Maine Maritime Museum

A. Anderson

Born: 1853
Citizenship: Sweden
Height: 5' 5"
Eye color:
Hair color: Fair
Complexion: Fair




Advance Note - Dec. 27, 1901 -- Edward Sewall (d. Shanghai )MS-22 b295f15
Consular Certificate - Oct. 18, 1880 -- Pleiades (d. Hull - a. New Orleans)MS-79 b1f24
Disbursements Account - Feb. 25, 1888 -- Alice Archer (d. Bath )MS-22 b225f33
Portage Account - July 13, 1897 -- Frances M. (d. Port Elizabeth - a. Philadelphia)MS-90 b91f6
Portage Account - Apr. 4, 1875 -- Alice M. Minott (d. San Francisco Aug. 15, 1874 - a. New York Mar. 31, 1875)MS-90 b42f16
Portage Account - Apr. 14, 1897 -- Standard (d. Shanghai - a. Boston)MS-90 b169f3
Portage Account - July 1, 1898 -- Standard (d. New York - a. Baltimore)MS-90 b169f3
Portage Account - Oct. 7, 1889 -- Standard (d. Philadelphia - a. San Francisco)MS-90 b169f3
Portage Account - Oct. 4, 1915 -- Dirigo (d. Philadelphia - a. Port Townsend)MS-22 b286f5
Portage Bill - Oct. 9, 1901 -- Ada F. Brown (d. Baltimore - a. Portland)MS-90 b33f19
Receipt - Mar. 11, 1889 -- Benjamin F. Packard ( - a. New York)MS-22 b246f7


VoyageVoyage TypeCaptain
Ada F. Brown (d. Baltimore - a. Portland)MerchantNorman Merry
Alice Archer (d. Bath )MerchantE. O. Smith
Alice M. Minott (d. San Francisco Aug. 15, 1874 - a. New York Mar. 31, 1875)Merchant
Benjamin F. Packard ( - a. New York)Merchant
Dirigo (d. Philadelphia - a. Port Townsend)MerchantW. M. Mallett
Edward Sewall (d. Shanghai )MerchantR. Quick
Frances M. (d. Port Elizabeth - a. Philadelphia)MerchantP. A. Hagan
Pleiades (d. Hull - a. New Orleans)MerchantFessenden Chase
Standard (d. Shanghai - a. Boston)MerchantJohn H. Snow
Standard (d. New York - a. Baltimore)MerchantGetchell
Standard (d. Philadelphia - a. San Francisco)MerchantN. E. Percy


VesselRig/ClassOfficial NumberYear Built
Ada F. BrownFour-mast schooner1076461901
Alice ArcherThree-mast schooner1882
Alice M. MinottShip1867
Benjamin F. PackardShipNone
Dirigo4 mast Bark1894
Edward SewallFour-mast bark1899
Frances M.Four-mast schooner1210091896

The information given in this database is entered here as it is on the document or documents in the Maine Maritime Museum collections. The spelling of the mariner’s name may be wrong, the arithmetic may be wrong, and some descriptions may be thoughtless or not politically correct, but they are shown as found. We have attempted to standardize the names and descriptions of vessels and the spelling of place names. We have tried to include in notes fields important information that does not fit in the standard fields.