2 edition of Salem vessels and their voyages found in the catalog.
Salem vessels and their voyages
George Granville Putnam
|Statement||by George Granville Putnam.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 173 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||173|
Salem (/ ˈ s eɪ l ə m /) is a historic coastal city in Essex County, Massachusetts located in the North Shore region. It was settled in and was one of the most significant seaports in early American gemhallphotography.com: Essex. voyages listed below, as well as his death record in the Salem Vital Records to the end of Several voyages of Capt. Joseph Webb are documented. As reported by George Granville Putnam in Salem Vessels and Their Voyages, Joseph Webb was the master of the ship Emerald on 11 Feb. when it .
WELCOME TO TH E H OCKEN Friends of the Hocken Collections BULLETIN NUMBER October 50c Ships, sailormen and their passengers UCH a richness of maritime material exists in the Hocken Library collections that—even without the inclusion of Exploration—this Bulletin can be no more. In , the Salem merchants David Pingree and Emery Johnson entrusted Graves with the command of their bark Cynthia, bound for Canton, China. Graves made three voyages to China in the Cynthia () and six more as master of Pingree and Johnson's new and larger ship, Thomas Perkins (). After more than a decade of near-continuous.
Derby vessels were allowed access to Madras, Bombay, or Calcutta for cotton and other India goods. On the arrival of a ship from the East at Derby Wharf a small part of her cargo would be sold in Salem and much would find their way to Boston, New York, or Philadelphia, and even back to Europe if the price there was better. The family owned several schooners, outfitted voyages from their waterfront chandlery, retailed provisions and dry goods to fishing families, and kept a flakeyard in Marblehead, where they employed retired mariners to dry the cod that their vessels brought in. William conducted the business until his death in , when it passed to his son.
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Get this from a library. Salem vessels and their voyages: a history of the pepper trade with the island of Sumatra. [George Granville Putnam]. Salem Vessels and Their Voyages: A History of the European, African, Australian and South Pacific Islands Trade as Carried on by Salem Merchants, Particularly the Firm of N.
Rogers & Brothers. Salem Vessels and Their Voyages. Series I-IV, four Volumes. Salem, MA: The Essex Institute.
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We never accept ads. But we still need to. - Salem is the sixth largest city in the country, and the richest per capita. - The Salem East Indiaman Friendship, or The Friendship as we know it today, was launched.
She made 15 voyages during her career to Batavia, India, China, South America, the. Salem Vessels And Their Voyages: A History Of The Pepper Trade With The Island Of Sumatra: George Granville Putnam: Books - gemhallphotography.comor: George Granville Putnam.
SALEM VESSELS AND THEIR VOYAGES. Four volume set (Series I, II, III and IV). first edition Hardcover · Salem, MA. by Putnam, George Granville. Salem, MA: Essex Institute, Book. Very good condition. "A History of the European, African, Australian and South Pacific Islands Trade as carried on by Salem Merchants, particularly the.
The book Salem Vessels and Their Voyages perhaps gives us the answer. It states that at the time the Eliza came into port and then sought to leave after discharging its cargo, “Recent intelligence from England had excited apprehensions of an immediate war between that country and America”.
The Friendship of Salem is a foot replica of the Friendship a East gemhallphotography.com was built in in the Scarano Brothers Shipyard in Albany, New gemhallphotography.com ship usually operates as a stationary museum ship during most of the year. But it is a fully functioning United States Coast Guard-certified vessel capable of passenger and crew voyages; it makes special sailings during various times Homeport: Salem, MA.
The book “Salem Vessels and Their Voyages” by George Putnam lists a Capt. Daniel Sargent and son, of Boston, who sailed a ship called the Atlanta from Salem in The appearance of the tall ship Lynx in Marblehead last week sent many a mariner's heart aflutter.
Dudley Leavitt Pickman (–) was a Salem, Massachusetts, merchant who built one of the great Salem trading firms during the seaport's ascendancy as a trading power in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
Pickman was a partner in the firm Devereux, Pickman & Silsbee and a state gemhallphotography.com the wealthiest Salem merchants of his day, Pickman used his own clipper ships to. their families found the remarks far too personal.
It is true that many of the staff were old, retired sea captains and not in the best of health, but deeper exploration of 9 George Granville Putnam, Salem Vessels and Their Voyages, Series I (Salem, ), p.
10 Customs Service records for Salem and Beverly, microfilm reel # The trade was extremely dangerous. More than a few Salem vessels ended their days on some lonely beach or reef, captured by pirates, their crews murdered, eaten, or sold into slavery by the fierce natives.
The profits were so fantastic, however, that many were willing to take the risks. Neither Rare Book Hub (formerly Americana Exchange) nor Antique Map Price Record list any example of either edition of the chart having appeared on the antiquarian market.
Some background from George Granville Putnam, Salem Vessels and Their Voyages: A History of the Pepper Trade with the Island of Sumatra ().
A brief biography of Gills may. Green Book of Coastal Vessels Thailand by RACIC Battelle Memorial Institute Columbus Laboratories First edition. Shelf and handling wear to cover and binding, with general signs of previous use.
This volume is includes both Thai and English. Pictorial endpages. The cover boards show signs of shelfwear damage. The binding is tight; the pages are clean and gemhallphotography.com Rating: % positive.Salem Sets Sail After the Revolutionary War, ships from a little Massachusetts seaport brought the new nation wares from China and the mysterious East (In their fascination with exotica, Salem.Benjamin Pickman () Papers, MSS 5, Phillips Library, Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Mass.
Provenance. This collection is a reorganization, integration, and conservation of twelve scrapbook volumes, thirty-two account books, and several other items. One account book was placed in the Essex Bank Collections,