Benjamin Franklin:

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Benjamin Franklin
Book History of the American Whale Fishery, From its Earliest Inception to the Year 1876
Author Alexander Starbuck
Published Argosy-Antiquarian, New York,
ISBN 1555215378
Pages 494, 500, 508, 530, 542, 556, 562, 578, 592, 610
Benjamin Franklin (1835; steamboat, New York)
Book Merchant Sail
Author William Armstrong Fairburn
Published Fairburn Marine Educational Foundation, Inc., Center Lovell, Maine,
Page II: 1373
Benjamin Franklin
Book A Maritime History of Bath, Maine, and the Kennebec River Region
Author William Avery Baker
Published Marine Research Society, Bath, Maine,
ISBN 0937410101
Page Arr 1848
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Benjamin Franklin (1826) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (1851) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (1927)
Book Civil and Merchant Vessel Encounters with United States Navy Ships, 1800-2000
Author Greg H. Williams
Published McFarland & Co., Jefferson, NC,
ISBN 0786411554, 9780786411559
Page 81
Benjamin Franklin (1942)
Book Civil and Merchant Vessel Encounters with United States Navy Ships, 1800-2000
Author Greg H. Williams
Published McFarland & Co., Jefferson, NC,
ISBN 0786411554, 9780786411559
Page 82
Benjamin Franklin (America; liberty ship; built or delivered in 1942; 7,176 gross tons) Subscribe to view
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Published OCLC, Dublin, Ohio
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Published OCLC, Dublin, Ohio
Benjamin Franklin (Bark, 1855) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (bark, built Pembroke, MA, 1838; voyage: Beverly, MA, 1852-1853) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (bark, built Pembroke, MA, 1838; voyage: Beverly, MA, 1853-1855) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (bark, built Pembroke, MA, 1838; voyage: Beverly, MA, 1855-1856) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (bark, built Pembroke, MA, 1838; voyage: Fall River, MA, 1856-1858) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (bark, built Pembroke, MA, 1838; voyage: Fall River, MA, 1858-1860) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (bark, built Pembroke, MA, 1838; voyage: Fall River, MA, 1860-1862) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (bark, built Pembroke, MA, 1838; voyage: New Bedford, MA, 1863-1865) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (bark, built Pembroke, MA, 1838; voyage: New Bedford, MA, 1866-1867) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (bark, of Fall River, Mass.; voyage of 1856-1858) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (bark, of Fall River, Mass.; voyage of 1858-1860; Atlantic Ocean) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (bark, of Fall River, Mass.; voyage of 1860-1862) Subscribe to view
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Published OCLC, Dublin, Ohio
Benjamin Franklin (brig, built Pembroke, MA, 1838; voyage: Beverly, MA, 1850-1850) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (brig, built Pembroke, MA, 1838; voyage: Beverly, MA, 1850-1852) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (Brigantine; 1852, Cornwallis) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (Brigantine; Canadian; Official Number: 34760, built 1852, Cornwallis, Nova Scotia, Canada) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (Brigantine; Canadian; Official Number: 9002009, built 1852, Cornwallis, Nova Scotia, Canada; 120 gross tons) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (Built 1987, Kelowna, BC, Canada; Name given in 1987; Yacht, 29 tons) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (Canadian, O.N. 810017) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (Fireboat) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (Liberty Ship; built in Los Angeles, Calif., completed March 1942) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (Merchant, Am.) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (motor vessel) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (Norwegian, 7034 tons; sunk by U-boats) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (privateer) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (Recreational; Boston, MA; built 1974; 23 gross tons; call sign WBP5708) Subscribe to view
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Published OCLC, Dublin, Ohio
Benjamin Franklin (Schooner; built Richport OH, 1834; 106.05 tons; enrollment certificates) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (Schooner; built Rockport (Rocky River), OH, 1834) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (Schooner; built Rockport OH, 1834; 106.09 tons; enrollment certificates) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (Schooner; built Sodus NY, 1857; 147.22 tons; ON 2381; enrollment certificates) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (schooner; Capt. Alfred; noted in directory of 1863) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (schooner; Capt. Alfred; noted in directory of 1864) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (schooner; Capt. Alfred; noted in directory of 1865) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (schooner; Capt. Brooke; noted in directory of 1859) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (schooner; Capt. Brown; noted in directory of 1866) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (schooner; Capt. Brown; noted in directory of 1868) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (schooner; Capt. Brown; noted in directory of 1870) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (schooner; Capt. Brown; noted in directory of 1872) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (schooner; Capt. Dempsey; noted in directory of 1887) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (schooner; Capt. Dempsey; noted in directory of 1888) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (schooner; Capt. Kelly; noted in directory of 1861) Subscribe to view
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Published OCLC, Dublin, Ohio
Benjamin Franklin (sidewheel or paddle steamer; 1828-42) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (single screw or propeller; 1851-56) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (Sloop, 1818) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (SSBN 640) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (SSBN-640) at New London, illus. Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (St John, NB, 1854, Sail; ON: 34760) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (St.bt.; built Buffalo NY, 1842; 130.28 tons; enrollment certificates) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (St.bt.; built Buffalo NY, 1842; 231.28 tons; enrollment certificates) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (St.bt.; built Buffalo NY, 1842; 231.38 tons; enrollment certificates) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (St.bt.; built Buffalo NY, 1942; 231.28 tons; enrollment certificates) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (Steam Boat; built Buffalo, NY, 1842) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (steamer; noted in directory of 1858) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (steamer; noted in directory of 1859) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (steamer; noted in directory of 1862) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (steamer; noted in directory of 1863) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (Steamship; noted in directory of 1861) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (Wheelar, captain) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin (Whelan, captain) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin [timetables, images, etc.] Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin, American privateer schooner (Capt. Josiah Ingersoll) Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin, Buffalo, Ny, steamboat, 1842: historical references Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin, Cincinnati paddlewheel steamer, 1843: historical references Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin, Cincinnati paddlewheel steamer, 1844: historical references Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin, Cincinnati paddlewheel steamer, 1848: historical references Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin, New York passenger steamer, 1828: historical references Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin, Philadelphia 3-m steamship, 1856: historical references Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin, Philadelphia merchant brig, 1819: historical references Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin, Philadelphia merchant schooner, 1819: historical references Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin, Philadelphia merchant ship, 1796: historical references Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin, Sch. (98)
Book Queens of the Western Ocean: The Story of America's Mail and Passenger Sailing Lines
Author Carl C. Cutler
Published United States Naval Institute, Annapolis, Md.,
ISBN 0870215310
Pages 420, 421, 422
Benjamin Franklin, schooner/privateer. ca. 1812: historical references Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin, ship, ca. 1798: historical references Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin, ship, to carry French prisoners to France Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin, ship, transportation of French citizens Subscribe to view
Benjamin Franklin, St. Prop. (613)
Book Queens of the Western Ocean: The Story of America's Mail and Passenger Sailing Lines
Author Carl C. Cutler
Published United States Naval Institute, Annapolis, Md.,
ISBN 0870215310
Pages 213, 289, 291, 512
Benjamin Franklin, whaling brig, 1839: historical references Subscribe to view
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