Read all about USRC Bear's general description, specifications and time line.

Notes:

1. Latitude/longitude, including for days in port, show representative decimal positions for each day, as calculated by the Old Weather project's analysis program. As such, they differ by varying amounts from the positions recorded, usually at noon, in the log pages. In addition, some latitudes/longitudes have been amended in edited logs for errors in the logs, for errors in identifying locations by the analysis program, or simply for greater accuracy. In all cases, refer to the log-page scans for the positions as originally recorded. Not all log pages contain this information and the ships' positions have therefore often been estimated.

2. Full account of any day is available by clicking on the link above that day. Any groups of links may refer to log book covers and introductory information; some may be blank.

3. Logbook events have been formatted but not edited. The quality and quantity of transcribed information therefore varies, and may include up to 3 versions of the same data depending on the number of volunteers working on the originals.


Note to Editor: For every date, both left and right pages are dated. In all cases, cut/paste the right page url directly below the left page url and use only the first date. See “3 May 1890” and “4 May 1890” for examples. Many discussions and proper names properly spelled are available on the forum.



LOG BOOK – MAY 26TH 1888 TO SEPTEMBER 6TH 1888


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Log book of the USS "Bear" commencing May 26th 1888 at San Francisco, Cal, ending September 6th, 1888, at San Francisco, Cal

Commencing May 26th 1888 at San Francisco, Cal and ending September 6th 1888


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LIST OF OFFICERS -

List of Officers attached to and on board of the USS Bear, commanded by Captain M A Healy USRM during the period covered by this log-book

List of Officers


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LOGS FOR MAY 1888


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26 May 1888

Lat 38.03, Long -123.18

coal: 8580 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 706935 lbs. - Coal on hand

coal: 698355 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


Lat 37.8, Long -122.4

san francisco cal

At 1300 got underway and steamed out of harbor


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27 May 1888

Lat 38.67, Long -124.73

coal: 681015 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 17340 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


at sea


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28 May 1888

Lat 39.78, Long -127.75

coal: 662715 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 18300 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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28 May 1888

at sea


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29 May 1888

Lat 41.33, Long -131.58, position at 4 pm

coal: 644175 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 18540 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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29 May 1888

at sea


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30 May 1888

Lat 42.97, Long -135.25

coal: 626055 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 18120 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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30 May 1888

at sea


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31 May 1888

Lat 45.33, Long -139.02

coal: 607995 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 18060 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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31 May 1888

at sea

coal: 57(1626/2240) tons - Consumed



LOGS FOR JUNE 1888


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1 June 1888

Lat 47.10, Long -143.25

coal: 18120 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 589875 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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1 June 1888

at sea


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2 June 1888

Lat 48.60, Long -147.07

coal: 19860 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 570015 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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2 June 1888

at sea


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3 June 1888

Lat 49.78, Long -151.52

coal: 549550 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 20460 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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3 June 1888

at sea


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4 June 1888

Lat 51.45, Long -155.97

coal: ?28490 - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 21060 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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4 June 1888

at sea


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5 June 1888

Lat 52.92, Long -161.65

coal: 15960 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 512535 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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5 June 1888

at sea


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6 June 1888

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska harbor

coal: 503295 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 7230 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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6 June 1888

at sea

At 1135 made fast to buoy in the harbor, Unalaska

A.C.Co's Steamer "Dora" - found in port

At 1330 hauled to coal wharf. At 1415 commenced coaling

Steamer Dora - seen in fort


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7 June 1888

ounalashka

coal: 670575 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 720 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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7 June 1888

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska a i

coal: 75 tons -

coal: Received 75 tons - Crew coaling ship


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8 June 1888

ounalashka

coal: 720 lbs, - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 669855 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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8 June 1888

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska a i

raining and foggy


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9 June 1888

ounalashka

coal: 669135 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 720 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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9 June 1888

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska at


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10 June 1888

ounalashka


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10 June 1888

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska a i


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11 June 1888

ounalashka


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11 June 1888

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska at

Cast off from wharf and hauled to the buoy

A.C. Co's Steamer "St. Paul" - At 0900 arrived


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12 June 1888

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

unalaska alaska ounalashka


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12 June 1888

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska alaska

Public voucher tor purchase and services other than personal

SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE CO. bill on log sheet for $109.05


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SHEET COVERING LOG OF 12 June


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12 June 1888

Public voucher tor purchase and services other than personal (dated April 12th, 1927)


TELEPHONE BILL ON LOG


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13 June 1888

ounalashka alaska unalaska

DUPLICATE LOG OF 12 June


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12 June 1888

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska a i

Cast off from the buoy and steamed to the outer harbor

At 0930 came to anchor in Sumner Bay

At 1710 got underway


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13 June 1888

Lat 55.68, Long -168.52


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13 June 1888

bering sea

At 2220 came to anchor off the village St George Island


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14 June 1888

off st george island

coal: 646515 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 1620 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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14 June 1888

st george island

Lieut. Dunwoody sent to shore to collect all breach rifles from natives


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15 June 1888

st george island

coal: 1500 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 645015 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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15 June 1888

st george island


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16 June 1888

Lat 56.6, Long -169.8

delnor point

coal: 4740 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 640275 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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16 June 1888

Lat 54.2, Long -165.5

st paul island

James Thompson, seaman - sick and off duty

At 1010 got underway

At 1745 came to in S.W. anchorage St. Paul Island


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17 June 1888

Lat 54.2, Long -165.5

st paul island

coal: 636015 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 4260 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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17 June 1888

st pauls island

At 0330 got underway

At 0620 anchored off Walrus Island

got underway

At 1215 came to anchorage

U.S.S. "Thetis" - arrived


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18 June 1888

Lat 54.2, Long -165.5

st paul island

coal: 1380 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 634635 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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18 June 1888

st pauls island


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19 June 1888

Lat 54.2, Long -165.5

st paul island

coal: 4320 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 630315 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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19 June 1888

Lat 54.2, Long -165.5

st pauls island

At 1435 got underway


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20 June 1888

Lat 55.53, Long -168.52

coal: 628335 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 1980 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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20 June 1888

behring sea

U.S.S "Thetis" - At 1600 passed


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21 June 1888

Lat 54.08, Long -166.25

coal: 4260 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 624075 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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21 June 1888

behring sea

At 1703 made fast to buoy Ounalashka harbor, Alaska (Unalaska)

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22 June 1888

ounalashka alaska unalaska

coal: 622815 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 1260 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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22 June 1888

ounalaska

James Thompson, seaman - returned to duty


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23 June 1888

ounalashka alaska unalaska

coal: 621615 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 1200 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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23 June 1888

ounalaska


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24 June 1888

ounalashka alaska unalaska

coal: 1260 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 620355 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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24 June 1888

ounalaska


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25 June 1888

ounalashka alaska unalaska

coal: 3780 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 616575 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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25 June 1888

ounalaska

Steamer Whaler "Belvedere" - At 1000 the master came on board and reported disabled propeller

At 1030 cast off from buoy and steamed out of the Harbor to head of Captains Bay beside "Belvedere"

At 1215 took "Belvedere" in tow, at 1415 made fast to buoy Ounalashka Harbor


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26 June 1888

ounalashka

coal: 1020 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 615555 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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26 June 1888

ounalaska

U.S.S. "Thetis" - At 0300 left the harbor

At 1200 cast off from buoy and hauled alongside wharf

A.C.Co's Schooner "Pearl" - arrived

"Belvedere" - hauled up on the beach


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27 June 1888

ounalashka

coal: 1500 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 726055 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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27 June 1888

ounalaska

coal: 50 tons - Finished coaling received


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28 June 1888

unalaska

coal: 8230 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 717775 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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28 June 1888

ounalaska

At 1045 cast off from wharf and steamed out of harbor

J. R. Johnson - Dis-rated for being insolent and insubordinate to seaman


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29 June 1888

coal: 713515 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 4260 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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29 June 1888

at sea

At 1325 made fast to buoy in Ounalashka Harbor


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30 June 1888

ounalashka

coal: 1260 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 712255 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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30 June 1888

ounalaska

J.P. Johnson seaman - released from irons



LOGS FOR JULY 1888


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1 July 1888

unalaska

coal: 710815 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 1440 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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1 July 1888

ounalaska

Michael Carroll seaman - Put in double irons for insolence to Commanding Officer Belvedere - Port watch assisting steam whaler "Belvedere" J.P. Jansen - Restored J.P. Jansen his rate as Quartermaster.

Pvt Michael Carroll seaman - Pvt Michael Carroll seaman in double irons for insolence to Card'z Officer


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2 July 1888

ounalashka alaska

coal: 1440 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 709375 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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2 July 1888

ounalaska

Both watches at work pumping out Coffa-dam.

Belvedere - Chief Eng'r and men from Eng men's Dep't went on shore to assist in taking off old propeller and putting on new one on Steam Whaler "Belvedere."


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3 July 1888

ounalashka

coal: 707815 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 1560 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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3 July 1888

ounalaska

Michael Carroll seaman - Released from irons

Swinging ship to determine deviation of Compass

A.C.Co's Steamer "Dora" - arrived

Swinging ship to determine deviation of Compass.

Michael Carroll seaman - Released Michael Carroll seaman from irons Dora - A. C. Co's Steamer "Dora" arrived.


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4 July 1888

ounalashka

coal: 1380 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 706435 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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4 July 1888

ounalaska

At 1200 fired National Salute expending 30 lbs. cannon powder Seaman Otto - The Carpenter and Seaman Otto return on board. The Carpenter - The Carpenter and Seaman Otto return on board.

At noon ~~~ fired national salute expending 30 lbs cannon powder.


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5 July 1888

Lat 54.68, Long -167.23


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5 July 1888

at sea

At 0245 cast off and steamed out of harbor


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6 July 1888

off village st george island

coal: 5640 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 688975 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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6 July 1888

at sea

At 0830 came to off Village of St. George Island


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7 July 1888

Lat 54.2, Long -165.5

st paul island

coal: 4920 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 684055 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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7 July 1888

st george island

At 0020 got underway

A.C. Co's Steamer "St. Paul" - At 0530 passed

At 0635 came to


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8 July 1888

coal: 2580 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 681475 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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8 July 1888

Lat 54.2, Long -165.5

st paul island

At 2225 got underway


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9 July 1888

st george island

coal: 675235 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 6240 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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9 July 1888

behring sea

At 0435 came to off Village of St George.

At 1450 got underway


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10 July 1888

Lat 55.10, Long -167.75

coal: 670855 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 4380 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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10 July 1888

behring sea


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11 July 1888

ounalaska

coal: 668155 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 2700 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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11 July 1888

behring sea

At 0650 made fast to buoy

St. Paul - At 6.50 made fast to buoy and made preperations to haul vessel alongside of the Steamer "St Paul" for the purpose of filling tanks with fresh water.


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12 July 1888

coal: 1320 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 666835 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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12 July 1888

ounalaska

A.C.Co's Steamer "Dora" - At 0345 arrived

U.S.S. "Thetis" - arrived in port

Dora - At 3.45 - A. C. Co's Steamer "Dora" arrived in port.

USS Thetis - uss "Thetis" arrived in port.


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13 July 1888

coal: 1200 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 665635 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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13 July 1888

ounalaska


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14 July 1888

ounalashka

coal: 1320 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 664315 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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14 July 1888

ounalaska


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15 July 1888

ounalashka

coal: 1200 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 663115 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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15 July 1888

ounalaska


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16 July 1888

ounalashka

coal: 1320 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 661795 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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16 July 1888

ounalaska

A.C. Co's Steamer "Dora" - left port for San Francisco

U.S. Rev. Steamer "Rush" - arrived

A.C.Co's Steamer "Dora" - left port for San Francisco

U.S. Rev. Str. Rush - arrived in port


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17 July 1888

ounalashka

coal: 655615 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 6180 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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17 July 1888

ounalaska

At 1310 cast off and steamed out of harbor

Received from the Rev. Str. "Rush" mail for the whaling fleet.

At 2.15 stopped and sent an officer to board the whaling Tender "Jeannie" from Port Clarence bound to San Francisco. At 2:55 boat returned.


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18 July 1888

Lat 55.92, Long -168.63

coal: 1140 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 644575 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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18 July 1888

behring sea


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19 July 1888

at anchor off st george

coal: 4860 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 639715 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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19 July 1888

behring sea

At 0845 came to off Village St George Island


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20 July 1888

at anchor off st pauls island

coal: 635335 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 4380 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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20 July 1888

behring sea

0545 came to in SW anchorage


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21 July 1888

Lat 57.63, Long -170.67, st pauls island

coal: 633775 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 1560 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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21 July 1888

st pauls island

At 1200 got underway


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22 July 1888

Lat 58.78, Long -171.28

coal: 1500 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 632275 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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22 July 1888

behring sea


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23 July 1888

Lat 60.62, Long -171.30

coal: 630895 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 1380 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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23 July 1888

behring sea


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24 July 1888

Lat 62.97, Long -171.82

coal: 1920 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 628975 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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24 July 1888

behring sea

At 1717 came to anchor off the Village at NW end of St. Lawrence Island

At 1820 got underwayand steamed to the West side of the Point out of the tide, at 1855 came to.


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25 July 1888

Lat 64.03, Long -171.50

coal: 626575 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 2400 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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25 July 1888

off st lawrence island

0905 got underway under sail


Natives - visited the vessel


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26 July 1888

Lat 65.5, Long -171.1

south head st lawrence bay ene 4

coal: 617455 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 9120 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

Water expended during the preceding 24 hours, 150 gallons

Water remaining, 3720 gallons

Coal consumed, 9120 lbs

Coal remaining, 613455


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26 July 1888

behring sea

At 0720 came to off South Head Lawrence Bay

At 1230 got underway steamed around South Head across St Lawrence Bay

Natives visited the vessel

Native visited the ship


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27 July 1888

Lat 66.33, Long -167.92, the ears

coal: 608035 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 9420 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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27 July 1888

behring straits

At 1420 came to off the Cape Lawrence

At 1820 underway


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28 July 1888

coal: 6480 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 601555 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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28 July 1888

Lat 66.5, Long -162.8

kotzebue sound

At 1035 came to off Cape Blossom

Mid to 4 AM. South variable air cloudy and overcast. Steaming along the land. At 2AM all ? and ? NE x E 1/4 E? 1/6 at 4 ? NExE 2/4 ??

4 to 8 AM. Light variable ? and cloud. Course NExE 3/4E. At 6 AM Cape Esp? abeam ? 37.5. At 8AM sighted Cape Blossom ahead ? 50.6



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29 July 1888

Lat 66.97, Long -163.28

coal: 5880 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 595675 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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29 July 1888

Lat 66.5, Long -162.8

kotzebue sound

At 1545 got underway


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30 July 1888

Lat 67.82, Long -165.77

coal: 588055 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 7620 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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30 July 1888

Lat 66.5, Long -162.8

kotzebue sound

At 1210 came to off L.H. Frank & Co's Whaling Station

At 1445 got underway

At 1545 came to off East side Pt. Hope


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31 July 1888

Lat 68.63, Long -166.20

coal: 5940 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 580215 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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31 July 1888

arctic ocean pt hope

At 0510 got underway



LOGS FOR AUGUST 1888


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1 August 1888

Lat 69.35, Long -165.45

coal: 1800 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 580315 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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1 August 1888

arctic ocean


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2 August 1888

Lat 70.92, Long -162.40

coal: 6360 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 573955 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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2 August 1888

arctic ocean

Made ice drift to the East

Whaling Bark "John P. West" - boarded

Schooner "Jno" - 1755 boarded

At 9.07 sighted a vessel on port bow, kept off for her. Sighted a schooner on starboard bow standing to the Southward. Made ice drift to the Eastward. At 11.30 in all sail stopped engine to board whaling bark "John P. West" of New Bedford, Cain Master, whaling, stopped and starting as occasion required. Aired bedding.


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3 August 1888

Lat 70.8, Long -159.7

point belcher

coal: 569935 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 4020 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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3 August 1888

arctic ocean

0715 came to among whaling fleet near Point Belcher

At 1200 got underway

1510 came to near The Sea Horse Islands

~~~ed over to Captain McKennon of the whaling bark "Hunter" 30 bogs of flour (1500 lbs) to be replaced at Unalaska.


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4 August 1888

Lat 70.9, Long -158.7

sea horse island

coal: 564655 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 5280 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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4 August 1888

Lat 70.9, Long -158.7

off sea horse island

Whaling Bark "Northern Light" & "Sea Breeze" - boarded

Schooner "Rosaria" - lost anchors loaned new one

Bark "Ohio" - lost anchor came on board

At 2400 came up to heavy drift and field ice


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5 August 1888

Lat 71.4, Long -156.5

point barrow

coal: 4620 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 560035 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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5 August 1888

arctic ocean

At 0340 came to off Whaling Station Cape Smyth

At 0640 got underway, 0755 came to anchor among the whaling fleet, Point Barrow

Barks "Mary & Susan", "Young Phoenix", "Flutwing" and schooner "Jane Grey" - Received on board part of crews all wrecked and in destitute condition. On board for transportation to San Francisco

At 1700 got underway

Bark "Reindeer" - collision jibbsom of Reindeer damaged, sent carpenter to repair

eight(8) Barks listed on log - Boarded

Horace B West -


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6 August 1888

coal: 557935 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 2100 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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6 August 1888

Lat 71.4, Long -156.5

point barrow

At 0835 got underway and steamed to Bark "Ohio", 0905 anchored

Whaling barks eight (8) listed on log - boarded

Whaling Bark "Ohio" -

"Helen Mar" New Bedford - Boarded vessel

"Ohio" New Bedford - Boarded vessel

"Ocean" New Bedford - Boarded vessel

"Rosario" - Boarded vessel

"Wanderer" - Boarded vessel

"Sea Breeze" - Boarded Vessel

"Hunter" - Boarded Vessel


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7 August 1888

coal: 553375 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 4560 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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7 August 1888

Lat 71.4, Long -156.5

point barrow

At 1625 got underway and shifted an anchorage on account of the close proximity of the Bark "Mary and Susan" which had been set on fire. At 1640 anchored. At 1720 got underway having received information that the whaling barl "Hunter" had found the wrecked Schooner "Jane Grey" and requested assistance to try and save her.At 2130 stopped alongside of Schooner "Jane Grey" and at 2345 came to anchor Setting up quarters for ship-wrecked men.

At 4.25 got underway and shifted anchorage on account of the close proximity of the Bark "Mary and Susan" which had been set on fire.

Bark "Mary and Susan" -

At 5.20 got underway having received information that the whaling bark "Hunter" had found the wrecked Schooner "Jane Grey" and requested assistance to try and save her.

Bark "Hunter" -

Schooner "Jane Grey" -

At 9.30 stopped alongside of Schooner "Jane Grey" the "Hunter" having let her go. Hauled the schooner alongside, stopped leaks in her starboard side and made preparations to right her.


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8 August 1888

Lat 71.4, Long -156.5

point barrow

coal: 546715 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 6660 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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8 August 1888

arctic ocean

At 0435 underway with schooner "Jane Grey"

At 0650 came to released schooner, sea rough

At 1450 got underway

Schooner "Jno" - At 1940 seen on the beech signal of distress flying

At 2015 came to off village sent two boats with officers to schooner "Jno"

At work righting schooner "Jane Grey".

At 4.35 underway and steamed ahead to clear the ice, stopping and starting & kept schooner on our lee. Sea increasing and the schooner pounding vessel's side, let her downm cast off tackle and dropped her as tow.

Gave up attempt to save schooner, cast off line, and at 2.50 got underway

At 7.40 saw schooner "Ino" on the beach with signal of distress flying st~~~ for her.

At 8.15 came to off village in 8 fathoms water. Sent two boats with officers to communicate with schooner "Ino". Found the schooner ashore and abandoned. The Master and fourteen men requested transportation to San Francisco.


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9 August 1888

Lat 70.90, Long -158.92, sea horse island

coal: 533875 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 12840 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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9 August 1888

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

cape smyth

Captain and fourteen men from Schooner "Jno" came on board. At 0200 got underway

U.S. Steamer "Thetis" - At 1740 stopped near ship

Schooner "Ino" - Captain came on board

U.S. Str. "Thetis" - stopped near after having hoisted signal "B.D.N."

Captain Emory - of the U.S.S. "Thetis" came on board and offered us his starboard anchor which was accepted


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10 August 1888

Lat 71.4, Long -156.5

point barrow cape smyth

coal: 520315 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 13560 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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10 August 1888

Lat 70.8, Long -159.7

point belcher

At 0235 underway from Point Belcher

U.S.S. "Thetis" - accompanying us

Steaming through drift ice, At 1650 spoke to "Thetis" agreed to return to Point Barrow.

At 2030 came to Point Barrow bearing S.S.W.

Thetis - accompanying us

At 4.50 spoke the Thetis; both vessels agreed to return to Point Barrow.


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11 August 1888

Lat 71.12, Long -158.10, point barrow

coal: 11280 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 509035 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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11 August 1888

Lat 71.4, Long -156.5

point barrow

At 1140 got underway, Point Barrow

Walrus - At 1945 stopped, lowered boats to go on ice to shoot

At 2040 boats returned, steamed ahead

Signaled USS Thetis "We sail immediately" and received a request to report her by telegraph to Shipping Gazette and Department - was informed that she would remain in the vicinity of Point Barrow two (2) weeks.


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12 August 1888

Lat 70.37, Long -163.48

coal: 21060 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 486415 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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12 August 1888

arctic ocean


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13 August 1888

Lat 69.15, Long -165.83

coal: 21700 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 464715 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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13 August 1888

arctic ocean


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14 August 1888

Lat 67.02, Long -168.33

coal: 443975 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 20740 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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14 August 1888

arctic ocean


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15 August 1888

Lat 65.35, Long -169.93

coal: 17080 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 426895 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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15 August 1888

arctic ocean

At 1 sounded in 30 fathoms black sand


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16 August 1888

coal: 8020 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 418875 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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16 August 1888

behring sea

At 0030 came to anchor

At 0925 got underway

At 1045 camr to anchor Indian Point

At 1620 got underway


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17 August 1888

Lat 62.43, Long -172.90

coal: 16180 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 402695 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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17 August 1888

behring sea


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18 August 1888

Lat 59.85, Long -171.68

coal: 386815 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 15880 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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18 August 1888

behring sea


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19 August 1888

Lat 57.02, Long -169.32

coal: 372075 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 14740 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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19 August 1888

behring sea


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20 August 1888

Lat 54.53, Long -167.13

coal: 15320 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 356755 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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20 August 1888

behring sea

At 1915 moored to wharf Ounalashka


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21 August 1888

ounalashka

coal: 200 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 356555 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

200 GALLONS OF WATER EXPENDED DURING THE PRECEDING 24 HRS. 4800 GALLONS RECEIVED. 5,820 GALLONS REMAINING WATER FIT FOR USE AT NOON


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21 August 1888

ounalaska

A.C. Co's Steamer "Dora" - 0700 arrived

U.S. Revenue Steamer "Rush" - arrived in port

M. A. Healy - Captain

Dora - Arrived ACCo Str.

A. Bulmer - 1st Lt

USS Rush - Arrived in harbor

Horace B West - 2nd Lt


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22 August 1888

ounalashka alaska

coal: 356355 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 200 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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22 August 1888

ounalaska

M. A. Healy - Captain

Horace B. West - Crew - 2nd Lt.

D.H. Jarvis - Crew - 3 Lt.

F. M. Dummoody - Crew - 2nd Lt.


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23 August 1888

ounalashka alaska

coal: 560 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 355795 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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23 August 1888

ounalaska

Banard Norton Coal passer - Discharged at his own request

M. A. Healy - Crew - Captain

Bernard Nortin - Crew- Discharged at own request

Pearl - A.C. Company Ship

Carl Olsen - Crew - seaman discharged from A.C Company's Pearl on account of sickness for passage to San Francisco

C. F. Nystmon - "Wicked whaler" left the ship for employment and remained in Annalaska A. Bulmer - Crew - 1st Lt. F. M. Dunwoody - Crew - 2nd Lt.


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24 August 1888

ounalashka alaska

coal: 352715 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 3080 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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24 August 1888

ounalaska

Rush -

Edward Barrett coal passer -


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25 August 1888

Lat 53.97, Long -165.87

coal: 338955 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 13760 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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25 August 1888

ounalaska

At 0700 cast off from buoy and steamed out of harbor, followed by Revenue Steamer "Rush" and A.C. Co's Steamer "Dora"

At 7 cast off from buoy and steamed out of the harbor, followed by the Rev. Str. "Rush" and A.C. Co's Str. "Dora". At 8 signalled "B-R-D" - "Goodby" - The "Rush" - The "Rush" signalled "J.C.S.W" - "Wish you a pleasant voyage"


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26 August 1888

Lat 52.83, Long -162.05

coal: 18980 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 319975 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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26 August 1888

at sea


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27 August 1888

Lat 51.48, Long -157.50

coal: 300875 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 19100 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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27 August 1888

at sea


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28 August 1888

Lat 49.97, Long -152.73

coal: 281595 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 19280 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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28 August 1888

at sea


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29 August 1888

Lat 48.60, Long -148.20

coal: 18740 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 262855 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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29 August 1888

at sea


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30 August 1888

Lat 46.97, Long -144.55

coal: 16580 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 246275 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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30 August 1888

at sea


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31 August 1888

Lat 45.72, Long -141.68

coal: 18200 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 228075 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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31 August 1888

at sea



LOGS FOR SEPTEMBER 1888


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1 September 1888

Lat 44.35, Long -138.30

coal: 209035 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 19040 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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1 September 1888

at sea


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2 September 1888

Lat 43.15, Long -134.65

coal: 189515 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 19520 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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2 September 1888

at sea


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3 September 1888

Lat 41.57, Long -131.17

coal: 169155 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 20360 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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3 September 1888

at sea


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4 September 1888

Lat 39.95, Long -127.47

coal: 19760 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 149395 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon


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4 September 1888

at sea

Lieutenant Dennis has contributed 22,260 weather reports on 2342 pages to this voyage. Your captain has contributed 21861 weather reports. Sorry I cannot "Do more than them to be promoted to Captain!"!!!!!!!


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5 September 1888

Lat 38.22, Long -123.50

coal: 146435 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 2960 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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5 September 1888

at sea


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6 September 1888

coal: 141455 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Noon

coal: 4980 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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6 September 1888

at sea

Sinopsis of the Cruise of the US Rev Str "Bear" for the Season of 1888 At 0900 made fast to wharf At 1445 cast off from wharf and steamed to anchorage. Came to. Starboard watch 36 hours liberty.

Synopsis of the Cruise on log sheet. Coal consumed 5 months 391 +tons

At 9am made fast to wharf and landed ship wrecked whalers etc. Sent M. Carroll and J. O'Neill to Marine Hospital. Discharged Edward Bennet Coal Passer for drunkeness.


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LOG BOOK – JUNE 1889 TO NOVEMBER 1889


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Log book of the USS "Bear" commencing June 9th 1889 at San Francisco, Cal, ending November 2nd, 1889, at San Francisco, Cal

Commencing June 9, 1889 at San Francisco, Cal. and ending November 2, 1889 at San Francisco.


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List of Officers attached to and on board of the USS Bear, commanded by Captain M A Healy USRM during the period covered by this log-book from June 9th, 1889 to November 2nd 1889

List of Officers


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List of officers who have died, been detached or transferred on board of USS Bear commanded by M A Healy, Captain, USRM during the priod covered by this book from June 9th, 1889 to Novemebr 2nd, 1889


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Complement of Petty officers, Seamen, Ordinary Seamen, Landsmen, Boys, and Marines on board


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Description of Instruments used for Meteorological Observations and their location, &c


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Armament


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tables of deviation of the Standard compass N° ... on board of USS ...

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LOGS FOR JUNE 1889


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9 June 1889

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4

san francisco cal

coal: 323 tons 510 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Midnight

coal: 1560 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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9 June 1889

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4

san francisco cal

W. Hoffman, assistant keeper of Point Barrow Station - absent without leave


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10 June 1889

Lat 37.85, Long -122.80, san francisco to ounalaska

coal: 337 tons 1990 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 5 tons 760 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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10 June 1889

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4

san francisco cal

W. Hoffman - absent, his effects left on shore

At 0915 got underway and stood out of harbor

A.C. Co's steamer "Bertha" - At 1420 passed

A.C Co's steamer "Bertha" - passed


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11 June 1889

Lat 38.92, Long -125.85, san francisco to ounalaska

coal: 329 tons 1150 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 8 tons 840 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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11 June 1889

at sea


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12 June 1889

Lat 40.32, Long -129.88, san francisco cal to ounalaska

coal: 8 tons 440 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 321 tons 710 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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12 June 1889

at sea


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13 June 1889

Lat 41.65, Long -134.05, san francisco cal to ounalaska

coal: 312 tons 1950 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 8 tons 1000 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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13 June 1889

at sea


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14 June 1889

Lat 43.37, Long -137.37, san francisco to ounalaska

coal: 8 tons 440 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 304 tons 1510 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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14 June 1889

at sea


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15 June 1889

Lat 45.62, Long -141.17, san francisco cal to ounalaska

coal: 296 tons 350 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 8 tons 1160 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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15 June 1889

at sea


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16 June 1889

Lat 46.35, Long -144.47, san francisco cal to ounalaska

coal: 7 tons 1880 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 288 tons 710 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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16 June 1889

at sea


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17 June 1889

Lat 47.78, Long -147.80, san francisco cal to ounalaska

coal: 280 tons 110 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 8 tons 600 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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17 June 1889

at sea


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18 June 1889

Lat 49.42, Long -152.33, san francisco cal to ounalaska

coal: 271 tons 1830 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 8 tons 520 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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18 June 1889

at sea


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19 June 1889

Lat 50.73, Long -156.00, san francisco cal to ounalaska

coal: 263 tons 1710 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 8 tons 120 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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19 June 1889

at sea


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20 June 1889

Lat 51.90, Long -157.18, san francisco cal to ounalaska

coal: 255 tons 870 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 8 tons 840 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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20 June 1889

at sea


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21 June 1889

Lat 52.53, Long -160.43, san francisco cal to ounalaska

coal: 8 tons 1480 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 246 tons 1630 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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21 June 1889

at sea


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22 June 1889

Lat 53.77, Long -165.63, san francisco cal to ounalaska

coal: 239 tons 1510 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 7 tons 120 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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22 June 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska harbor

At 1850 came to amchor in outer harbor

U.S. Steamer "Thetis" & Rev. Steamer "Rush", Russian Steamer "Roaysair" & C. Steamer "St. Paul" and "Dora" And Schooner "Mattre Turner" Barks "Layoda and Estella" - in port

Russian man-of-war "Prayssen" - Received visits of courtesy from Russian man-of-war "Prayssen", NSStr "Thetis and Rev. Str "Rush"

Vessels in port: Russian man-of-war "Prayssen", NSStr "Thetis" and Rev. Str "Rush"; Str "St Paul" and "Dora" and Sch "Mattie Turner", Barks "Sagoda" and "Estelle"

NSStr "Thetis" - Received visits of courtesy from Russian man-of-war "Prayssen", NSStr "Thetis" and Rev. Str "Rush"

Str "Rush" - Received visits of courtesy from Russian man-of-war "Prayssen", NSStr "Thetis" and Rev. Str "Rush"


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23 June 1889

coal: 1880 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 238 tons 1870 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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23 June 1889

ounalaska


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24 June 1889

ounalashka alaska

coal: 237 tons 2230 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1880 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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24 June 1889

ounalaska

U.S. Steamers "Thetis" and "Rush" - At 0700 left port

Rush - left port

Thetis - left port

At request of Captain Tucker, master of whaling bark "Sagoda", stoved by ice, sent an officer and carpenter on board to examine into the extent of her injuries. Crew cleaning outside at water-line. Allowed boats crew under charge of boatswain to go fishing wuth the seine.

Captain Tucker of bark "Sagoda" requested assistance as his men refused duty. Put thirteen of the crew who refused to turn to in double irons. The rest of the crew went to work. Carpenter from "Bear" working on repairs to disabled whaler.


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25 June 1889

ounalashka

coal: 1 ton 360 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 236 tons 1870 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

Edward O' Neill seaman - sick list


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25 June 1889

ounalaska

Sagoda - ship's carpenter and 2 others working on it

2nd Lieut. Jarvis - made navigator to gain experience

3rd Lieut Pantwell - had been navigator


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26 June 1889

ounalashka

coal: 235 tons 1830 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid Noon

coal: 1 ton 40 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5b09d4090755001149: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_023_1.jpg)


26 June 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska harbor

Commanding Officer of Russian Man-of-War "Crayswer" - made official visit


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27 June 1889

ounalashka

coal: 1 ton 840 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 234 tons 990 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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27 June 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska harbor

At 0645 got underway and steamed beside bark "Estella" to receive coal.

Alaska Commercial Co's Steamer "Bertha" from San Francisco - 1700 came into port

Russian Cruiser "Craysver" - 1730 left port

coal: taken in 45 (820/2240) tons - 1745 stopped coaling

bark "Estella" - steamed alongside bark "Estella" to receive coal

whaling bark "Sagoda" - Carpenter and two men at work on whaling bark "Sagoda"

Alaska Commercial Co's steamer "Boethe" - from San Francisco came into port

coal: 45 820/2240 tons -

Russian cruiser Praya - left port


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28 June 1889

ounalashka

coal: 2200 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 57 tons - Coal received during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 296 tons 1030 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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28 June 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska harbor

At 0615 commenced coaling

coal: 57 tons taken in - 0930 finished coaling

Schooner "Matthew Taurner" - 1430 left port

coal: 57 tons -

Schooner "Matthew Turner" - left port


50874d5b09d4090755001153: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_026_0.jpg)


29 June 1889

unalaska

coal: 219 tons 290 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 740 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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29 June 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska harbor

At 1140 cast off from bark "Estella" and steamed to buoy


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30 June 1889

ounalashka

coal: 287 tons 1450 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 1080 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5b09d4090755001159: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_027_1.jpg)


30 June 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska harbor

Lieut Contrell - left ship on account of sickness

At 1000 cast off from buoy and steamed to outer harbor, 1020 came to.

Whaling bark "Lagoda" - Crew tested ship after repairs



LOGS FOR JULY 1889


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1 July 1889

ounalashka alaska unalaska

coal: 283 tons 1570 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 3 tons 2120 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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1 July 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska harbor

At 0530 underway and steamed into harbor, mooring to buoy at 0615

At 1530 slipped mooring line and steamed out of port with bark "Lagoda" in tow


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2 July 1889

Lat 55.88, Long -169.05

coal: 8 tons 1310 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 275 tons 260 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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2 July 1889

behrings sea


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3 July 1889

Lat 59.22, Long -170.67

coal: 269 tons 140 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 8 tons 120 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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3 July 1889

behring sea


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4 July 1889

Lat 62.17, Long -168.95

coal: 259 tons 650 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 7 tons 1730 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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4 July 1889

behring sea


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5 July 1889

Lat 64.63, Long -168.50

coal: 253 tons 670 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 5 tons 2220 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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5 July 1889

behring sea


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6 July 1889

coal: 1 ton 1170 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 251 tons 1740 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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6 July 1889

behring sea

George Baker from Steam "Nonahal" - on board for treatment, syphilis At 0950 came to anchor, Point Spencer steam whaler "Thrasher" - passed east bound into Port Clarense. steam whaler "Jesse H Freeman" - passed east bound into Port Clarense. Surgeon rendering medical assistance to sick men of whaling fleet and to natives.


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7 July 1889

Lat 65.2, Long -166.7

port clarence

coal: 1240 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 251 tons 500 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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7 July 1889

Lat 65.2, Long -166.7

port clarence

Harbor full of drift ice

Boats from whaling vessels and natives on shore on board the vessel. Surgeon attending sick of whaling fleet and natives.


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8 July 1889

Lat 65.2, Long -166.7

port clarence alaska

coal: 250 tons 100 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 400 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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8 July 1889

Lat 65.2, Long -166.7

port clarence

Captain Simmons, whaling bark "Northern Light" - gave him Starboard bower twenty five hundred pound anchor, he having lost his.

Captain Corrigan, of whaling bark "Wanderer" - cameon board requesting assistance, his crew being in a state of mutiny.

Whaling bark "Northern Light" - Gave twenty five hundred pound anchor, lost his

Whaling bark "Wanderer" - Captain request assistance his crew in a state of mutiny. Sent an officer and boats.

Schooner "Norway" - arrived

list of sixteen Whaler barks - boarded and examined

Schooner "Norway" - arrived


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9 July 1889

Lat 65.2, Long -166.7

port clarence alaska

coal: 245 tons 2100 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 4 tons 240 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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9 July 1889

port clarence

1520 underway


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10 July 1889

coal: 239 tons 1180 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 6 tons 920 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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10 July 1889

behrings sea


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11 July 1889

bering sea

Mirage did not allow sufficient altitude

coal: 4 tons 1480 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 234 tons 1940 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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11 July 1889

Lat 54.1, Long -165.8

arctic ocean

Heavy fields of ice inshore

drift ice

drift ice

1810 came to anchor off Point Hope whaling station

17 whaling vessels - in site

Vessel under slow speed, steaming though drift ice.


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12 July 1889

Lat 68.3, Long -166.8

point hope arctic sea

coal: 232 tons 2140 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 2040 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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12 July 1889

Lat 68.3, Long -166.8

off point hope

Harbor full of floating ice

Whaling barks - boarded and examined


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13 July 1889

coal: 1 ton 680 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 231 tons 1460 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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13 July 1889

Lat 68.3, Long -166.8

off point hope

Master of supply bark, Thomas Pope, sent on board for assistance, his crew having refused duty

Ocean, Marvin, New Bedford, whaling - Boarded and examined

Schr. Mary H. Thomas, Smith, San Francisco - Boarded and examined

Bark "Thomas Pope", Fisher, Pont Hope Whaling supplies - Boarded and examined


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14 July 1889


arctic sea

coal: 1 ton 520 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 230 tons 940 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5b09d4090755001191: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_041_1.jpg)


14 July 1889

Lat 68.3, Long -166.8

off point hope


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15 July 1889

Lat 68.3, Long -166.8

off point hope

coal: 2 tons 200 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 228 tons 740 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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15 July 1889

off point hope

At 0845 underway rounded Point Hope and at 0950 came to anchor

At 1500 underway 1600 came to off whaling station


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16 July 1889

Lat 68.3, Long -166.8

off point hope

coal: 226 tons 1660 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 1320 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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16 July 1889

Lat 68.3, Long -166.8

off point hope

supply bark "Thomas Pope" - Sent an officeron board supply bark "Thomas Pope" to examine articles to be landed at whaling station

Drift ice fouling bark "Thos. Pope". At 8.00 came to anchor outside of ice in 7 1/2 fms. water with 25 fathoms chain on starboard anchor. Let "Thos. Pope" hang astern by hawser.


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17 July 1889

Lat 68.3, Long -166.8

off point hope

coal: 224 tons 1620 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 2 tons 40 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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17 July 1889

Lat 68.3, Long -166.8

off point hope

At 1050 weight anchor and steamed to Southward

At 1230 came to anchor, near Point Hope

1600 underway and steamed to North, 1640 came to anchor

Shift anchorage on account of drift ice


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18 July 1889

Lat 68.3, Long -166.8

off point hope

coal: 222 tons 1740 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 2120 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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18 July 1889

Lat 68.3, Long -166.8

off point hope

At 0840 underway for watering place, 1135 came to anchor


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19 July 1889

Lat 68.3, Long -166.8

off point hope

coal: 220 tons 740 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 1000 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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19 July 1889

arctic ocean below cape dyer

At 2040 underway


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20 July 1889

coal: 3 tons 520 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 218 tons 220 lbs - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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20 July 1889

Lat 68.9, Long -166.2

arctic ocean

0450 in all sail and came to anchor

1905 underway and steamed to North and East, 1945 anchored near whaling fleet off coal mine

2045 underway, 2215 Cape Sabine came to anchor

5:00 hauled in varous courses for coal mine below Cape Sabine


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21 July 1889

coal: 1 ton 760 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 216 tons 1700 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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21 July 1889

near cape sabine arctic ocean

At 2000 underway to NE. At 2045 came to anchor near Cape Sabine, Arctic Ocean

Surgeon attending sick of whaling fleet


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22 July 1889

near cape sabine arctic ocean

coal: 214 tons 860 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 2 tons 840 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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22 July 1889

off cape sabine

At 1000 underway

At 1435 anchored , Cape Beaufort


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23 July 1889

off cape beaufort

coal: 2 tons 200 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 212 tons 660 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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23 July 1889

off cape beaufort

At 1910 underway to N

Streaming though heavy drift ice.


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24 July 1889

Lat 70.17, Long -162.45

coal: 208 tons 780 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 3 tons 2120 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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24 July 1889

arctic ocean

thick fog

heavy drift ice ahead

heavy drift ice

At 1350 anchored N of Point Lay

1:30 heavy drift ice ahead took in all sail, and steamed various courses through ice

4 to 8 AM steaming slowly through drift ice. -


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25 July 1889

Lat 70.22, Long -162.25

coal: 3 tons 2040 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 204 tons 980 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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25 July 1889

Lat 70.3, Long -161.9

arctic ocean

4.50 stopped to pick up native Ormisk, Icy Cape


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26 July 1889

Lat 70.6, Long -160.0

wainwright inlet exe 4 miles

coal: 199 tons 2060 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 4 tons 1160 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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26 July 1889

Lat 70.8, Long -160.0

arctic ocean

0400 fog, stopped anchored

1010 underway, 1115 came to anchor off Wainwright Inlet

1245 underway

2150 came to anchor


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27 July 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

off cape smyth

coal: 197 tons 820 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 2 tons 1240 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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27 July 1889

0410 underway

0600 steaming slowly through broken ice

1145 came to anchor off station at Cape Smyth

Selected site for Refuge Station to Nd of original Signal Station. Employed rafting lumber ashore, and leveling site for house.


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28 July 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

cape smyth

coal: 196 tons 300 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 520 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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28 July 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

off cape smyth

Crew employed rafting lumber. Carpenters and men working on building ashore. Surgeon attending sick natives ashore.


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29 July 1889

coal: 1 ton 680 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 194 tons 1860 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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29 July 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

off cape smyth

Steam Whaler "Grampus" and "Narwhal" - anchored nearby

U.S.S. "Thetis" - 0710 arrived and anchored close by.

7.10 USS Thetis arrived and anchored close by. Sent an officer on board. Steamer Jessie Thorman left her carpenter on board to work on Refuge Station. ~~~ to him one ration.

Employed rafting timber and discharging coal in boats assisted by crews and boats from USS Thetis and steam whalers Hallman, Grampus, Narwhal, and Orca.


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30 July 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

off cape smyth

coal: 1 ton 1080 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 193 tons 780 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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30 July 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

off cape smyth

Landing coal and stores for Revenue Station

USS "Thetis" - Employed landing coal and supplies for Refuge Station, assisted by crews of USS "Thetis", and whaling fleet.


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31 July 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

off cape smyth

coal: 1 ton 1160 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 191 tons 1860 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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31 July 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

off cape smyth

Finished charging and landing supplies and outfits for Refuge Station, having been signally successful in getting everything ashore without a mishap, and being favored with good weather, and ably aided by USS "Thetis", and many of the vessels of the whaling fleet.



LOGS FOR AUGUST 1889


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1 August 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

cape smyth

coal: 1 ton 840 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 190 tons 1020 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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1 August 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

off cape smyth

Steamer "Balaina" - Gave to Captain Smith, Steamer "Balaina", pilot house compass, his being unfit for use.

Shcr "La Nimfa" - Boarded Steamer "Balaina", San Francisco, Ketchikan, whaling

Bark Andrew Hicks - Boarded Bark Andrew Hicks, New Bedford, Davoll, whaling


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2 August 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

cape smyth

coal: 1 ton 840 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 189 tons 180 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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2 August 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

off cape smyth


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3 August 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

cape smyth

coal: 1 ton 600 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 187 tons 1820 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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3 August 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

off cape smyth


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4 August 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

cape smyth

coal: 186 tons 1220 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 600 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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4 August 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

off cape smyth

Received on board from whaling bark "Sea Breeze" for conveyance to San Francisco Jos. Ferrier and J Talbert.

Jos Ferrier - sick with consumption

J Talbert - insane


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5 August 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

cape smyth

coal: 1 ton 680 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 185 tons 540 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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5 August 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

off cape smyth

Surgeon attending sick of whaling fleet.


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6 August 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

cape smyth

coal: 183 tons 2100 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 680 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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6 August 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

off cape smyth


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7 August 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

cape smyth

coal: 1 Ton 1080 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 182 tons 1020 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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7 August 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

off cape smyth

whaling bark "Mars" - Received on board sick of whaling bark "Mars" for trnasportation to San Francisco. Issued him one ration.


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8 August 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

cape smyth

coal: 1 ton 520 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 181 tons 500 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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8 August 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

off cape smyth

U.S.S. "Thetis" - 1900 left anchorage bound Eastward of Point Barrow

USS "Thetis" - left anchorage bound to Eastward of Point Barrow


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9 August 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

cape smyth

coal: 179 tons 2220 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 520 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 179 tons 2220 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 520 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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9 August 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

off cape smyth


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10 August 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

cape smyth

coal: 1 ton 1960 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 178 tons 260 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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10 August 1889

Lat 71.3, Long -156.8

off cape smyth

At 1705 underway round Point Barrow

Wind breezing on and ice coming in, at 5:05 underway for a lee sender Point Barrow. Set fore sail, and fore topsails. Whaling fleet all underway for Point.


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11 August 1889

Lat 71.4, Long -156.5

point barrow

coal: 176 tons 140 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 2 tons 120 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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11 August 1889

Lat 71.4, Long -156.5

point barrow

At 1315 underway and stood in toward Point 1340 came to anchor close off village at Point Barrow

1900 underway and off to ice, at 2025 anchored, Point Barrow 2 miles SW 3/4 S


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12 August 1889

Lat 71.4, Long -156.5

off point barrow

coal: 1 ton 600 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 174 tons 1780 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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12 August 1889

Lat 71.4, Long -156.5

point barrow


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13 August 1889

coal: 1 ton 2120 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 172 tons 1400 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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13 August 1889

Lat 71.4, Long -156.5

point barrow

Bark "Sea Breeze" - Ice coming in, got underway 1320 took in tow bark to East side of Point Barrow

At 1535 came to anchor off village Point Barrow

Merid. to 4 PM wind and overcast. Ice coming in


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14 August 1889

Lat 71.4, Long -156.5

point barrow

coal: 1 ton 2040 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 170 tons 2100 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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14 August 1889

Lat 71.4, Long -156.5

point barrow

Bark "J.A. Howland" - rudder twisted in ice needs help to be towed to safe anchorage to repair. 1525 underway to bark

1835 cast off from tow (bark), came to Point Barrow 3/4 mile SW+W1/2W

Boat from bark J.A. Howland reported that vessel with rudder head twisted in fouling cake of ice, getting underway. Vessel anchored in dangerous place and in water requested to be towed to safe anchorage, and assitance in reparing rudder.


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15 August 1889

Lat 71.4, Long -156.5

point barrow

coal: 169 tons 300 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 1800 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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15 August 1889

Lat 71.4, Long -156.5

point barrow

heavy ice

Barks "Abraham Barker" & "Northern Light" - off the Point in heavy ice with no wind at 1355 got underway, took them in tow and steamed at 1600 let both go and came to anchor

Barks Abraham Barker and "Northern Light" off the Point in heavy ice with no wind, a dangerous position. At 1:55 got underway, took them both in tow, and steamed in behind suf with them.


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16 August 1889

Lat 71.4, Long -156.5

point barrow

coal: 166 tons 260 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 3 tons 40 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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16 August 1889

Lat 71.4, Long -156.5

point barrow

drift ice

At 1100 underway outward and around Point Barrow through drift ice.

2100? underway (torn sheet on log)


The ice to W'd of the point looking broken up and open, Commanding Officer decided to attempt to reach Refuge Station.


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LOG COVERED WITH TRASH PAPER IN AM

coal: 166 tons 260 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 3 tons 40 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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Lat 71.4, Long -156.5

point barrow

heavy ground ice inshore

drift ice

DUPLICATE LOG WITH TRASH PAPER

Underway, 2300 course SxW through drift ice

Heavy ground ice inshore.

Captain G. B. Borden - Comd'g Officer went ashore to station, inspected it, and turned it over to Captain G. G. Borden, superintendent, taking recqipt for articles stored there.

Wind breezing on and daner of ice coming in, got underway.


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17 August 1889

Lat 70.78, Long -159.88

coal: 4 tons 2200 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 161 tons 300 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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17 August 1889

arctic ocean

passing through broken ice

11.30 stopped engine - "hove to" to give chronometer time to whaling bark "Jas. Allen".


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18 August 1889

Lat 68.9, Long -166.2

cape lisburne sexe 12 milese

coal: 1 ton 360 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 159 tons 2180 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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18 August 1889

arctic ocean

1945 came to Point Hope

schr. "Nicoline" - spoke


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19 August 1889

cape thompson

coal: 1 ton 1160 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 158 tons 1020 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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19 August 1889

Lat 68.3, Long -166.8

off point hope

0420 underway under sail towards Cape Thompson

0920 came to anchor Cape Thompson


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20 August 1889

mulgrove hills wsw 20 miles

coal: 152 tons 1620 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 5 tons 1640 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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20 August 1889

cape thompson

0445 underway

M. A. Healy - Captain


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21 August 1889

Lat 66.57, Long -163.17

coal: 3 tons 40 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 149 tons 1380 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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21 August 1889

at sea


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22 August 1889

cape blossom

coal: 146 tons 1460 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 3 tons 120 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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22 August 1889

at sea

0935 came to anchor Cape Blossom

1830 underway , 1950 came to Cape Blossom, 5 miles


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23 August 1889

Lat 66.70, Long -164.28

coal: 141 tons 1740 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 4 tons 1960 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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23 August 1889

off cape blossom

0415 underway, 0510 Cape Blossom NNW 2 miles


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24 August 1889

the ears sexs 30 miles

coal: 139 tons 820 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 2 tons 920 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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24 August 1889

arctic ocean


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25 August 1889

Lat 65.0, Long -168.1

kings island sexs 19 miles

coal: 4 tons 2120 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 134 tons 940 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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25 August 1889

Lat 65.0, Long -168.1

arctic ocean


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26 August 1889

cape darby n 14 w 25 miles

coal: 127 tons 1700 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 6 tons 1480 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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26 August 1889

norton sound

1815 came to anchorage off St Michael's Village


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27 August 1889

Lat 51.2 , Long -127.8

egg island ene 9 miles

coal: 2 tons 1960 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 124 tons 1980 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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27 August 1889

st michaels

At 0610 underway and steamed around Island about 5 miles off N.E. end

0845 came to anchor Egg Island

Steamer "Arctic" - employes towing off shore

1315 underway for St Michael's harbor

1630 anchored off village

steamer "Arctic" - Having been requested by agent of Alaska Commercial Company to assist getting afloat steamer "Arctic", ashore on St. Michael's Island, at 6:10 underway and steamed around Island about 5 miles off N.E. end.

8:45 Egg Island E. and Straits W. 4 miles, came to anchor in 3 1/4 fms. water, and sent all boats to wrecked steamer off West Point of St. Michaels's Island to tow her into deep water. 9:10 shifted anchorage to 3 3/4 fms. water. Ship's boats employed towing steamer "Arctic" off shore.

Ship's boats towing wrecked steamer towards "Bear". 1:15 undereay and 1:45 got line to wrecked vessel, and steered for St. Michaels harbor - half speed. In getting steam on boiler of Arctic, steam pipe blew out totally disabling her.


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28 August 1889

cape darby nxe 23 miles

coal: 118 tons 120 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 6 tons 1960 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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28 August 1889

st michaels

0430 underway and steamed toward Egg Island

Giving to anticipated scarcity of provisions at St. Michaels by wreck of Str. "Arctic" took on board for passage to San Francisco, Joseph I O'hara, John Mooney, David Adams, and Alex Midboe - all sick miners.


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29 August 1889

Lat 62.57, Long -168.33

coal: 5 tons 1480 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 112 tons 780 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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29 August 1889

behring sea


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30 August 1889

Lat 59.65, Long -169.55

coal: 110 tons 1460 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 1560 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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30 August 1889

behring sea


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31 August 1889

Lat 57.77, Long -169.58

coal: 1 ton 600 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 109 tons 860 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5b09d4090755001255: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_090_1.jpg)


31 August 1889

behring sea



LOGS FOR SEPTEMBER 1889


50874d5b09d4090755001257: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_091_0.jpg)


1 September 1889

Lat 55.33, Long -167.67

coal: 106 tons 1060 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 2 tons 2040 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5b09d4090755001259: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_091_1.jpg)


1 September 1889

behring sea


50874d5b09d409075500125b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_092_0.jpg)


2 September 1889

coal: 102 tons 1580 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 2 tons 1720 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5b09d409075500125d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_092_1.jpg)


2 September 1889

behring sea

2150 made fast to buoy in Ounalaska harbor. 2250 hauled alongside bark "J.D. Peters" at wharf and made preparations to coal ship

Revenue Steamer "Rush" - in port

U.S. Rev. Str "Rush" - in port


50874d5b09d409075500125f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_093_0.jpg)


3 September 1889

ounalashka

coal: 1200 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 103 tons 380 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5b09d4090755001261: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_093_1.jpg)


3 September 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska alaska

Bark "J.D.Peters" hoist out coal consigned for government

bark "J. D. Peters" - Gave the use of steam winch to bark "J. D. Peters" to hoist out coal consigned "for" government, the master of that vessel furnishing coal used


50874d5b09d4090755001263: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_094_0.jpg)


4 September 1889

ounalashka

coal: 1 ton 1080 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 101 tons 1580 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5b09d4090755001265: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_094_1.jpg)


4 September 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska harbor

Donkey hosting coal from bark "J.D. Peters"


50874d5b09d4090755001267: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_095_0.jpg)


5 September 1889

ounalashka

coal: 100 tons 620 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 920 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5b09d4090755001269: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_095_1.jpg)


5 September 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska at

0600 started coalingfrom bark "Peters"

bark "Peters" - started coaling ship from bark "Peters"


50874d5b09d409075500126b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_096_0.jpg)


6 September 1889

ounalashka alaska

coal: 125 tons - Received

coal: 1 ton 1320 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 223 tons 1540 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 125 tons -


50874d5b09d409075500126d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_096_1.jpg)


6 September 1889

ounalaska

coal: 125 tons -

coal: 125 tons - finished coaling, received


50874d5b09d409075500126f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_097_0.jpg)


7 September 1889

ounalashka

coal: 1 ton 1160 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 222 tons 380 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5b09d4090755001271: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_097_1.jpg)


7 September 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska a i


50874d5b09d4090755001273: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_098_0.jpg)


8 September 1889

ounalashka alaska unalaska

coal: 1 ton 530 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 220 tons 2100 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5b09d4090755001275: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_098_1.jpg)


8 September 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska a i

thick fog


50874d5b09d4090755001277: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_099_0.jpg)


9 September 1889

ounalashka

coal: 279 tons 940 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 1160 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5b09d4090755001279: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_099_1.jpg)


9 September 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska a i

thick fog


50874d5b09d409075500127b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_100_0.jpg)


10 September 1889

ounalashka

coal: 1 ton 1240 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 217 tons 1940 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5b09d409075500127d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_100_1.jpg)


10 September 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska a i


50874d5b09d409075500127f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_101_0.jpg)


11 September 1889

ounalashka

coal: 216 tons 1020 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 920 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5b09d4090755001281: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_101_1.jpg)


11 September 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska a t

Alaska Commercial Co's Steamer "Matthew Turner" - arrived in port

J.D. Peters - miners from St. Michaels left this vessel and took passage on bark J.D.Peters for Port Townsend, Wash.


50874d5b09d4090755001283: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_102_0.jpg)


12 September 1889

ounalashka

coal: 214 tons 1540 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 1720 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5b09d4090755001285: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_102_1.jpg)


12 September 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska a t


50874d5b09d4090755001287: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_103_0.jpg)


13 September 1889

ounalashka

coal: 213 tons 700 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 840 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5b09d4090755001289: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_103_1.jpg)


13 September 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska a t


50874d5b09d409075500128b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_104_0.jpg)


14 September 1889

ounalashka

coal: 211 tons 1390 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 1550 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5b09d409075500128d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_104_1.jpg)


14 September 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska a t

1015 let go from buoy and steamed down harbor. 1115 came to anchor in outer harbor


50874d5b09d409075500128f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_105_0.jpg)


15 September 1889

ounalashka

coal: 1 ton 760 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 210 tons 630 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5b09d4090755001291: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_105_1.jpg)


15 September 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska a t


50874d5b09d4090755001293: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_106_0.jpg)


16 September 1889

ounalashka alaska

coal: 1 ton 1000 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 208 tons 1870 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5b09d4090755001295: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_106_1.jpg)


16 September 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska a t

A.C. Co's steamer "Dora" - left the harbor


50874d5b09d4090755001297: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_107_0.jpg)


17 September 1889

Lat 54.0, Long -166.7

cape cheerful

coal: 203 tons 2070 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 4 tons 2040 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5b09d4090755001299: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_107_1.jpg)


17 September 1889

behring sea

0720 steamed ahead with "Peters" in tow out of Ounalashka

bark "J.D. Peters" - dropped down to bark "J.D. Peters" and took his hawser. 7:20 steamed ahead with "Peters" in tow.

10:00 off Akonton Pass, let go bark, and steamed NNW.


50874d5c09d409075500129b: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_108_0.jpg)


18 September 1889

Lat 55.28, Long -166.78

coal: 5 tons 440 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 198 tons 1630 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d409075500129d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_108_1.jpg)


18 September 1889

behring sea


50874d5c09d409075500129f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_109_0.jpg)


19 September 1889

Lat 56.37, Long -168.83

coal: 4 tons 1000 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 194 tons 630 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d40907550012a1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_109_1.jpg)


19 September 1889

behring sea

1655 came to anchor in SW Bay St George Island


50874d5c09d40907550012a3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_110_0.jpg)


20 September 1889

st george island

coal: 1 ton 440 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 193 tons 190 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d40907550012a5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_110_1.jpg)


20 September 1889

sw bay st george island


50874d5c09d40907550012a7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_111_0.jpg)


21 September 1889

st george island

coal: 3 tons 360 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 189 tons 2070 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d40907550012a9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_111_1.jpg)


21 September 1889

sw bay st george island

0845 underway

1700 came to


50874d5c09d40907550012ab: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_112_0.jpg)


22 September 1889

coal: 1 ton 120 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 188 tons 1950 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d40907550012ad: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_112_1.jpg)


22 September 1889

Lat 54.2, Long -165.5

st paul island

A.C. Co's steamer "Dora" - arrived and anchored


50874d5c09d40907550012af: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_113_0.jpg)


23 September 1889

st george island

coal: 4 tons 120 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 184 tons 1830 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d40907550012b1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_113_1.jpg)


23 September 1889

Lat 54.2, Long -165.5

st paul island behring sea

0625 got underway

1145 came to off village, St. George Island

A.C. Co's steamer "Dora" - arrived at 1500

A.C. Co's steamer "Dora" - 1630 sailed

1640 underway

A.C. Co's Steamer "Dora" - arrived at 3:00 PM

A.C. Co's Steamer "Dora" - sailed for Ounalaska


50874d5c09d40907550012b3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_114_0.jpg)


24 September 1889

Lat 56.28, Long -169.95

coal: 182 tons 1470 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 2 tons 360 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5c09d40907550012b5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_114_1.jpg)


24 September 1889

behring sea


50874d5c09d40907550012b7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_115_0.jpg)


25 September 1889

Lat 55.13, Long -169.58

coal: 178 tons 390 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 4 tons 1080 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5c09d40907550012b9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_115_1.jpg)


25 September 1889

behring sea


50874d5c09d40907550012bb: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_116_0.jpg)


26 September 1889

Lat 56.18, Long -196.07, dalnoi point se 12 e 6 miles

coal: 3 tons 1480 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 174 tons 1150 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d40907550012bd: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_116_1.jpg)


26 September 1889

behring sea

At 1600 came to anchor in SW Bay St. Paul Island


50874d5c09d40907550012bf: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_117_0.jpg)


27 September 1889

Lat 55.93, Long -168.08, tolstoi point wsw 10 miles

coal: 3 tons 280 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 171 tons 870 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d40907550012c1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_117_1.jpg)


27 September 1889

Lat 54.2, Long -165.5

st paul island

0615 underway

Am. Schooner "James Hamilton" - boarded evidence of sealing ordered out of sea

Am. Schooner "James Hamiltion Sons" of Seattle - Sent officers and boats over aboard Am. Schooner "James Hamiltion Sons", C.E Raymor, Master, hunting. There being no seal skins or evidence of sealing on board; but appearance of vessel in this vicinity brings suspicions. Commanding Officer ordered her out of the sea. Master promised to comply with order and headed for Omimak Pass.


50874d5c09d40907550012c3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_118_0.jpg)


28 September 1889

Lat 54.57, Long -167.12

coal: 4 tons 40 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 167 tons 830 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d40907550012c5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_118_1.jpg)


28 September 1889

behring sea

1425 came to anchor in outer harbor, Ounalashka

U.S.S. "Thetis" - in port


50874d5c09d40907550012c7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_119_0.jpg)


29 September 1889

ounalashka

coal: 1 ton 40 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 166 tons 790 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d40907550012c9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_119_1.jpg)


29 September 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska a t


50874d5c09d40907550012cb: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_120_0.jpg)


30 September 1889

ounalashka

coal: 1 ton 280 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 165 tons 510 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d40907550012cd: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_120_1.jpg)


30 September 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska a t



LOGS FOR OCTOBER 1889


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1 October 1889

ounalashka

coal: 1 ton 280 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 164 tons 220 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d40907550012d1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_121_1.jpg)


1 October 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska a t

A.C Co's schooner "Matthew Turner" - sailed for San Francisco


50874d5c09d40907550012d3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_122_0.jpg)


2 October 1889

ounalashka

coal: 1080 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 213 tons 1380 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid RECEIVED 50 tons


50874d5c09d40907550012d5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_122_1.jpg)


2 October 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska a t

coal: 45 tons - 1645 finished coaling having received

NSStr "Thetis" - left AC Co's wharf, and anchored in outer harbor.

coal: 45 tons -


50874d5c09d40907550012d7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_123_0.jpg)


3 October 1889

ounalashka

coal: 840 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 213 tons 540 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d40907550012d9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_123_1.jpg)


3 October 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska a t

U.S.S. "Thetis" - 0730 sailed for Sitka


50874d5c09d40907550012db: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_124_0.jpg)


4 October 1889

Lat 54.02, Long -167.18, ounalashka

coal: 209 tons 1520 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 3 tons 1260 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5c09d40907550012dd: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_124_1.jpg)


4 October 1889

Lat 53.9, Long -166.5

ounalaska a t

0000 cast off from wharf and steamed out of harbor


50874d5c09d40907550012df: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_125_0.jpg)


5 October 1889

Lat 59.9, Long 73.9

bogador

coal: 204 tons 2120 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 4 tons 1640 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5c09d40907550012e1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_125_1.jpg)


5 October 1889

behring sea

0845 stopped engine 1/2 mile off Bogostov sent boat ashore

1120 returned, steamed ahead


50874d5c09d40907550012e3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_126_0.jpg)


6 October 1889

off dalnoi point st george island

coal: 201 tons 400 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 3 tons 1720 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5c09d40907550012e5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_126_1.jpg)


6 October 1889

behring sea


50874d5c09d40907550012e7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_127_0.jpg)


7 October 1889

coal: 199 tons 840 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 1800 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5c09d40907550012e9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_127_1.jpg)


7 October 1889

behring sea


50874d5c09d40907550012eb: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_128_0.jpg)


8 October 1889

Lat 54.2, Long -165.5

off sea lion point st paul island

coal: 3 tons 120 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 196 tons 720 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d40907550012ed: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_128_1.jpg)


8 October 1889

sw bay st george island

1240 came to anchorage St Paul Island


50874d5c09d40907550012ef: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_129_0.jpg)


9 October 1889

Lat 54.2, Long -165.5

st paul island

coal: 1 ton 360 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 195 tons 360 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d40907550012f1: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_129_1.jpg)


9 October 1889

Lat 54.2, Long -165.5

sw bay st paul island


50874d5c09d40907550012f3: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_130_0.jpg)


10 October 1889

Lat 54.2, Long -165.5

st paul island

coal: 1 ton 1720 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 193 tons 880 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d40907550012f5: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_130_1.jpg)


10 October 1889

Lat 54.2, Long -165.5

sw bay st paul island

0645 got underway

0915 came to anchorage St. Paul Island


50874d5c09d40907550012f7: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_131_0.jpg)


11 October 1889

Lat 54.2, Long -165.5

st paul island

coal: 2 tons 440 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 191 tons 440 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d40907550012f9: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_131_1.jpg)


11 October 1889

Lat 54.2, Long -165.5

ne point st paul island

0830 underway towards Walrus Island

1145 came to anchorage

1220 underway, 1345 came to anchorage


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12 October 1889

coal: 2 tons 2100 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 188 tons 580 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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12 October 1889

Lat 54.2, Long -165.5

ne point st paul island

0530 underway


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13 October 1889

Lat 56.6, Long -169.8

dalnoi point

coal: 2 tons 340 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 186 tons 240 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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13 October 1889

behring sea

1645 came to anchor in S.W. Bay St. George


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14 October 1889

Lat 56.6, Long -169.5

dalnoi point nw 12 w tolstoi point nnw

coal: 4 tons 1540 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 181 tons 940 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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14 October 1889

behring sea

0630 underway


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15 October 1889

Lat 55.28, Long -168.08

coal: 175 tons 1400 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 5 tons 1780 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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15 October 1889

behring sea


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16 October 1889

at sea

coal: 2 tons 1780 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 172 tons 1860 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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16 October 1889

behring sea

0820 anchored, Cape Cheerful

A.C. Co's steamer "Dora" - left the harbor

A.C. Co's Steamer "Dora" - left the harbor


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17 October 1889

coal: 171 tons 1520 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 340 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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17 October 1889

ounalaska


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18 October 1889

ounalashka

coal: 170 tons 1180 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1 ton 340 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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18 October 1889

ounalaska


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19 October 1889

ounalashka

coal: 1 ton 740 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 169 tons 440 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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19 October 1889

ounalaska


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20 October 1889

Lat 53.38, Long -164.20, egg island swxw 12 w

coal: 5 tons 1140 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 163 tons 1540 lbs, - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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20 October 1889

ounalaska

0735 cast off ans steamed out of port


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21 October 1889

Lat 52.70, Long -161.95

coal: 6 tons 1340 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 157 tons - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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21 October 1889

at sea


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22 October 1889

Lat 51.48, Long -158.10, w 158 06

coal: 51° 29′ N - 158° 06′ W

coal: 149 tons 1940 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 7 tons 300 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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22 October 1889

at sea


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23 October 1889

Lat 49.75, Long -153.97

coal: 6 tons 2100 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 142 tons 2080 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


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23 October 1889

at sea


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24 October 1889

Lat 48.10, Long -148.70

coal: 135 tons 380 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 7 tons 1700 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5c09d409075500132d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_144_1.jpg)


24 October 1889

at sea


50874d5c09d409075500132f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_145_0.jpg)


25 October 1889

Lat 47.30, Long -143.97

coal: 7 tons 2100 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 127 tons 520 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d4090755001331: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_145_1.jpg)


25 October 1889

at sea


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26 October 1889

Lat 45.93, Long -138.72

coal: 119 tons 900 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 7 tons 1060 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


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26 October 1889

at sea


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27 October 1889

Lat 43.92, Long -134.97

coal: 112 tons 80 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 7 tons 820 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5c09d4090755001339: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_147_1.jpg)


27 October 1889

at sea


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28 October 1889

Lat 42.08, Long -131.33

coal: 104 tons 1660 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 7 tons 660 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5c09d409075500133d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_148_1.jpg)


28 October 1889

at sea


50874d5c09d409075500133f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_149_0.jpg)


29 October 1889

Lat 40.62, Long -127.58

coal: 7 tons 1100 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 97 tons 560 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d4090755001341: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_149_1.jpg)


29 October 1889

at sea


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30 October 1889

Lat 38.60, Long -123.67

coal: 7 tons 1060 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 89 tons 1740 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d4090755001345: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_150_1.jpg)


30 October 1889

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4

san francisco

2350 came to anchor off Washington Street Wharf


50874d5c09d4090755001347: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_151_0.jpg)


31 October 1889

coal: 89 tons 40 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1700 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5c09d4090755001349: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_151_1.jpg)


31 October 1889

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4

san francisco cal



LOGS FOR NOVEMBER 1889


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1 November 1889

coal: 1700 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours

coal: 88 tons 580 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid


50874d5c09d409075500134d: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_152_1.jpg)


1 November 1889

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4

san francisco cal


50874d5c09d409075500134f: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_153_0.jpg)


2 November 1889

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4

san francisco cal

coal: 87 tons 1120 lbs. - Coal remaining on hand at Mid

coal: 1700 lbs. - Coal consumed during the proceeding 24 hours


50874d5c09d4090755001351: (http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USRC Bear/vol067A/vol067A_153_1.jpg)


2 November 1889

Lat 37.8, Long -122.4

san francisco cal


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