3 edition of Searsport sea captains found in the catalog.
Searsport sea captains
Frederick Frazier Black
|Statement||compiled by Frederick Frasier Black with brief biographical sketches, including the ships they commanded.|
|Series||Publications / Penobscot Marine Museum ;, no. 18, Publications (Penobscot Marine Museum) ;, no. 18.|
|LC Classifications||VK139 .B53 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||256 p. :|
|Number of Pages||256|
|ISBN 10||0941216497, 0941216489|
|LC Control Number||89082273|
Searsport is known as home of several famous sea captains in Maine. Settled in the 's, Searsport has a maritime history as deep as its salt water harbor. Searsport is the second deepest port in Maine, which made it the ideal shipping center for Maine potatoes and timber which were sent down via the Bangor and Aroostook Railroad as exports. of Searsport, Maine, USA Probably the most tragic Lost At Sea I have seen so far is the disappearance of the Bark, "Abby Carver". She took her captain & crew and all but one son under with her when she went.
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Searsport: Home of the Famous Sea Captains During the 19 th century the port of Searsport built over ships in its 17 shipyards and supplied the nation with many of its deep-water sea captains. The port is situated on the north end of the Penobscot Bay with a protected deep-water harbor and is still used as a commercial dock for tankers. Abandoned "Sea Captain's House" in Searsport, Maine - Built s. comments. share. save hide But it was built like this so he could keep his sea legs while on shore. level 1. It inspired me to come up with the brilliant idea to make a coffee-table book with pictures of abandoned buildings --until I found out that such books already.
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This collection of photographs of sea captains from Searsport was compiled by Colonel Frederick Frazier Black, USA (). Accompanying each photograph is a brief biographical sketch, Searsport sea captains book the names of ships commanded.
Searsport captains, like others in Maine, often took their wives and families with them on trading voyages around the world. Approximately sixty children from Searsport were born at sea, and over seventy women accompanied their husbands.
For their stories, see Stories of the Sea: Women’s Roles. Searsport, Maine, was famous for its master mariners. Over merchant captains came from this small coastal town in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Considering that Searsport's population was only about 2, people at that time, it was remarkable that so many master mariners called it home. Searsport sea captains: A collection of photographs (Publications / Penobscot Marine Museum) [Frederick Frazier Black] on magny-notaires.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Searsport sea captains: A collection of photographs (Publications / Penobscot Marine Museum) [unknown_binding] BlackAuthor: Frederick Frazier Black.
Searsport is an incorporated town and deep water seaport located at the confluence of the Penobscot River estuary and the Penobscot Bay immediately SE of Sears Island and Cape Jellison in Waldo County, Maine, United States.
The population was 2, at the magny-notaires.comort includes the village of North Searsport. The town is known as "the home of the famous sea captains" and the County: Waldo.
Apr 20, · Bangor Daily News Without Fear or Favor Searsport sea captain’s ornate home for sale, ghosts included. “There were or so sea captains from Searsport, just in the 19th century. Author: Abigail Curtis. Searsport sea captains: A collection of photographs (Publications / Penobscot Marine Museum) [Frederick Frazier Black] on magny-notaires.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying magny-notaires.com: Frederick Frazier Black.
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Publish your book with B&N. Learn More. Sea Captain. Benjamin was a ship captain who sailed from Searsport (Waldo County) Maine according to the book Searsport Sea Captains by Colonel Frederick Frasier Black () p.
According to that source, he sailed on the following vessels: the brig Kentucky (), the Burial: Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings. Oct 09, · The seaport town was famous for its sea captains in the mid's and was once home to ten percent of all American deep-water shipmasters.
These sea captains traveled the world and brought home their treasures which are on display at the Penobscot Marine Museum Today, Searsport is a quiet community of residents who enjoy a 4 season. Searsport sea captains. [Frederick Frasier Black (comp)] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search.
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[Frederick Frasier Black]. Feb 21, - Browse and Book from the Best Vacation Rentals with Prices in Searsport and nearby: View TripAdvisor's unbiased reviews, photos and great deals on 33 vacation rentals, cabins and villas in Searsport, ME and nearby.
Carver Memorial Library serves Searsport Maine. Thursday, February 27, pm John Holyoke will read from and discuss his new book Evergreens, a collection of Maine outdoor stories.
Searsport, Maine is known for its fine, old, historic bed and breakfast inns – many, at one time, were the homes of Searsport sea captains. The town is located on the Mid-Coast of Maine along scenic U.S.
Route 1, conveniently on the way to Acadia National Park and the Bar Harbor region. Sea Captains House restaurant, Myrtle Beach, SC. More awards than any other restaurant in town. Southern Living Magazine best seafood 4 years in a row. Sea Captains House restaurant, Myrtle Beach, SC.
More awards than any other restaurant in town. Southern Living Magazine best seafood 4. See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Captain Nickels Inn, ranked #1 of 2 B&Bs / inns in Searsport and rated of 5 at Tripadvisor. Flights rooms for sitting by a fireplace or just looking out upon the sea while you read a book.
I believe there are about 8 to 10 rooms for rent. in all the style and grandeur /5(). May 09, · Searsport sea captain hero not forgotten, thanks to town historian And the story of one of Searsport’s legendary sea captains, one she knew when she was a child, relates a part of history in Author: Tom Groening.
Isaac died at sea in October, at 31 years, 1 month, and 1 day of age. [info courtesy of Kenneth D. Tyler] Like his father, Isaac was a ship captain who sailed from Searsport (Waldo County) Maine according to the book Searsport Sea Captains by Colonel Frederick Frasier Black () p. Burial: Searsport Village Cemetery, Searsport, Waldo.
The Blanchard family was among the oldest in Searsport, Maine; Captain Blanchard descended from several generations of sea captains.
Phineas Banning Blanchard and his five siblings, including three brothers who were also sea captains, spent the majority of their childhood in Searsport. Military ServiceDied: April 23,Brooklyn, New York. Alphabetical list of “ships commanded by Searsport men – ” giving the name of the captain and the name oif the vessel he commanded.
The last couple dozen are captains of steamers. Some familiar names, Lincoln Colcord among them, appear here. Below this is a listing of “vessels built in Searsport” giving name, date, [ ].May 13, · The Penobscot Maritimes Museum in Searsport, Maine has the bark disappear inbut I went by the numbers on the stones.
"In memory of Captain Benjamin C Pendleton and family Master of Bark, Abbie Carver which sailed from Hong Kong August 8, bound to Callao (Peru, South America) and never heard from.".Mar 07, · Historic sea captain’s mansion, now a B&B, asks $K in Maine The Searsport, Maine, home was built in By Lauren Ro @blauring Mar 7,am EST.