Peabody Essex Museum
Account book of the Sturgis Center. Includes abstract of voyages, cargo memo and receipts, disbursements, and crew accounts for the ship Mortimer Livingston, the brig Martha Washington, and the bark Henry Kelsey. Includes index
Peabody Essex Museum
The logbook of the vessel Prudent details a voyage from Salem to Mobile ([18--]). Log keeper was [John B. Williams?]. It is one log entry describing wind, weather, location, and shipboard occupations. Bound with the brigs Munroe and Baltimore, and the ship Black Warrior
Peabody Essex Museum
The logbook of the schooner William R. King details a voyage from Mobile, Ala. to Pensacola, Fla. and Galveston Bay, Tex. (Oct. 1860 to Jan. 1861). Master and log keeper was John Clement Lord. It is a daily log that describes wind, weather, location, passengers, and Lord's family. Bound with the ships Josephus, Stephen Crowel, and H.M. Hayes
Peabody Essex Museum
The logbook of the sloop Prudent details a shipping voyage from New York to Mobile and Key West, Sept.-Oct. 1837. The master was Jesse N. Braddick. The logbook includes mention of the wrck of the schooner Trenton in Mobile Bay. Preceding the logbook are 7 pages of weather data from Dec. 25, 1836 to Jan. 16, 1837, probably kept while the unknown keeper was home on leave
Peabody Essex Museum
The logbook of this unidentified vessel details a voyage from Boston to Mobile, Ala.; New York; and back to Boston (Mar. 1823 to June 1824). Master was Captain Forster. It is a daily log describing wind, weather, location, and shipboard occupations. Bound with the ship Lady Brooks, the brig Jones, the schooner Halcyon, and a second unidentified vessel
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Letter signed. Recommends an immediate attack on Mobile, Alabama
Valentine Richmond Historical Center
The collection contains letters, business papers, and documents relating to the Sedgwick and Mussen families who migrated to Virginia from Ireland in the early 19th century. Much of the correspondence is to or from cousins Margaret A. Mussen and John R. Sedgwick, who were married in Richmond by 1867
Gloucester Archives
Includes Gloucester, Mass. (1820-1870) with Jan. 1821-Aug. 1832, Oct. 1832-June 1836, Oct. 1836-Dec. 1838, Feb. 1839-Sept. 1867, and July 1868-Dec. 1869 missing -- Information includes date of arrival, name of vessel, name of passenger, age, sex, occupation, part of vessel occupied during voyage, country of which subject, country of which it is intention to become inhabitant, and those who died on voyage. Also includes Georgetown, D.C. (1820-1821), Hampton, Va. (1820-1821), Hartford, Conn. (1837), Havre de Grace, Md. (1820), Hingham, Mass. (1852), Kennebunk, Me. (1820-1842), Key West, Fla. (1837-1868), Little Egg Harbor, N.J. (Tuckerton, N.J., was port of entry), Marblehead, Mass. (1820-1849), and Mobile, Ala. (1832-1852. Some dates are missing
Portsmouth Athenaeum
Log (1830-1831) of the ship Sarah Parker -- Log traces the ship's course from New York to Mobile, Liverpool, and back to Portsmouth. This was Goodwin's last voyage as master
State Historical Society of Iowa
This collection contains 56 holographic letters, 12 transcript letters, and 7 documents. The letters were written to Mary Ann Rice of Iowa City, Iowa from different locations. The content of the letters are routine with the exception that Rice discusses the cost and variety of goods that he provides the troops. He notes, for example, that he purchased a dozen eggs for 25 cents. Other information is specific to the Rice family and still other information is typical, health, camp life, lack of mail, a desire for newspapers and the like. Perhaps the most interesting item in the collection is a wooden "needle" used by price to pry two molars from his mouth one night in 1862. He noted that no dentist was available. He saved the needle


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