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Nantucket Historical Association 
15 Broad Street
P.O. Box 1016
Nantucket, MA 02554

 

Edward Conroy
Papers, 1868

Logbook of U.S. store supply ship kept by Lieutenant Commander Edward Conroy.

 

Gardner Family
Papers, 1717-1911

Thomas M. Gardner's appointment as a Master in the Navy, March 24, 1868. Signed by Andrew Johnson, President and Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy. Appointment as Lieutenant in the Navy, Dec. 18, 1868. Signed by Andrew Johnson, President and Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy. Appointment as Lieutenant Commander in the Navy, May 17, 1878.

 

Gouin, Marcel E. A.
Papers, 1928-1938

 

Greenleafe, E.
Papers, 1832

Logbook of schooner Boxer kept by Midshipman E. Greenleaf.

 

Hogan, T.J.
Papers, 1876

T.J. Hogan, Cadet Engineer kept this log of a practice cruise on the steamer Mayflower. Contains detailed descriptions of engines, war products and other machinery used on board ships. Information was taken from displays at the Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia and working foundries in and around New York City, Providence, Rhode Island, Cold Spring, New York and Newburgh, New York.

 

Jones, Philander
Papers, 1811

Log of U.S. brig Argus kept by Philander Jones.

 

Ritchie, George H.
Papers, 1851-1875

Purser George H. Ritchie describes in great places visited while serving on board Powhatan, John P. Kennedy, John Hancock, Sonora, and George Law.


10 May 2002