Manuscript accounts for the bark Waverly whaling ship
The Waverly was a 327-ton New Bedford whaler owned by David B. Kempton. This account book records the purchases of each of 34 officers and crewmen who served aboard her during her 4-year voyage in the Indian and Pacific oceans.
- April 1859-May 1863
- Waverly (Whaling ship) (Organization)
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1 volume ; 32 cm x 20 cm
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchased from Ten Pound Books, 2007
- Guide to the Accounts of the Bark Waverly
- Manuscript accounts for the bark Waverly whaling ship
- Finding aid prepared by amc, 2008. Finding aid encoded by amc, 2008, 2008.
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Accounts of the Bark Waverly, Department of Special Collections, MS E274, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas Libraries