Charles W. Morgan Crew arranged by:Name Position Birth Place Country Voyage About the Project
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Steerage Boys on board on the Charles W. Morgan(Ordered by voyage)
|14||Roberts, F. H.||18||Guam||San Francisco||Spain|
|15||Morris, William John||38||California||San Francisco||USA|
|16||Morris, William J.||40||California||San Francisco||USA|
|17||Martinez, Felix||Guam||San Francisco||Spain|
|18||Martines, Felix||24||Guam||San Francisco||Spain|
|20||Nego, Jose||21||Guam||San Francisco||Spain|
|20||Silva, Joe||20||Western Islands||San Francisco||Portugal|
|22||De Cross [de Cruz], Leonte||31||Panama||San Francisco||US Columbia|
|23||Pangalino, Joe||21||Guam||San Francisco||Spain|
|24||Yashiske, Osada||25||Japan||San Francisco||Japan|
|25||De la Rama, Gregorio||19||Manilla||San Francisco||Manilla|
|25||Domingo, Philip||20||Guam||San Francisco||USA|
|21||De Cross [de Cruz], Leonte||40||Panama||San Francisco||US Columbia|
Boatheader: The man who steers the boat in going on a whale, and afterwards kills it. Generally a mate, but sometimes an experience whaleman with no ship duties save masthead and cutting-stage, whose only title is boatheader.
Boatsteerer: Harpooner. The man who pulls the harpoon oar, darts the iron into the whale, and then steers while the mate or boat-hander lances him.
Greenhand: Inexperienced man on his first whaling voyage.
Preventer Boatsteerer: A substitute boatsteerer. The foremast hand who is next in line for promotion. He pulls bow oar.
Shipkeeper: Usually the cooper, who acts as sailing master while the boats are away.