Draper:

55 ship citations (6 free) in 20 resources
Draper (before 1800, New York)
Book Merchant Sail
Author William Armstrong Fairburn
Published Fairburn Marine Educational Foundation, Inc., Center Lovell, Maine,
Page V: 2776
Draper
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 352, 386, 408, 442, 478, 524, 574
Draper
Book Shipwrecks in the Americas
Author Robert F. Marx
Published Dover, New York,
ISBN 048625514X, 9780486255149
Page 339
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Draper (American Ship, Tonnage 291, Master Lawton, Sailed 15th September 1844 from Whence, New Bedford, On A Whaling Voyage to Port Jackson 29th November 1846) Subscribe to view
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Draper (brig; Capt. Albert Gould; noted in directory of 1895) Subscribe to view
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Draper (Ipswich, 1845, Sail; ON: 11857) Subscribe to view
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Draper (Newry, 1839, Sail; ON: 19132) Subscribe to view
Draper (of New Bedford, Charles Parker, Master, 291 tons, from A Whaling Voyage to Sydney, New South Wales, 4th January, 1864) Subscribe to view
Draper (other; Capt. Albert Gould; noted in directory of 1896) Subscribe to view
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Draper (Ship)
Book Addendum to "Starbuck" and "Whaling Masters": New Bedford Customs District
Author Reginald B. Hegarty, comp.
Published New Bedford Free Public Library, New Bedford, Mass.,
Pages 26, 31, 40
Web WorldCat
Published OCLC, Dublin, Ohio
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Draper (ship, built Newbury, MA, 1816; voyage: New Bedford, MA, 1860-1864) Subscribe to view
Draper (Ship; 291 tons; from New Bedford, Massachusetts; directory of 1855) Subscribe to view
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Draper (Tonnage 291, Master Lawton, Sailed 15th September 1844 from Whence, New Bedford On A Whaling Voyage, to Port Jackson ? January, 1846) Subscribe to view
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Draper, 18th cent. ship
Book The Clipper Ship Era: An Epitome of Famous American and British Clipper Ships, Their Owners, Builders, and Crews, 1843-1869
Author Arthur H. Clark
Published G.P. Putnam's Sons; The Knickerbocker Press, New York,
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