White, John Wesley, 1829-1892.

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John Wesley White (1829-1892) was born in Norfolk, Virginia. He entered the U.S. Revenue Marine Service in 1855 and served most of his enlistment on the Pacific Coast. From 1867-1869 he served in Alaskan waters. John W. White's son, James Taylor White (1866-1912) was born in Port Townsend, Washington. James became a medical doctor and served as ship's surgeon for the U.S. Revenue marine Service 1890-1906. Most of his service was spent in Alaska.

From the description of John Wesley White and James Taylor White papers, 1865-1913. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 42064482

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associatedWith Bear (Ship) corporateBody
associatedWith Corwin (Ship) corporateBody
associatedWith Lincoln (Ship) corporateBody
associatedWith Nunivak (Steamer) corporateBody
associatedWith Nunivak (Steamer) corporateBody
associatedWith United States. Revenue-Cutter Service corporateBody
associatedWith U.S. Customs Service corporateBody
associatedWith White, James Taylor, 1866-1912. person
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Place Name Admin Code Country
Holy Cross (Alaska)
Japonski Island (Alaska)
Sitka (Alaska)
Yukon River Valley (Yukon and Alaska)
Saint Michael (Alaska)
Alaska
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Photograph collections
Ethnology
Scrapbooks
Indigenous peoples
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Birth 1829

Death 1892

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