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John E. Barstow Collection, 1870-1890

Collection, 1870-1890

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1 1 Yarn by John E. Barstow, master of the ship CABAGO during 1850, in the Bay of Panama, concerning an encounter with a sea monster at the islet of Malpello., undated
2 Yarn by John E. Barstow, master of an unidentified ship in the years 1853 and 1854, pertaining to yellow fever and culmination in a tale about himself and two crew members sailing his ship form New Orleans, La., to Bremen, Germany, with the remainder of the crew incapacitated by the disease, undated
3 Yarns in the magazine Fairplay (London, England), entitled "Captain John E. Barstow's Tough Yarn, Fiction of the First Water.", 1889 Jan 24

Collection, 1870-1890

1 Reminiscences by John E. Barstow, master of the ship CELESTIAL EMPIRE of New York, New York, for a coastwise passage to San Francisco, California with a return passage to Callao, Peru. Carried cargo of coal, timber, and guano, contains illustrations and ship's accounts., 1874 Oct 27 - 1876 Jan 15
2 Sketch book containing random sketches, original poems, navigation computations, and clippings., 1870

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