Rough Waters: Life at Sea in the 19th CenturyConference Papers
AbstractThis talk consists of two parts - first part deals with what Jeffrey Bolster called “The Changing Nature of Maritime Insurrection”- and I will tie that into some research that I did on a New York clipper ship called the Contest. The second part of the talk will look at the rise of seafarer’s missions and that will tie Roald Kverndal’s magnum opus Seamen’s Missions: Their Origin and Early Growth into some research that I did on the earliest work done in New York among seafarers that pre-dated the American Seamen’s Friend Society.
Citation InformationSteven H. Park. "Rough Waters: Life at Sea in the 19th Century" (1995)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/steven_park/3/