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|Title||Narrative of the Adventures and Sufferings of Samuel Patterson, Experienced in the Pacific Ocean, and Many Other Parts of the World, With an Account of the Feegee, and Sandwich Islands|
|Reference||VAULT 910.4 P27|
|Library||California Historical Society|
|Place of Publication||[Massachusetts]|
|Author / Creator||Patterson, Samuel. Edited by Ezekiel Terry.|
|Document Type||Printed Book, Journal|
|Theme(s)||Trade and Commerce; Race Relations; Social Life; Exploration and Discovery; Politics, War and Diplomacy; The Natural World; Travel and Tourism; Religion, Faith and Philosophy|
|Keywords||voyage, travel, seafaring, sailor, religion, wreck, ship, customs, culture, journey, scurvy, disease, vessel, war, canoe, trade, captivity, indigenous peoples, adventure, economy, climate, geography, storm, mission, death|
|Countries||USA; Fiji; Algeria; France; Cuba; Russia; China; UK; Spain; Papua New Guinea; Chile; Canada|
|Places||Pacific Northwest; Hawaii; California; Wilbraham; Guadeloupe; Caribbean; Kodiak Archipelago; Providence; Africa; Antigua; Rhode Island; Falkland Islands; Queen Charlotte Islands; British Columbia|
|Ports||Algiers, Algeria; Havana, Cuba; Guangzhou, China; Newport, USA; Gibraltar; Istanbul, Turkey; Malaga, Spain; Monaco; Toulon, France; New York, USA; Bristol, USA; Valparaíso, Chile; Sitka, Alaska; Macau, China|
|Ships||George Washington, Morning Star, Three Sisters, Nancy, Lydia, Juno, Vancouver, Authawalpha, Pearl, Mary, Boston, Maryland, Port-au-Prince|
|People||Maquinna; John Jewitt; John Thompson|
Copyright in Rhode Island. Patterson was a native of North Providence.
"This book is very important for its descriptions of Fiji and Hawaii. It also relates to the coast of Guinea, Havana, Guadeloupe, California, the northwest coast of America, Australia, and Canton. Patterson made three voyages to the northwest coast, visiting the Queen Charlotte Islands and Nootka Sound on Vancouver Island ... [He] visited Hawaii in 1805, and ... Fiji in 1808." Hill Collection of Pacific Voyages, p. 227.
Please note that some of the metadata for this document has been drawn from the California Historical Society's North Baker Research Library catalogue.
|Copyright||California Historical Society|