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Incredible collection of photographs charting a century of shipwrecks

Incredible collection of photographs charting a century of shipwrecks

Clipper Ship Plans

Clipper Ship Plans

Sea chest contents 18th early 19th century (accordian would be 1840 though)

Sea chest contents 18th early 19th century (accordian would be 1840 though)

Alvin Langdon Coburn

Alvin Langdon Coburn

gallivant24cnc: “ Sunbeam, photo by Clifford W Ashley ”

gallivant24cnc: “ Sunbeam, photo by Clifford W Ashley ”

The Whydah, a three-masted galley ship, was launched in London, England in 1715. Captained by Lawrence Prince, the Whydah was commissioned as a heavily armed trading ship for use in the Atlantic slave trade. After two years of service, she was seized by Captain Bellamy and his pirate crew. Bellamy sailed the Whydah as a pirate ship for two months, attacking and plundering over 50 ships. With a ship full of treasure, Bellamy set a course for home, Cape Cod.

The Whydah, a three-masted galley ship, was launched in London, England in 1715. Captained by Lawrence Prince, the Whydah was commissioned as a heavily armed trading ship for use in the Atlantic slave trade. After two years of service, she was seized by Captain Bellamy and his pirate crew. Bellamy sailed the Whydah as a pirate ship for two months, attacking and plundering over 50 ships. With a ship full of treasure, Bellamy set a course for home, Cape Cod.

Ship’s Medicine Chest, 1800s View Object Record Starting in 1790, American merchant ships larger than 150 tons and with more than 10 crew members were required to have medicine chests. The chests came with instructions, and the captain or first mate usually administered the medicines. This well-traveled example has labels from Baltimore, Maryland; Mamaroneck, New York; and Halifax, Nova Scotia

Ship’s Medicine Chest, 1800s View Object Record Starting in 1790, American merchant ships larger than 150 tons and with more than 10 crew members were required to have medicine chests. The chests came with instructions, and the captain or first mate usually administered the medicines. This well-traveled example has labels from Baltimore, Maryland; Mamaroneck, New York; and Halifax, Nova Scotia

Le sac de matelot.

Le sac de matelot.

Sea Chest with Brass Trim, 1775-1800 - Holland.

Sea Chest with Brass Trim, 1775-1800 - Holland.