Anthony Sammarco,Paul Buchanan's New Bedford (Images of America) PDF

By Anthony Sammarco,Paul Buchanan

In 1765, whilst Joseph Rotch sailed around the bay from Nantucket, he introduced with him the abilities and data to begin New Bedford's whaling undefined. via 1830 town was once a bigger whaling port than Nantucket, with an enormous fleet using greater than 10,000 people.

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