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New England Microfilming Project

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Works: 64 works in 74 publications in 1 language and 168 library holdings
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Most widely held works by New England Microfilming Project
Whaling logbooks by Martha (Ship)( )

in English and held by 24 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Logs of the following ships: George and Susan, 1845-1848 ; Java, 1854-1855; Moctezuma, 1847-1849; Emily Morgan, 1854-1859; Hector, 1852-1856. Also includes lists of logbooks and other documents held in the Melville Whaling Room, New Bedford Free Public Library
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 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Itineraries of whaling and trading ships in the Pacific Ocean( )

in English and held by 4 WorldCat member 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
Whaling logbooks and newspaper cuttings( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member 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 logbooks, account book and correspondence( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member 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
Abstracts of whaling voyages by Dennis Wood( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Abstracts of about 765 whaling voyages, 1831-1847; abstracts of about 915 whaling voyages, 1845-1853; abstracts of whaling voyages (about 701 pages), 1854-1861 (continued on reel PMB 299)
Whaling logbooks and charts( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Logbooks of the following whaling ships: (Unknown), 1853 -1854 (continued from reel PMB 212); Edward Koppisch, 1854-; Nepunes' Favorite; Washington Allston, 1859-1860; Golden Cross, 1861-; Angola, 1845-1846; Belle, 1856-1859; Loo Choo; 1854-1855; Cohota, 1855-1856; John Gilpin, 1857; and Shirley, 1852-1854. Also includes manuscript charts of the Indian Ocean, ca. 1824 and the track of the brig Ceres off Brazil and in the Indian Ocean, 1821
Whaling logbooks and account books( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member 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 ship account books and other documents( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Account book of the following ships: Eliza Adams, 1883; Enterprise, 1851-1854; Falcon, 1867-1871; Francis A. Bartstow, 1877; General Jackson, 1836; General Scott, 1877-1878; Good Return, 1855-1858; Atlantic, 1866-1868; Helen Mar, 1875-1876; Huntress, 1857-1861. Also includes the logs of the Draco 1834-1836 and the Jane, 1799-1800; pilot book of Josiah Sturgis, 1844-1857 and letterbook of Thomas Luce re cargoes, shares etc. 1877-1888
Whaling account books and other documents( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

List of whales seen and where, 1881-1895 by Captain William H. Poole; Whales taken, various ships 1864 and 1852-1875; Gauger's book; whale oil lists, various ships, 1858 ; Gauger's book, 1858, 1884-1887, 1867, 1874 (R.W. Wood) ; Gauger's book for the Minerva, n.d. and the Triton, 1821; Whales seen and taken, various ships, 1838-1874; Accounts for various ships 1830-1862 by Timothy Clifton; Sales book for W.A. Robinson & Co., 1926-1941; Whales seen and where, 1888 for the John and Winthrop; whales seen and taken, various ships, 1840-1875. Also includes account books from the Marengo, 1859-1862; Morea, 1846; Camilla, 1867-1871; Europa, 1863-1865 and Sharon, 1853-1856
Whaling ship account books( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Account books of various the following whaling ships: Alice Mandell, 1853-1854; Almira, 1851-1854; Bevis, 1856-1857; Constitution, 1843-1844; Edward, 1860-1864; John Adams, 1839-1840; Mary Frazier, 1871, various ships, 1850-1851
Whaling logbooks and newspaper clippings( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Logbooks of the following whaling ships: Camel, 1816-1818; China, 1817; Liverpool, 1819; Francis, 1818-1820; (unknown), 1818-1819; Friendship, 1819; and Congress, 1819-1820. Also includes clippings of shipping news in Salem papers, 1813-1889, very spasmodic after 1823
Whaling logbooks and account book( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Logs of the following ships: Alpha, 1846-1850; Mohawk, 1859-1863; Ocean, 1865-1869; Mohawk, 1850-1854; China, 1846-1850; Enterprise (introduced as Constitution), 1854-1857 (account book); Alleghenia, 1867-1870; Charles Carroll, 1836-1840 and Mary, 1843-1847
Whaling logbooks and letters( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member 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 ship account books, logs and other documents( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member 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 accounts( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Logbooks of the following whaling ships: Emerald, 1830-1835; Emma C. Jones, 1849-1851; Endeavour, 1858-1860; Enterprise, 1849-1851; Liverpool 2nd, 1851-1853; Congaree, 1859-1863; Eric, 1851-1853; Essex, 1828-1829; Eugene, 1844-1847; Eunice H. Adams, 1869-1885 and Sea Fox. Also includes accounts of the Ellen, 1861 and the Emma Jane, 1879-1884
Whaling account books and other documents( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member 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
Whaling logbooks( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Logbooks of the following whaling ships: A.E. Whyland, 1915; A.M. Nicholson, 1919-1920; William A. Graber, 1919-1920; A.R. Tucker, 1861-1892; Abigail, 1847-1850; Abraham Barber, 1850-1870; Active, 1852-1871; Daniel Wood, 1856-1860; Mary, 1861-1865; Addison, 1834-1860; and Sarah Sheafe, 1858-1859
Log of Jupiter and shipping list( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member 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
Whaling account books and scrapbook( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Account books of the following ships: Abbott Lawrence, 1878/1880; Alexander, 1851; Archer, n.d.; Camilla, 1862; Cape Horn Pigeon, 1876; Eugenia, 1862; George Howland, 1862/1866; Glacier, 1868; Greyhound, 1903; New Bedford, 1868; Horatio, n.d.; Josephine, 1856/1863; Kathleen, 1900; Mars, 1878; Mary and Helen, 1879; Morning Star, 1878; Orray Taft, 1864/1872; Ospray, 1862/1884; Petrel, 1857; President, 1887; Sea Gull, 1858; Unidentified, n.d.; Reindeer,1881; and Desdemona 1882. Also includes & scrapbook of William Bradford (Artist), n.d
 
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