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The bark Hosea Rich was a cargo ship out of Bangor, Me. This collection includes correspondence and documents relating to an 1882–1883 voyage from New York, N.Y., to Montevideo, Uruguay, and Pernambuco, Brazil, and sale of the vessel in 1883.
- Collection Number:
- Bark "Hosea Rich" Papers
- 1813–1883, undated
- Hosea Rich (Bark).
- Nantucket Historical Association
- Material is in English.
Information for Users
Restrictions to Access: No restrictions. Open for research.
Restrictions to Use: No usage restrictions.
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Preferred Citation: [identification of item], in the Bark "Hosea Rich" Papers, Nantucket Historical Association.
Gift of Mrs. Ernest H. Menges in 1987 (Acc. 1987.160).Sensitive Materials Statement:
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- Log 311, Log of the ship "Hosea Rich", in the Ships' Logs Collection, Nantucket Historical Association.
- Hosea Rich (Bark).
- Ship captains.
- Voyages and travels -- 19th century.
- Barks (Sailing ships) -- Maine.
- Shipping -- Maine.
- International trade.
- Sugar trade.
The bark Hosea Rich was a cargo ship out of Bangor, Me.
Scope and Content
This collection includes correspondence and documents relating to an 1882–1883 voyage from New York, N.Y., to Montevideo, Uruguay, and Pernambuco, Brazil, and return to New York with sugar; and information pertaining to the sale of the vessel (1883). Correspondents include Charles Norton, captain, of Edgartown, Mass.
Folder 1 Bill of Sale, bonds, certificate of ownership, 1813–1883
Folder 2 Insurance policies, 1880–1882
Folder 3 Letters out by Charles Norton, 1882–1883, undated
Folder 4 Letters in to Charles Norton, 1882–1883
Folder 5 Sale of bark, 1883, undated
Folder 6 Receipts, 1880–1881, 1883
Finding aid by Ashley Miller, June 2022.