New-York Marine Register (1858; via Mystic Seaport's Ship Register Database). New York: R.C. Root, Anthony & Co., 1858.

Mystic Seaport's Ship Register database is a collection of digitized copies of American Lloyd's Register of American and Foreign Shipping, 1859 through 1883, Record of American and Foreign Shipping, 1871 through 1900, and New York Marine Register, 1858. Many thanks to the staff at Mystic Seaport's excellent G.W. Blunt White Library for making this access possible. Links from ShipIndex.org take you to the digitized version of the resource, at the Seaport's Library website.

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