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
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
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
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of an import-export record book documenting trade of cotton, rice, and lumber from the ports of Charleston (S.C.), Mobile (Ala.), New Orleans (La.) and Savannah (Ga.) to Spain or the West Indies from 1855-1878, 1886-1888. Each entry gives the date of arrival, name and type of ship, name of the captain, port of origin, date of departure, and destination
US Army Heritage and Education Center
Contains the following type of materials: correspondence
University of Michigan - William L. Clements Library
This collection is primarily made up of letters to Israel Snow about vessels, ship captains, and shipments of goods in the early and mid-19th century
University of Michigan - William L. Clements Library
This collection contains letters between Kirk Cunningham of Mobile, Alabama, his wife Mary, and his brother John of Lancaster, Massachusetts. Kirk Cunningham wrote a series of letters to his wife while seeking work in San Francisco, California, in 1854 and 1855, and to his brother while living in Mobile, Alabama, during the years leading up to the Civil War. His letters concern economic matters, philosophy, and politics. John Cunningham wrote about his life in Massachusetts
U.S. Coast Guard Historian's Office
Interview of LTJG Amber Jack, USCG, containing detailed descriptions of her activities relating to Hurricane Katrina rescue operations including: her assignment as one of two staging area managers for Coast Guard station Pascagoula, Miss.; setting up a staging area in Pascagoula where the incident command post in Mobile, Ala., could send supplies that would be available for deployment when and where needed; managing the supply needs of the station as well as local Coast Guard cutters conducting search and rescue operations; arranged for the station to get its own fuel tank; and assisting station personnel with missions, as well as their families' needs
University of West Florida,-- Special Collections Dept
Collection of Alabama related materials; includes A.L.S. (February 4, 1823) from Israel Pickens, governor of Alabama, recommending Col. Benjamin S. Smoot as naval agent in Pensacola, Fla.; a history of Flomaton, Ala. by Korrie Brown; and published materials concerning Daphne, Fairhope, Bay Minette, Mobile, and other south Alabama towns formerly part of Spanish West Florida


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