Author(s)Shepard, Michael, 1786-1856
KeywordsAmesbury Factory Company
Female Baptist Missionary Society
First Baptist Church (Salem, Mass.)
George Read and Company
Julius Pratt and Company
Lowell Baptist Aboriginal Society
Moore, Morton, and Company
Newton Theological Institution
Salem Baptist Association (Mass.)
Salem Bible Translation and Foreign Mission Society
Eben Dodge (Bark)
Elizabeth Hall (Bark)
Emily Wilder (Bark)
Jenny Cushman (Brig)
La Plata (Bark)
North America (Ship)
Said Bin Sultan (Bark)
Thomas Perkins (Brig)
Tom Corwin (Bark)
Shepard, Henry F., 1832-
Shepard, Thomas Perkins, 1818-1877
Bertram, John, 1796-1882
Blanchard, Benjamin, 1770-1843
Bolles, Matthew, 1769-1838
Clarke, Francis G. (Francis Gedney), 1792-1843
Ditmore, Christopher F.
Fabens, B. Frank, 1817-1869
Hooper, Robert S.
Jackson, Susanna, d. 1820
Kinsman, Nathaniel, 1798-1847
Knight, John B.
Perkins, Thomas Handasyd, 1764-1854
Procter, J. H.
Proctor, Thorndike, 1789-1834
Shepard, Michael, Webb, b. 1826
Shepard, Samuel, 1784-1863
Webster, E. A. (Elijah Ashley), 1813-1855
Abandonment (Maritime law)
Gold mines and mining
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AbstractThis collection is comprised of the shipping, business and personal papers of Michael Shepard and a few other family members.
Copyright/LicenseThis collection is open for research use.
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Historic Ships' RecordsThe Phillips Library at the Peabody Essex Museum, 1662/1980The Historic Ships' Records is an artificial collection which contains material having to do with the shipping industry primarily in Salem, Massachusetts, but also Boston, Amsterdam, New Orleans, San Francisco, and London. Items in the collection include bills of lading, receipts, crew lists, disbursement records, and personal accounts.
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Honorable James H. Duncan (1793-1869) PapersDuncan, James Henry, 1793-1869 (The Phillips Library at the Peabody Essex Museum, 1668/1910)The Honorable James H. Duncan papers are comprised of materials relating to Duncan's personal affairs, legal affairs and business activities in the first half of the nineteenth century.