Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Diary and letters written during Macdonald's trip to America with Robert Owen, his participation in the founding of Owen's community at New Harmony, Ind., and his return trip to England by way of New Orleans, La., Charleston, S.C., and Havana, Cuba
U.S. Coast Guard Historian's Office
Interview of Capt. Robert Nutting, USCG, containing detailed descriptions of his activities relating to Hurricane Katrina rescue operations including: Atlantic Area Command preparations for Hurricane Katrina; providing communication resources to the USCG after New Orleans lost her landlines and the USCG communications station there was also unable to operate
Historic Northampton Museum & Education Center
Order from Clarke transferring control of a prisoner
New Bedford Whaling Museum,-- Kendall Institute
Log, keeper unknown, relating to merchant voyages from Mattapoisett, Mass., New York, N.Y., Belém (Pará), Brazil, with rice and cocoa, Maranhão, Brazil, Pernambuco, Brazil, with sugar and hides, New Orleans. La., with sugar, Baltimore, Md., with hogs and horses, Kingston, Jamaica, with shipment of coffee, Charleston, S.C., with empty oil casks, New Bedford, Mass., and Berbice
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
Letters written by Masland to family members in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, during his service in Florida, Texas, and Mexico, describing battles with Indians, Mexican War battles, travel through Texas, army life, and family matters -- Also includes a letter informing Masland's family of his death in the Battle of Resaca de la Palma. Other places represented include Corpus Christi, Tex., Fort Hamilton, Fla., New Orleans, La., Jefferson Barracks, Mo., New York, N.Y., Germantown, Pa., and Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mex
New Bedford Whaling Museum,-- Kendall Institute
Log, kept by Capt. Calvin G. Worth, relating to intercoastal shipping voyage from New York, N.Y., to New Orleans, La., and return to New York
Rutgers University Libraries
Diary (1839-1857), recording considerable detail about New Orleans (also three sea trips between New Orleans and New York) and the furniture business, with reflections on the Panic of 1857; business accounts (1881-1882); and school notebooks (1885-1886 and undated) and tuition receipts (1833-1885) for Moore's son, Henry S. Moore, Jr., at University Grammar School, (New York) and at Dr. A. Callisen's School for Boys and Young Men (New York); together with notebooks (1876) of William Moore and miscellaneous student notebooks (1842, 1864-1865). Places represented include Rahway, N.J.
New Bedford Whaling Museum,-- Kendall Institute
Log, kept by Capt. Calvin G. Worth, relating to intercoastal shipping voyage from New York, N.Y., to New Orleans, La., and return to New York -- Includes description of collision at sea
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Clippings of texts published in the New Orleans times-picayune, the New Orleans item, and the Washington post, with handwritten notes describing various aspects of Pabst's work; together with family photographs and a letter from Lindy Boggs
U.S. Coast Guard Historian's Office
Interview of Cdr. Kelly Kachele, USCG, containing detailed descriptions of his activities relating to Hurricane Katrina rescue operations including: serving as the logistics section chief in Alexandria, LA., during the Katrina relief operation; and assisting in supplying the USCG Eighth District, New Orleans, La., with additional staff, aircraft, cutters, and operational assistance

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