Henry Kelsey (Barque) log books  1847-1849
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History

The 200-ton barque Henry Kelsey , named after the Canadian explorer, was built by Seabury and Dunham in Yarmouth, Maine, in the mid-1840s. Engaged in the trade of many types of goods, most of which were foodstuffs, the ship traveled to New Orleans, Boston, and Barcelona between 1847 and 1849.