Notes

Notes
1
San Francisco Chronicle, November 26, 1907.
2
Obituary, San Francisco Newspaper Union (April, 1919), corroborated by interview with Captain Shorey's daughter, Mrs. Victoria G. Francis of Berkeley, Calif.
Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Feb. 25, 1908
Delilah Leontium Beasley, The Negro Trail-Blazers of California (Los Angeles, 1919), 125.
3
Sidney M. Greenfield, English Rustics in Black Skins (New Haven, 1966), 59.
4
Federal Writer's Project, Directory of Whal- ing Masters (New Bedford, 1938), 181.
5
Foster Rhea Dulles, Lowered Boats: A Chronicle of American Whaling (New York, 1933)
Elmo Paul Hohman, The American Whaleman: A Study of Life and Labor in the Whaling Industry (New York, 1928).
6
Hohman, op. cit., p. 6.
7
E. Keble Chatterton, Whalers and Whaling (Philadelphia, 1926), 107.
8
Pacific Commercial Advertiser, op. cit.
9
Reginald B. Hegarty warns of speaking in too general terms about whalers, saying that "no two were exactly alike in size, shape, or sailing qualities. Each vessel had different characteristics that were easily recognizable at great distances by those familiar with the various whalers"—Birth of a Whaleship (New Bedford, 1064), 19.
10
Record of American and Foreign Shipping (New York, 1886), p. 358.
11
San Francisco Chronicle, November 26, 1907.
12
Hohman, op. cit., p. 246.
13
Reginald B. Hegarty, Returns of Whaling Vessels Sailing from American Ports (New Bedford, 1959), 20.
14
Lloyd's Register of British and Foreign Shipping (London, 1891)
Reginald B. Hegarty, Returns of Whaling Vessels, 27.
15
Lloyd's Register of British and Foreign Shipping (1898-99), Vol. II (London, 1899)
16
Lloyd C. M. Hare, Salted Tories: The Story of the Whaling Fleets of San Francisco (Mystic, Conn., i960), 102.
17
Reginald B. Hegarty, Returns of Whaling Vessels, 31.
18
Herman Melville, Moby Dick, Modern Library Edition (N.Y., 1950), 118
19
Crew lists of the Andrew Hicks, voyages of 1900, 1901, and 1902. Federal Records Center, San Francisco.
20
San Francisco Chronicle, October 31, 1901.
21
Affidavit, signed by John C. Baird, Dept. of Justice, Office of U. S. Attorney, District of Hawaii, March, 1901; Federal Records Center, San Francisco.
22
Hohman, op. cit., p. 58.
23
Lloyd C. M. Hare, op. cit., p. 110.
24
Lloyd's Register of British and Foreign Shipping (1903-04), Vol. II (London, 1904).
25
San Francisco Chronicle, Nov. 26, 1907.
26
Pacific Commercial Advertiser, February 2, 1908.
27
Ibid.
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