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Bonds On Withdrawal Of Salt For Curing Fish, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1911-1912, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.) Jan 1911

Bonds On Withdrawal Of Salt For Curing Fish, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1911-1912, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.)

History of Maine Fisheries

Manuscript volume for the U.S. Customhouse in Castine, Me. containing the bonds on withdrawal of salt for curing fish on board fishing vessels and/or on shore, including the names of vessels and their masters, the quantity and type (typically cod) of fish cured, and the quantity of Salt used in Curing, 1911-1912. [From Series V of the Customhouse Records Collection, Penobscot Marine Museum.]


Bonds On Withdrawal Of Salt For Curing Fish, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1910-1913, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.) Jan 1910

Bonds On Withdrawal Of Salt For Curing Fish, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1910-1913, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.)

History of Maine Fisheries

Manuscript volume for the U.S. Customhouse in Castine, Me. containing the bonds on withdrawal of salt for curing fish on board fishing vessels and/or on shore, including the names of vessels and their masters, the quantity and type (typically cod) of fish cured, and the quantity of Salt used in Curing, 1910-1913. [From Series V of the Customhouse Records Collection, Penobscot Marine Museum.]


Bonds On Withdrawal Of Salt For Curing Fish, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1910, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.) Jan 1910

Bonds On Withdrawal Of Salt For Curing Fish, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1910, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.)

History of Maine Fisheries

Manuscript volume for the U.S. Customhouse in Castine, Me. containing the bonds on withdrawal of salt for curing fish on board fishing vessels and/or on shore, including the names of vessels and their masters, the quantity and type (typically cod) of fish cured, and the quantity of Salt used in Curing, 1910. [From Series V of the Customhouse Records Collection, Penobscot Marine Museum.]


Bonds On Withdrawal Of Salt For Curing Fish, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1909, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.) Jan 1909

Bonds On Withdrawal Of Salt For Curing Fish, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1909, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.)

History of Maine Fisheries

Manuscript volume for the U.S. Customhouse in Castine, Me. containing the bonds on withdrawal of salt for curing fish on board fishing vessels and/or on shore, including the names of vessels and their masters, the quantity and type (typically cod) of fish cured, and the quantity of Salt used in Curing, 1909. [From Series V of the Customhouse Records Collection, Penobscot Marine Museum.]


Records, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1908-1917, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.) Jan 1908

Records, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1908-1917, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.)

History of Maine Fisheries

Records include coaster’s manifests and related papers for various coasting vessels employed in the importation and exportation of salt used for curing fish and salted fish, including cod and herring, with mention of both foreign and domestic ports, 1908-1917; ship’s papers for various schooners out of Castine, Me. on fishing voyages, primarily cod and herring, to the Grand Banks and the Newfoundland fisheries, including mention of fishing outfits and salt carried on board for curing fish at sea, 1913-1917. [From Series I of the Customhouse Records Collection, Penobscot Marine Museum. Note: Oversized documents necessitated scanning of some pages ...


Bonds On Withdrawal Of Salt For Curing Fish, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1908, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.) Jan 1908

Bonds On Withdrawal Of Salt For Curing Fish, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1908, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.)

History of Maine Fisheries

Manuscript volume for the U.S. Customhouse in Castine, Me. containing the bonds on withdrawal of salt for curing fish on board fishing vessels and/or on shore, including the names of vessels and their masters, the quantity and type (typically cod) of fish cured, and the quantity of Salt used in Curing, 1908. [From Series V of the Customhouse Records Collection, Penobscot Marine Museum.]


Bonds On Withdrawal Of Salt For Curing Fish, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1905-1909, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.) Jan 1905

Bonds On Withdrawal Of Salt For Curing Fish, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1905-1909, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.)

History of Maine Fisheries

Manuscript volume for the U.S. Customhouse in Castine, Me. containing the bonds on withdrawal of salt for curing fish on board fishing vessels and/or on shore, including the names of vessels and their masters, the quantity and type (typically cod) of fish cured, and the quantity of Salt used in Curing, 1905-1909. [From Series V of the Customhouse Records Collection, Penobscot Marine Museum.]


Journal Of Fishing Voyage With Typescript, Schooner Lizzie Lee, 1892, E L. Dorr Jan 1892

Journal Of Fishing Voyage With Typescript, Schooner Lizzie Lee, 1892, E L. Dorr

History of Maine Fisheries

Logbook for the Schr. Lizzie Lee, a cod fishing vessel out of Lamoine (Me.) whose master was Captain E. L. Dorr. The image file contains the typescript of the logbook preceding the original journal. The log records a Fishing voyage to the Grand Banks with references to Fishing, vessel handling and weather conditions.


Bonds On Withdrawal Of Salt For Curing Fish, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1889-1899, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.) Jan 1889

Bonds On Withdrawal Of Salt For Curing Fish, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1889-1899, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.)

History of Maine Fisheries

Manuscript volume for the U.S. Customhouse in Castine, Me. containing the bonds on withdrawal of salt for curing fish on board fishing vessels and/or on shore, including the names of vessels and their masters, the quantity and type (typically cod) of fish cured, and the quantity of Salt used in Curing, 1889-1899. [From Series V of the Customhouse Records Collection, Penobscot Marine Museum.]


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Lizzie Lee, 1888, E L. Dorr Jan 1888

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Lizzie Lee, 1888, E L. Dorr

History of Maine Fisheries

Logbook for the Schr. Lizzie Lee, a cod fishing vessel out of Lamoine (Me.) whose master was Captain E. L. Dorr. The log records a Fishing voyage to the Grand Banks with references to Fishing, vessel handling and weather conditions. Includes detailed rates for individual crew members.


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Edith B. Coombs, 1884, E M. Yeaton Jan 1884

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Edith B. Coombs, 1884, E M. Yeaton

History of Maine Fisheries

Logbook for the Schr. Edith B. Coombs, a cod fishing vessel out of Lamoine (Me.) whose master was Captain E. M. Yeaton. The log records part of a Grand Banks Fishing voyage with references to Fishing, catching squid for bait, and some vessel handling details. Does not include the beginning or conclusion of the voyage.


Bonds On Withdrawal Of Salt For Curing Fish, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1884-1898, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.) Jan 1884

Bonds On Withdrawal Of Salt For Curing Fish, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1884-1898, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.)

History of Maine Fisheries

Manuscript volume for the U.S. Customhouse in Castine, Me. containing the bonds on withdrawal of salt for curing fish on board fishing vessels and/or on shore, including the names of vessels and their masters, the quantity and type (typically cod) of fish cured, and the quantity of Salt used in Curing, 1884-1898. [From Series V of the Customhouse Records Collection, Penobscot Marine Museum.]


Fishing Licenses For Cod And Mackerel, 1862-1864, United States Customhouse (Bath, Me.) Jan 1862

Fishing Licenses For Cod And Mackerel, 1862-1864, United States Customhouse (Bath, Me.)

History of Maine Fisheries

Two fishing licenses issued by the U. S. Custom House in the district of the port of Bath (Me.). The first was issued for the Schooner Mary Snowman of Georgetown (Me.) for the cod fishery trade, April 21, 1864; the second was issued for the Schooner Gem of the Ocean of Woolwich (Me.) for the mackerel fishery trade, April 3, 1862.


Diary, Chandler M. Jewett, 1862, Chandler Mahony Jewett Dec 1861

Diary, Chandler M. Jewett, 1862, Chandler Mahony Jewett

History of Maine Fisheries

Personal diary of Chandler M. Jewett, who was later captain of many Georgetown (Me.) vessels, but was just a seaman in 1862. The entries here cover only the period when Jewett fished aboard the Schooner Fairy Forest out of Westport (Me.), including a brief time when he was in command of her. Records fishing journeys along the nearby coast as well as Shelburne (Nova Scotia), Bank Orphan, and Prince Edward Bank. Daily entries contain much reference to personal activities, such as hunting and attending sermons, as well as life aboard the ship, including weather and some mention of catch, primarily ...


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Speedwell, 1861, William E. Rand Jan 1861

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Speedwell, 1861, William E. Rand

History of Maine Fisheries

Logbook for the Schr. Speedwell, a cod fishing vessel out of Southport (Me.) whose master was Captain William E. Rand. The log records a Fishing voyage to the Banks. Includes much reference to weather conditions with some account of daily catch for individual crew members.


Ship’S Papers, Schooner Eothen, 1860-1861, Witherle And Company Jan 1860

Ship’S Papers, Schooner Eothen, 1860-1861, Witherle And Company

History of Maine Fisheries

Ship’s papers for the Schr. Eothen on fishing voyages out of Castine, Me. to the Banks. Records expenditures for vessel, including shares paid to individual crew members, as well as sales of fish, primarily cod, haddock and halibut. The ship was likely one of the vessels managed by Witherle and Company [formerly Hook and Witherle, 1806-1808; Witherle and Jarvis, 1810-1844; and William Witherle and Company, 1844-1855], a general store in Castine, Me. that supplied local fishermen and residents. [From Series VI and VII of the Witherle Collection, Penobscot Marine Museum. Note: Oversized documents necessitated scanning of some pages in ...


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Fishing Boat Two Sisters, 1860, James Bagley Jr Jan 1860

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Fishing Boat Two Sisters, 1860, James Bagley Jr

History of Maine Fisheries

Journal for the fishing boat Two Sisters, a cod Fishing vessel from Jonesport, Maine whose master was James Bagley, Jr. The Journal was produced for the collector of customs for the District of Machias, Maine and contains information about the weather and sailing conditions as well as a record of the number of fish taken each day. Includes inspector's letter.


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner John, 1859, Nathan W. Huff Jan 1859

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner John, 1859, Nathan W. Huff

History of Maine Fisheries

Journal for the Schr. John, a cod fishing vessel out of Kennebunk (Me.) whose master was Captain Nathan W. Huff. The log records a Fishing voyage from Kennebunk to the Banks. Includes much reference to weather conditions and regular accounts of catch for individual crew members. Back of Journal records total fish catch by quintals and barrels of oil used, including dollar amounts.


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Sabina, 1859, Hubbard Flagg Jan 1859

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Sabina, 1859, Hubbard Flagg

History of Maine Fisheries

Journal for the Schooner Sabina, a cod fishing vessel from Harrington, Maine whose master was Hubbard Flagg. The Journal was produced for the collector of customs for the District of Machias, Maine and contains information about the weather and sailing conditions as well as a record of the number of fish taken each day. Includes fisherman's shipping paper.


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Fishing Boat Pilot, 1859, George Chipman Jan 1859

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Fishing Boat Pilot, 1859, George Chipman

History of Maine Fisheries

Journal for the fishing boat Pilot, a cod Fishing vessel from Milbridge, Maine whose master was George Chipman. The Journal was produced for the collector of customs for the District of Machias, Maine and contains information about the weather and sailing conditions as well as a record of the number of fish taken each day.


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Talmas, 1859, Ammi B. Kelley Jan 1859

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Talmas, 1859, Ammi B. Kelley

History of Maine Fisheries

Journal for the Schooner Talmas, a cod fishing vessel from Jonesport, Maine whose master was Ammi B. Kelley. The Journal was produced for the collector of customs for the District of Machias, Maine and contains information about the weather and sailing conditions as well as a record of the number of fish taken each day on a voyage to Labrador.


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Argo (Addison, Me.), 1859, Robert A. Talbot Jan 1859

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Argo (Addison, Me.), 1859, Robert A. Talbot

History of Maine Fisheries

Journal for the Schooner Argo, a cod fishing vessel from Addison, Maine whose master was Robert A. Talbot. The Journal was produced for the collector of customs for the District of Machias, Maine and contains information about the weather and sailing conditions as well as a record of the number of fish taken each day on a voyage to the Bay of Fundy.


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Argo (Harrington, Me.), 1859, Henry B. Flagg Jan 1859

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Argo (Harrington, Me.), 1859, Henry B. Flagg

History of Maine Fisheries

Journal for the Schooner Argo, a cod fishing vessel from Harrington, Maine whose master was Henry B. Flagg. The Journal was produced for the collector of customs for the District of Machias, Maine and contains information about the weather and sailing conditions as well as a record of the number of fish taken each day. Includes fisherman's shipping paper.


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Ann, 1859, Coffin Crowley Dec 1858

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Ann, 1859, Coffin Crowley

History of Maine Fisheries

Journal for the Schooner Ann, a cod fishing vessel from Addison, Maine whose master was Coffin Crowley. The Journal was produced for the collector of customs for the District of Machias, Maine and contains information about the weather and sailing conditions as well as a record of the number of fish taken each day on a voyage from Machias to Jonesport.


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner George Henry, [1858?], Anonymous Jan 1858

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner George Henry, [1858?], Anonymous

History of Maine Fisheries

Journal for the Schooner George Henry, a cod fishing vessel from 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.


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Signal, 1858, John Tanner, John W. Hutchins Jan 1858

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Signal, 1858, John Tanner, John W. Hutchins

History of Maine Fisheries

Journal for the Schr. Signal, a cod fishing vessel out of Kennebunk (Me.) whose master was Captain John Tanner. The log records a Fishing voyage from Cape Porpoise to the “Banks and Bay.” Includes much reference to weather conditions and some accounts of catch for individual crew members. The author of the Journal is John W. Hutchins.


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Louisa, 1858, Horace Foster Jan 1858

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Louisa, 1858, Horace Foster

History of Maine Fisheries

Journal for the Schooner Louisa, a cod fishing vessel from Machiasport, Maine whose master was Horace Foster. The Journal was produced for the collector of customs for the District of Machias, Maine and contains information about the weather and sailing conditions as well as a record of the number of fish taken each day.


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner St. Lawrence, 1858, J A. Pinkham Dec 1857

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner St. Lawrence, 1858, J A. Pinkham

History of Maine Fisheries

Journal for the Schr. St. Lawrence, a cod fishing vessel out of Cape Porpoise (Me.) whose master was Captain J. A. Pinkham. The log records a Fishing voyage from Cape Porpoise to the “Western Bank.” Includes much reference to weather conditions and regular accounts of catch for individual crew members, including total number of fish taken in front of Journal.


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Fishing Boat Nile, 1857, George W. Saunders Jan 1857

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Fishing Boat Nile, 1857, George W. Saunders

History of Maine Fisheries

Journal for the boat Nile, a cod fishing vessel out of Kennebunkport (Me.) whose master was Captain George W. Saunders. The log records a Fishing voyage to the “inshore Banks,” with mention of Cape Porpoise (Me.) and White Island (Me.). Includes much reference to weather conditions and regular accounts of catch for individual crew members.


Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Charlotte Ann, 1856, Silas P. Grant Jan 1856

Journal Of Fishing Voyage, Schooner Charlotte Ann, 1856, Silas P. Grant

History of Maine Fisheries

Journal for the Schr. Charlotte Ann, a cod fishing vessel out of Cape Porpoise (Me.) whose master was Captain Silas P. Grant. The log records a Fishing voyage from Cape Porpoise to the “Western Bank.” Includes much reference to weather conditions and regular accounts of catch for individual crew members, including total catches by week in front and back of Journal