Milbridge (Me.) -- History
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
R. Fickett & Sons Records
Identifier: SpC MS 1128-sc
Collection includes a daybook, 1854-1856, and three ledgers, 1851-1878, detailing customers and goods sold to them. A fifth volume, 1861-1897, records amount paid for labor done for taking care of and supplying vessels, hauling timber, selling wood, etc.
Veranus Warren Account Book
Identifier: SpC MS 1693-sc
Account book kept by Veranus Warren, a blacksmith from Milbridge, Maine.
James Vaughn Weeden Farmer's Pocket Ledger
Identifier: SpC MS 1220-sc
A printed volume meant to be used to keep a daily record of farming operations and including descriptions of various pieces of machinery from the John Deere Company. The volume was given compliments of H.O. Nichols, Harrington, Maine, apparently a dealer in farm machinery, and was used by James Vaughn Weeden of Milbridge, Maine, to record a few entries.
Rufus Wilson Ship's Journal for Enterprise
Identifier: SpC MS 1541-sc
Abstract Journal kept on board the vessel Enterprise of Milbridge, Maine, by Wilson to present to the collector of customs while employed in cod fishing. Entries from May through November 1858 record number of fish taken during each day by each person on board and include notes on activities of the crew, the weather, wind direction, etc. Included in volume is a sheet from the deputy collector and inspector, district of Machias, port of Cherryfield, certifying that the Enterprise was seaworthy and...