Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
James Andrews Seaman's Journal and Notebook
Includes a journal of voyages in 1817-1819 on the ship Osprey commanded by Stephan Brown. One of the voyages was from Salem to Canton, China and back. Includes also a linen-covered journal with questions and answers of a mathematical nature: salary, measurements, geometric problems, trigonometry, and sailing as well as methods for keeping a ship's log.
Washington D. Harriman Travel Journal
Journal recording details of a voyage of an unidentified vessel from Trapani, Italy in 1885. The journal covers the dates June 12 through June 30, and the first page indicates that this volume is a continuation of the journal.
Log of the Valiant
A humorous account kept by J.S. Bradford of a sailing trip made by a group of friends in 1905. Arriving in Boston after traveling by boat from somewhere south of Long Island, N.Y., the group went by train to Portsmouth, N.H., where they boarded the sailing ship Valiant. They then sailed to Bar Harbor, Maine and back; the log recounts their activities both on the vessel as well as while visiting friends ashore.
Logs of Fishing Boats from Kennebunk, Wells, and Cape Porpoise
Ten logs of cod fishing boats from Kennebunk, Wells, and Cape Porpoise, 1854-1860. Includes information on the weather, location, and fish caught as well as information on the captain, home port, and dates.
Schooner George Henry Fishing Journal
Journal kept aboard the schooner George Henry of Deer Isle, Maine. Includes daily remarks mostly about the weather, as well as the names of fishermen on board and the amount of the daily catch of fish.