Boyd and Hanson records
- 1822-1868 (inclusive)
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Extent1 linear feet (14 volumes)
Maine, a center for shipbuilding during the nineteenth century, supported a variety of yards, builders and craftsmen throughout the state. Boyd and Hanson worked with the principal owners or on contract to install rigging after a vessel was framed and built, and the masts were completed. In addition to rigging, Boyd and Hanson employed men to load and unload ships as well as aid in commercial construction in Portland and surrounding towns.
- Boyd and Hanson. Boyd and Hanson Records, 1822-1868 (inclusive): A Finding Aid
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