Ezra T. Doughty journal 1832-1833, 1859 Doughty, Ezra T. journal


Ezra T. Doughty journal 1832-1833, 1859 Doughty, Ezra T. journal

Ezra T. Doughty's diary entries pertain to his experiences onboard the USS and USS during the ships' voyages in the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico in 1832 and 1833. Doughty, a midshipman who became sailing master of the in December 1832, recorded detailed descriptions of Haiti; Veracruz, Mexico; and Havana, Cuba, and reflected on several aspects of navy life. St. Louis Grampus Grampus

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