4 edition of Whalemen and whaleships of Maine found in the catalog.
Whalemen and whaleships of Maine
Kenneth R. Martin
Bibliography: p. 67-71.
|Statement||Kenneth R. Martin.|
|Contributions||Marine Research Society of Bath.|
|LC Classifications||SH383.2 .M36 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||71 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
|ISBN 10||0884480305, 0884480313|
|LC Control Number||74028773|
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Free shipping for many products. "Margaret Creighton has written a fascinating book on the world of whalemen in whaling's golden era. From her reading in more than two hundred diaries and letters, Creighton shows how factors such as gender, religion, and the profit motive produced the whalemen's rich and lively culture.
This is an insightful piece of historical scholarship and Cited by: Winner of the National Book Award, Nathaniel Philbrick's book is a fantastic saga of survival and adventure, steeped in the lore of whaling, with deep resonance in American literature and history.
Inthe whaleship Essex was rammed and sunk by an angry sperm whale, leaving the desperate crew to drift for more than ninety days in three tiny /5().
Leviathan is a very interesting and well researched book documenting the critical role that whaling played in American history. This is not a book about whales, but a book about people.
The decimation of whale populations at the hands of the world's whaling fleets is addressed in a refreshingly matter-of-fact way that makes the subject of 4/5. Whalemen and Whaleships of Maine A Publication of the Marine Research Society of Bath, Maine Martin, Kenneth R.
Published by Harpswell Press Book, Brunswick, ME (). About this Item: Harpswell Press, Brunswick, Maine, Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. A small, 71 page booklet covering Maine's historical involvement in the whaling industry. The contribution of the whaleships and whalemen from the state of Maine.
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A Whaler & Trader in the Arctic to Alaska Northwest Publishing Co., Anchorage, AK pp. (Paperback. A rough and ready reminiscence of Allen's early life in the Artic hunting bowheads from commercial whaling vessels and then. The Two Brothers—a ton, foot-long vessel built in Hallowell, Maine, in —also carried two other Essex survivors, Thomas Nickerson and.
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American whaling flourished from the late s through the mids. Hundreds of ships left American ports, hunting the planet’s largest living creatures.
Commercial whaling began in the Atlantic, but as whale populations declined, the chase spread to the Pacific and Arctic oceans. While whalebone and ivory were valuable, a whaler’s main. Michael P. Dyer is the Senior Maritime Historian at the New Bedford Whaling Museum.
He recently wrote a book entitled “O’er the Wide and Tractless Sea: Original Art of the Yankee Whale Hunt.” In the book are a myriad of illustrations created by whalemen in logbooks and journals depicting the hunt and much more.
Abstract: Continuing the author’s long-standing research into historic songs of the sea, this article analyzes song lyrics and poems written in the journals of Long Island whalemen between and Using close contextual reading of these texts, it offers insight into two types of storms faced by mariners: the storm without, which is nature’s tempest at sea; and the storm within.
Book Description: "I just begin to find out that whaling will never do for me and have determined to leave the ship here if possible." That sentiment, expressed by a foremast hand aboard the ship Caroline inis one shared by many of the whalemen in this fascinating book.
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On Novemthe whaleship Essex was rammed and sunk by an angry whale. Within minutes, the twenty-one-man crew, including the fourteen-year-old cabin boy /5(5). Songs the Whalemen Sang. Barre, MA: Barre Publishers, Collected from Yankee whalemen’s journals: songs originally collected and sung on whaleships.
A unique book, but unfortunately marred by lapses in scholarship and transcription. Texts of the songs, with tunes supplied by the editor from various sources. Hurst, A. The music of five.
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In the Wake of Madness seemed like the intriguing story of a tragedy that befell a whaleship in the far Pacific Ocean. The write up inside the cover suggested that this book would be the first to answer the question, what really happened the night the captain of the Sharon was killed, and who really were the murderers/5.
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This spot is known to whalemen as the “life” of the whale. When “sounding” to a great depth it is estimated. "] just begin to find out that whaling will never do for me and have determined to leave the ship here if possible." That sentiment, expressed by a foremast hand aboard the ship Caroline inis one shared by many of the whalemen in this fascinating book.
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most enduring legacy, however, is the record of her whalemen, which illuminates an all but forgotten episode of local history.
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