Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Blotters, daybooks or journals, ledger, cash books, account books, letter book, of a firm in Busksport, Maine dealing in ship supplies. The firm was known as E. Barnard and Company until the death of Enoch Barnard in 1863, after which Ambrose White carried on the business. There are records of shares the firm had in fishing voyages. The business began as a general store carrying some ship supplies and gradually evolved into a business dealing principally in ship supplies.
Records of the Fishermen's Wives of Gloucester (Association), activists for the New England fishing industry, fishermen, and their families.
Records relating to the fishing business, coastwise shipping, and a general store. The material on fishing includes fish books, schooners' outfits, shares books, and unbound papers. On coastwise shipping there are unbound papers for a number of vessels, schooners' outfits, coasting books, and waste books. The general store, Newcastle, N.H., is represented by blotters, day book, and stock books.
License bonds issued by the collector of the District of Kennebunkport, Me., to owners of various ships authorizing them "to be employed in the coasting trade and fisheries" (1817-1862).