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
New Bedford Whaling Museum,-- Kendall Institute
Log, kept by Peter Pease, relating to coastwise shipping voyage from New Bedford to Philadelphia, Pa., and return -- Includes cargo lists, prayers, and poems
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
US Army Heritage and Education Center
Contains the following type of materials: correspondence
University of Southern Mississippi - Cook Library
Biographical sketch, personal and professional correspondence, handwritten manuscript for his book, The Pascagoula Indians, personal documentation, and items relating to Higginbotham's research interests
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Correspondence, journal, notebooks, reports, biographical data, and other papers relating primarily to Shaw's command of the U.S. Navy New Orleans Station (1810-1813) and the Boston Navy Yard (1819-1822). Subjects include the fortification of New Orleans, La., and the capture of Mobile, Ala., during the War of 1812. Correspondents include Samuel Angus, William Bainbridge, James Biddle, Amos Binney, Isaac Chauncey, Henry Denison, Jesse D. Elliott, Thomas Scott Fillebrown, Charles W. Goldsborough, Moses Green, Samuel Hambleton, Isaac Hull, Thomas Macdonough, Alexander Murray, David Porter, James Renshaw, John Rodgers, Joseph B. Shaw, Benjamin Thomas, Smith Thompson, and George A. Wise
Alabama Department of Archives and History
This series consists of a register of collateral to discounted notes. Included are the date when the note was deposited, the name of the first, second, and third payer, relief number, collateral number, name of depositor, date of note, term of note, amount, county, and remarks pertaining to the payment of the note
Alabama Department of Archives and History
This series, compiled in the form of an alphabetical index, consists of a statement of the cases standing open on city and county credit books. Each letter of the index is divided into city and county credit book sections. Included are the account name, the names of the payer and endorser, date when the note was due, and the amount. Some of the debtors owed as much as $12,000.00
Alabama Department of Archives and History
This series consists of financial reports from Henry B. Holcombe, assistant banking commissioner, to the General Assembly of the State of Ala. on 1855 Nov. 15. The types of reports include: 1) a statement of collections from 1855 July 1 to 1855 Oct. 31 and the total amount collected; 2) a general financial statement of the affairs of the Branch Bank at Mobile; 3) a statement of discounted notes and notes protested, and the amount; 4) a statement of bills receivable; 5) a statement of the 16th section notes held by the Branch Bank at Mobile and the amount; 6) a statement of debts due the Branch Bank at Mobile and the amount; 7) a statement of total assets; and 8) a statement of sales of real estate by the Branch Bank at Mobile. This series serves as a useful research tool in the study of the liquidation of the State Bank and its Branches. Also included is a brief address to the General Assembly by Henry B. Holcombe
Alabama Department of Archives and History
The papers, 1938-1981, contain correspondence, letters, legal records, financial records, lists, photographs, printed matter, awards, greeting cards, certificates, invitations, postcards, appointment books, medical records, newspaper clippings, serials, books, electoral returns, and maps

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