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Maritime History

Maritime History of Patchogue, NY

 

--  General

  • Boatyards (Long Island Traditions) - short article that mentions 3 historic Patchogue boatyards
  • Martha A. Hudson:  An Interview on Her Ninetieth Birthday, November 20, 1925 [brochure, full text].  6 p.  (Patchogue-Medford Library.  Celia M. Hastings Local History Room)  -- A "sister sailor", who accompanied her husband, a sea captain, on his voyages around the world.  The American Civil War and a narrow escape from the eruption of Krakatoa figure prominently.  A short account, but an eye-opener.

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  • Gordon, Wellington E.  "Ship-Building." In  History of Patchogue. [Patchogue, NY]:  The Author, [ca. 1924]:  pp. 35-39.
  • Jones, Fred B.  "Shipbuilding and Shipyards."  The Creek [The Patchogue River].  Patchogue, NY:  The Author, 1986:  pp. 13-1 - 13-22.
  • "In South Side Shipyards.  Reports Indicate a Brisk Business with Many Keels on the Ways for city Owners."  Brooklyn Eagle, January 24, 1897:   p, 10.
  • "At Patchogue's Boatyards:  The Builders, Rushed with Work, Have Prospects of a Busy Winter."  Brooklyn Eagle, December 22, 1900:  p. 14.

--  U.S. Customs Port (1875-ca. 1921)

--  Historic Photos

  • Maritime Patchogue (Patchogue-Medford Library.  Celia M. Hastings Local History Room.  Patchogue-Medford Area Historic Images @ Flickr.com)

--  Ice Boats & Ice Scooters

--  Grace Bailey a/k/a Mattie (schooner) 

--  Maritime Center

 

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--  Maritime Survey

--  Sea Lark IV  (cabin cruiser)

--  Port of Entry

--  Shipbuilding

 

---  General

  • Gordon, Wellington E.  "Shipbuilding." In History of Patchogue. [Patchogue, NY:  The Author, ca. 1925.  7 p.
  • Jones, Fred.  "Shipbuilding and Shipyards, 1840-1997" (Chapter 13).  In  The Creek.  Patchogue, NY:  The Author, 1986, repr. 1997:  pp. 13-1 to 13-22.
  • "Patchogue" (Appendix B:  Shipbuilding and Tonnage.  Other South Bay Ports).  In  Bicentennial History of Suffolk County.  Babylon, NY:  Babylon Steam Print, 1885:  p. 107.
  • "In South Side Shipyards:  Reports Indicate a Brisk Business with Many Keels on the Ways for City Owners."  Brooklyn Eagle, January 24, 1897:  p. 10

--  Shipwrecks

 

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---  Burials [Lakeview Cemetery]

---  Glaukauf 

  • Gluckauf (1886-1893)   (Auke Visser's German Esso Tankers Site) - wrecked off Water Island, near Patchogue, NY
  • Wreck of the Glaukauf (1893) [photo (front)] (Patchogue-Medford Library.  Celia M. Hastings Local History Room)
  • Wreck of the Glaukauf (1893) [commentary on reverse of photo]  (Patchogue-Medford Library.  Celia M. Hastings Local History Room)

---  Louis V. Place

---  Nahum Chapin (schooner)

-- Smith, Gilbert Monroe

           See also  Boatyards, Boatbuilding, Shipbuilding, and Boat Races

                          Waterfront and Waterfront Revitalization

-- Waterfront and Waterfront Revitalization

          See also  Boatyards, Boatbuilding, Shipbuilding, and Boat Racing

                         Smith, Gilbert Monroe

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-- World War, 1914-1918

  • Patchogue (ID 1227) YFB-1227 (NavSources Online:  Section Patron Craft Photo Archive) - the local ferry, "Patchogue," and its WW I naval stint, 1917-22

-- World War, 1939-1945

--  U.S. Port of Entry

--  Frank M. Weeks Boatyard