Bacon Family Shipping Papers, 1854-1873.

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Various. Bacon Family Shipping Papers, 1854-1873.

Bacon Family Shipping Papers, 1854-1873.

Collection consists of photostats, which include: a log of the Ship Game Cock during an 1855 voyage between San Francisco, California and Shanghai; a bill of sale for the Ship Vancouver, dated 1854; a bill of sale for the Ship Daniel Marcy, dated 1873; correspondence written aboard the Ship Game Cock while in Shanghai, all dated 1855; and pages from an unidentified voyage between March and April 1855.

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Graham, J. A.

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Leviathan (Steam Tug)

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Game Cock (Ship)

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House of Russell (Shanghai)

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Vancouver (Ship)

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Bacon, Francis, 1909-1992

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Forbes, Charles E.

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Bacon, Daniel G. (Daniel Gorham), 1819-

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Two Resolute (Steamer)

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Daniel Marcy (Ship)

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Thwing, S. C.

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Various.

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Bacon, William B.

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Whittemore, Thomas, 1800-1861

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This periodical, a successor of the Universalist magazine edited by Hosea Ballou, was the leading weekly of the Universalist denomination. Under Whittemore's editorship (1828-1861), it continued to cover doctrine, religion, and morality, publishing sermons, poetry, and articles on Universalist doctrine and on the progress of Universalism, along with news on missions and the activities of Universalist societies. During the 1830's and 1840's, contents were broadened to include more secular materia...