New Bedford Whaling Museum,-- Kendall Institute
Logbook, kept by Bates, relating to a trading voyage to Brazil -- Includes descriptions of accidents and death at sea, collision at sea occuring in port at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, indigenous people, punishment on ship, shipboard medicine, shipwreck, Captain Bates's religious nature and his earlier imprisonment in Dartmoor, England, ship boarded by Argentine privateers and captain and crew temporarily taken prisoner while ship was searched and plundered. Other places represented include Paraíba, Salvador (Bahia, Brazil), Santa Catarina, Rio Grande, and New York
New Bedford Whaling Museum,-- Kendall Institute
Log, keeper unknown, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, and on the line -- Includes descriptions of types of whales seen or taken with coordinates, ships spoken to, accidents and death at sea, and punishment on ship; and whale stamps. Other places represented include Faial, Brava, Paita, Maui, Oahu, Kauai, Malden Island, Gilbert and Island, Ocean Island (Banaba), Guam, Rota Island, Raoul Island (Sunday Island), and Rio de Janeiro
The Mariners' Museum Library
30 Photos taken from 1927 to 1930 chiefly of unidentified ports, people and vessels. Two of the ports photographed are known to be Rio de Janeiro and Bahia. A Brazilian Mina Geraes class battleship and a German Koningsberg class light cruiser are identified among the warships. Also contains the SS Broad Arrow's 1927 Christmas dinner menu
Peabody Essex Museum
The logbook of the ship Janus details three voyages, from Salem to Baltimore, Montevideo, Valparaiso, Callao, Paita, and Guayaquil (Sept. 1825 to Mar. 1826); from Guayaquil to Callao, India, Manila, and Rio [i.e. Rio de Janeiro?] (Apr. 1826 to Nov. 1826); and from Batavia [i.e. Jakarta] to Salem (Mar. 1827 to June 1827). Owner was [Gideon Tucker?]. It is a daily log describing wind, weather, location, death at sea, and sightings of ships
Peabody Essex Museum
The logbook of the bark Eliza Ann details a voyage from New York to Singapore, Rio de Janeiro, Boston, and Melbourne (June 1854-Nov. 1855). Home port was [Salem, Mass.]; owner was [Stone, Silsbee, and Pickman]; master was Josiah Dudley. It is a daily log that describes wind, weather, location, shipboard occupations, sightings of ships, provisions and supplies, illnesses, and deaths at sea. Log does not continue while in port. Abstract included at end. Bound with the ship David G. Fleming, ship Sumatra, ship Judge Shaw, an Uknown Vessel, and ship Australia
Peabody Essex Museum
The logbook of the ship Typhoon details a voyage from Cardiff to Rio de Janeiro, Singapore, Hong Kong, Whampoa, Manila, and Cork (July 1861 to Dec. 1862). Master was T.R. Webb and James S. Salter. It is a daily log that describes wind, weather, location, provisions, shipboard occupations, port activities, and cargo
New Bedford Whaling Museum,-- Kendall Institute
Log, keeper unknown, relating to shipping voyages -- Includes description of collision at sea; and ports of call at Portland and Bath, Me., Havana, Matanzas, Boston, London, Kronshtadt, Helsingør (Elsinor), New Orleans, Rio de Janeiro, and Stockholm
New Bedford Whaling Museum,-- Kendall Institute
Logbook, kept by Ebenezer Chase, relating to whaling voyage to the Atlantic and Indian oceans -- Includes descriptions of whales and elephant seals seen or taken, accidents at sea, mutiny, punishment on ship, and natives at Sumbawa, Indonesia, not allowing crew to disembark; and whale stamps, anchor drawings, and profile portraits. Other places represented include Kerguelen (Desolation) Islands, Java, Dunedin, and Rio de Janeiro
University of California, Berkeley
Written by a young army officer, describing life at military posts in Louisiana and Michigan; experiences (1846-1848) in Mexico during the Mexican-American War; voyage around the Horn (Dec. 1848-July 1849) on the ship Mary and Adeline, via Rio and Valparaiso; effect of gold fever in Valparaiso and San Francisco; posts in Benicia and at Rancho del Chino; travels in the Sierra Nevada as escort to Colonel Warner's party; growth of Benicia, Sacramento, and San Francisco; description of Los Angeles; Indian depredations, particularly in Southern California; crime and criminals, especially the Lugo brothers; arrival of Mormons in California, etc -- With these, letters from James T. Overstreet, Charles Swain Lovell, Erasmus Darwin Keys, Caleb Smith and others, concerning the last illness and death of Schureman
Peabody Essex Museum
The logbook of the brig Olinda details a voyage from Richmond to Rio de Janeiro and New York (Sept. 1833-Feb. 1834). Log does not continue in port. Home port was Salem, Mass.; owners were Gideon Tucker, Samuel Tucker, and Daniel H. Mansfield; master and log keeper was William Briggs. It is an incomplete daily log describing wind, weather, location, provisions and supplies, shipboard occupations, and sightings of ships

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