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Seabury, on voyage November 24, 1849 – January 22, 1850.
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New Bedford Whaling Museum Research Library: Logbook of the America 2nd, ODHS
Funds for digitization were provided by the North Pacific Research Bureau.
Merchant vessel, out of New Bedford mastered by Charles P. Seabury, on voyage November 24, 1849 – January 22, 1850; owner-agent William O. Brownell; built at Philadelphia, PA., in 1811.
Logbook, kept by Charles P. Seabury, relating to a trading voyage from San Francisco,
Calif. to Valparaiso, Chile.
It includes descriptions of a death at sea (Nov 23, 1849 p. 31) and a ship spoken
p. 34; Juan Fernandez Islands Jan 20 p. 35.