Patriots and partisans; the merchants of Newburyport, 1764-1815.

by Benjamin Woods Labaree

Publisher: Harvard University Press in Cambridge

Written in English
Published: Pages: 242 Downloads: 863
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Places:

  • Newburyport (Mass.),
  • Massachusetts,
  • Newburyport.
  • Subjects:

    • Merchants -- Massachusetts -- Newburyport,
    • Newburyport (Mass.) -- Politics and government,
    • Newburyport (Mass.) -- Economic conditions
    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliography.

      SeriesHarvard historical studies,, v. 73
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF74.N55 L3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination242 p.
      Number of Pages242
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5857206M
      LC Control Number62019217
      OCLC/WorldCa475804

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Patriots and Partisans: The Merchants of Newburyport, (The Norton library) A Supplement to Robert G. Albion's Naval and Maritime History: An Annotated Bibliography (). Tristram Dalton (–), of Newbury (later Newburyport), another classmate of JA’s, “read law for pleasure” but married a rich wife and be came a merchant, shipowner, and U.S.

senator (Sibley-Shipton, Harvard Graduates, –; Benjamin W. Labaree, Patriots and Partisans: The Merchants of Newburyport, –, Cambridge. William T. Baxter studies the Hancock family, as well as the life of Boston merchants of the period, in The House of Hancock, Business in Boston, – For non‐ Boston merchants, see Benjamin W.

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This article uses a data set created specifically to compare the experiences of men who migrated from Newburyport, Massachusetts in the mid-nineteenth century with those of men who persisted.

It finds that blue-collar migrants were more successful than were their counterparts who did not move. William T. Baxter studies the Hancock family, as well as the life of Boston merchants of the period, in The House of Hancock, Business in Boston, – For non-Boston merchants; see Benjamin W.

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Labaree, Patriots and Partisans: The Merchants of Newburyport, – [Cambridge, Mass., ], pp. –18; Boston Columbian Centinel, 18 .Maritime historian Benjamin Labaree addressed the subject in “Patriots and Partisans: The Merchants of Newburyport, ” (), noting that profits from the slavery-based West Indies.These are the stories of two merchants, Nathaniel Tracy, Esquire, and Captain Offin Boardman, and of their wives, Mary Lee Tracy, “the great beauty of her day,” and Sarah Tappan Boardman, ill and confined to her bed for much of the year.

The sources uncover a mosaic of business success and business failure, of fortunes lost and social.