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title The Loss of the Welcome
creator Townshend, Adele
subject Island Magazine
subject Prince Edward Island Museum
description <p align="left"> </p><p align="left"><font size="3" face="Times-Italic"><font size="3" face="Times-Italic"></font></font><p><font size="7" face="Times-Roman"><font size="7" face="Times-Roman"><p align="left">O</p><p align="left"><font size="3" face="Times-Roman"><font size="3" face="Times-Roman">n 10 August 1883, Benjamin</font></font></p><p align="left">Himmelman, managing owner of</p><p align="left">the 45-ton, two-masted schooner </p><p align="left"><i><font size="3" face="Times-Italic"><font size="3" face="Times-Italic">Welcome,</font></font><font size="3" face="Times-Roman"><font size="3" face="Times-Roman"><p align="left">watched his vessel leave the port</p><p align="left">of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, for the fishing</p><p align="left">grounds off Prince Edward Island.</p><p align="left">On board were his three sons — Albert</p><p align="left">(the skipper), Eli, and young George —</p><p align="left">and two of his nephews: Henry</p><p align="left">Himmelman, a son of his brother, Henry;</p><p align="left">and James Stannage Himmelman, son of</p><p align="left">his brother, Jacob. There were five others</p><p align="left">in the 10-man crew, all good seamen</p><p align="left">off on a routine fishing trip in mid-summer</p><p align="left">in a sturdy vessel built seven years</p><p>earlier in nearby LaHavre.</p></font></font></i></p></font></font></p></p>
publisher Prince Edward Island Museum
date 1990
type Document
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identifier vre:islemag-batch2-371
source 28
language en_US
rights <p>Please note that this material is being presented for the sole purpose of research and private study. Any other use requires the permission of the copyright holder(s), and questions regarding copyright are the responsibility of the user.</p>

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title The Loss of the Welcome
creator Townshend, Adele
subject Island Magazine
subject Prince Edward Island Museum
description <p align="left"> </p><p align="left"><font size="3" face="Times-Italic"><font size="3" face="Times-Italic"></font></font><p><font size="7" face="Times-Roman"><font size="7" face="Times-Roman"><p align="left">O</p><p align="left"><font size="3" face="Times-Roman"><font size="3" face="Times-Roman">n 10 August 1883, Benjamin</font></font></p><p align="left">Himmelman, managing owner of</p><p align="left">the 45-ton, two-masted schooner </p><p align="left"><i><font size="3" face="Times-Italic"><font size="3" face="Times-Italic">Welcome,</font></font><font size="3" face="Times-Roman"><font size="3" face="Times-Roman"><p align="left">watched his vessel leave the port</p><p align="left">of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, for the fishing</p><p align="left">grounds off Prince Edward Island.</p><p align="left">On board were his three sons — Albert</p><p align="left">(the skipper), Eli, and young George —</p><p align="left">and two of his nephews: Henry</p><p align="left">Himmelman, a son of his brother, Henry;</p><p align="left">and James Stannage Himmelman, son of</p><p align="left">his brother, Jacob. There were five others</p><p align="left">in the 10-man crew, all good seamen</p><p align="left">off on a routine fishing trip in mid-summer</p><p align="left">in a sturdy vessel built seven years</p><p>earlier in nearby LaHavre.</p></font></font></i></p></font></font></p></p>
publisher Prince Edward Island Museum
date 1990
type Document
format application/pdf
identifier vre:islemag-batch2-371
source 28
language en_US
rights <p>Please note that this material is being presented for the sole purpose of research and private study. Any other use requires the permission of the copyright holder(s), and questions regarding copyright are the responsibility of the user.</p>