Scott, 1852-1855; Braganza, 1840-1843; Triton, 1834-1838; Alexander Barclay, 1834-1838; Abraham Barker, 1848-1850; Stamboul, 1892-1893; Almira, 1837-1939; Ocean, 1853-1857; Speedwell, 1853-1857; and Ohio, 1853-1857
Definitive index to the Pacific ports and islands visited by American whalers and traders in the 19th century, [198-] ( Book )
2 editions published in 1983 in English and held by 7 libraries worldwide
Whaling logbooks, diaries and memoirs ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
Logs of the following ships: Amazon, 1839-1841; Phoenix 1847-1851; Orray Taft, 1872-1873; and Merlin, 1868-1872. Also includes diaries of Harriet B. Allen, and an unidentified person; and diaries, a memoir of a voyage in the Merlin, and "When I went a whaling" by Helen C. Allen
Log of Jupiter and shipping list ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
(A) Log of Jupiter (Captain Andia y Varela) on voyage to Tahiti from Peru in 1774-1775; (b) List of ships arriving at Hilo, Hawaii, 16 Jan. 1844-1 Oct. 1851
Logbook by Loper (Ship)( Archival Material )
in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
Logs of the whaling ship Loper, 1825-1826, 1828 in the Pacific
Itineraries of whaling and trading ships in the Pacific Ocean ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
PMB 901-ships Abby P. Chase to Brunswick; PMB 902-Ships C ... to Bunbarton; PMB 903-ships Eagle to Gypsy; PMB 904 -ships Hamilton to Kutusoff; PMB 905-ships Lady Adams to Mount Wollaston; PMB 906-ships Nantucket to Prudent; PMB 907-ships Raduga to Tybee; PMB 908-ships Uncas to Zone and unidentified vessels
Logbook by Hobomok (Ship)( Archival Material )
in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
Log of the American whaling ship Hobomok, 1840-1844 in the Pacific
Papers by James Hunnewell( Archival Material )
in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
Hawaiian letters, mostly from missionaries, 1842-1869; reminiscences and notes re Sandwich Islands (by Hunnewell?), 1843 and selected papers, n.d
Whaling papers ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
The collection includes: letters from Pitcairn Island by Rosalind Young to Captain and Mrs Gibbons, 1882-1891; sailing directions for Fiji, vocabulary, account of Fijian chiefs, sandalwood trade by William Lockerby; Fiji vocabulary, 1810-1812 by Capt. William Putnam Richardson; description of Fijian cannibal feast, 1845 and wreck of the Glide, 1831 and documents written during cruise of Glide among Fiji Islands by Henry Fowler; 19th century charts of the Pacific Ocean; 12 pages of text in Marquesan language; miscellaneous documents relating to Tahiti including score of a song by 'E.R.P.', 1889 and a review by N.E. Emerson of Eugene Caillot's "Histoire de la Polynesie Oriental"; and miscellaneous papers relating to Fiji and New Hebrides including pamphlet on Fiji native ownership of land, 1874; notes by A. Hocart; letter from J.B. Thurston re native attitudes, 1871 and extracts from logs of early American ships
Whaling logbooks and other documents ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
Contains journals and correspondence as follows: journal of Captain Winthrop Sears on the Ocean Pearl containing an excellent account of shipboard life, relations between the passengers, good descriptions of ports visited and life in Hawaii and a smoking volcano in the Mariana Islands; letterbook of Henry Tufts; correspondence from father re ships and shipping, 1845-1846; Alfred Tufts, letters to mother, 1854-1855; George Tufts, letters to mother, 1855; Journal of Captain Wm. Whitton on the Rodman, 1859-1863 and journal of the Plant, 1829-1831
Whaling logbooks and account books ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
Contains logs of the Martha, 1829-1833 and the Julian, 1847-1850; an account book of the Young Phoenix, 1868-1870 and account books of the following owners: H. Howland, 1763-1789; N.H. Nye, 1846-1856, 1858-1864 and E.R. Swain, 1841-1880
Whaling records ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
Wood, Dennis, Abstracts of Whaling voyages, 1854-1861 (continued from reel PMB 298); Wood, Dennis, Abstracts of whaling woyages (481 voygaes), 1862-1873; Mutual Marine Insurance Company, Register of whaling ships, 1843-1862; Ship arrivals and departures in the whale fishery in various U.S. Ports in the 1820s
Whaling logbooks, accounts and diary ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
Logbooks of the following whaling ships: Joshua Bragdon, 1853-1857; Julian, 1848-1849; Juno, 1843-1844, 1766; Karluk, 1904-1906; Kate Cory, 1858-1860; Kensington, 1857-1860, 1864-1868, and Aurelia, 1877. Also includes accounts of the Josephine, 1907 and the diary of D.B. Kempton, (of New Bedford), 1857-1867
Whaling logbooks, account book and correspondence ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
Logbooks of the following whaling ships: Emerald, 1833-1836 (includes description of beche-de-mer establishments, account of capture of French brig, Aimable Josephine and description of Fijian manners and customs); Vincennes, 1842, journal of the US Exploring Exploring Expedition; Drummond, 1849; Terror, 1855; David G. Fleming, 1855; Red Jacket, 1854 and Eagle Wing, 1856-1858. Also includes correspondence of Capt. J.H. Eagleston from Bay of Islands, Tahiti and Rotuma, 1834-1835 and account book of a Salem merchant, Stephen C. Phillips, including goods shipped on the Derby, 1832
Whaling logbooks and letters ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
Logs of the following ships: Independece, 1833; Hillman, 1851-1854; Reindeer, 1856-1860; and Milo, 1843-1840. Also includes letters by Giles Waldo to his brother
Whaling logbooks ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
Journal of Giles Holmes, assistant surgeon of US Exploring Expedition, who served on the Peacock USS, 1838-1841, the Porpoise USS, 1838-1842 and the Oregon USS, 1838-1842 giving detailed descriptions of islands visited, customs of islands, etc., water depths and temperatures. Journal of George Emmons, in the Peacock and Vincennes 1838-1842. Long description of fatal episode at Malolo, Fiji; newspaper clippings, abstracts of voyage, material re courts martial. Also includes records of the St. George, 1850-1853; Relief,?; and Vincennes 1838-1842 (includes detailed decriptions of landfalls and encounters with islanders; good description of Atlantic voyage)
Logbook by Resource (Ship)( Archival Material )
in Undetermined and held by 4 libraries worldwide
Log of the whaling ship Resource in the Pacific kept by Megee
Whaling ship account books, logs and other documents ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
Records of the following ships: Mermaid, 1883-1885; Minnesota (log), 1866-1868; Morning Light, 1856-1857; Bertha, 1913-1920; Bertha D. Nickerson, 1913-1920; Margarett, 1913-1920; Mystic, 1913-1920; Nye, 1868-1873; Wanderer, 1913-1920; Russell (log-not whaling), 1849-1850; Napoleon 1868-1872; Olive Branch (log), 1851; Oread, 1860-1861 includes a description of the wreck of the President on West coast of Africa by J.T. Enos, 1904 May; case relating to the burning of the Robert Edwards, by Thomas P. Pease, 1870, "A lecture given by your great grandfather about his experiences hunting whales ..." (ship Milo, 1843); Charles Hitch & Son- "Sail loft Blotter", 1854; Oil sales book, 1880-1882; a spasmodic list of ships, New Bedford, giving arrival dates, places of sailing, masters times absent, ports of origin, 1831-1832; and oil invoices of William Rotch Jnr, 1789-1796
Whaling logbooks and newspaper cuttings ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
Logbooks of the following whaling ships: Pacific, 1829-1831; Malolo, 1879; Neva, 1871-1872; New Hazard, 1810-1813 ; Sappho, 1846; Elizabeth Hall, 1847; Rosalie, 1839-1841; Roscoe, 1821-1823; Rodman, 1827-1830; Samuel Russell, 1847-1848; Vancouver, 1848; John Q. Adams, 1849-1850; Oriental, 1849-1850; Spy, 1832-1833; and Surprise, 1851-1859. Also includes miscellaneous press clippings, Joseph /Joshua? Blake
Whaling account books and other documents ( Archival Material )
in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
Account books of: John Atwood & Co. (owners), 1866-1867 and 1864-1865; Whaleboat Firm, New Bedford, 1844-1914; Ocean Rover, 1859-1862; Eliza Adams, 1883; Europa, 1842-1845 ; W. Barston (shipbuilder), 1854-1856; J.C. Taber, 1840-1872; Daniel Webster, 1860; Hercules, 1863-1865. Also includes Sailmakers' book of plans, 1859-1870 and Whales seen and chased by the Washington, 1839-1840
 
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