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Massachusetts Shipping, 1697–1714

A Statistical Study

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ISBN 9780674734999

Publication Date: 01/01/1959

148 pages

33 tables

Belknap Press

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  • Preface
  • Introduction
      • 1. The Register
    • Massachusetts Shipping in 1698
      • 2. Dimensions of the Fleet
      • 3. Manufacture of the 1698 Fleet
      • 4. Owners and Patterns of Investment
    • Massachusetts Shipping, 1699–1714
      • 5. The Acquisition of Shipping
      • 6. Shipbuilding
      • 7. Investors and Investments
      • 8. Conclusion
  • The Massachusetts Register of Shipping, 1697–1714
    • Table I. Vessels Registered in Massachusetts as of December 25, 1698
    • Table II. Vessels Owned by Massachusetts Towns, 1698
    • Table III. Vessels of Other New England Colonies Registered in Massachusetts, 1698
    • Table IV. Distribution of Tonnages, 1698
    • Table V. Distribution of Vessels by Type, 1698
    • Table VI. Place of Build of Vessels Registered in Massachusetts, 1698
    • Table VII. Relation Between Place of Build and Home Port of Vessels Registered in Massachusetts, 1698
    • Table VIII. Home Port of Vessels Built in Other New England Colonies, 1698
    • Table IX. Relation Between Residence of Investors and Home Port of Vessels, 1698
    • Table X. Concentration of Ownership in Massachusetts Vessels, 1698
    • Table XI. Concentration of Ownership in Non-Massachusetts Vessels, 1698
    • Table XII. Concentration of Sole Ownership in Massachusetts Vessels, 1698
    • Table XIII. Vessels Registered in Massachusetts, 1697–1714
    • Table XIV. Captured Vessels Registered in Massachusetts, 1697–1714
    • Table XV. Percentage of Total Massachusetts Shipping Held by Massachusetts Towns, 1697–1714
    • Table XVI. Distribution of Vessels by Type, 1697–1714
    • Table XVII. Shipbuilding in Massachusetts, 1674–1714
    • Table XVIII. Registered Vessels Built Outside Massachusetts, 1678–1714
    • Table XIX. Relation Between Place of Build and Home Port of Vessels Registered in Massachusetts, 1697–1714
    • Table XXa. Place of Build and Year of Registration of Boston Vessels, 1697–1714
    • Table XXb. Place of Build and Year of Registration of London Vessels, 1697–1714
    • Table XXc. Place of Build and Year of Registration of Vessels from "Other British Isles," 1697–1714
    • Table XXIa. Home Port of Vessels Built in Boston and Registered Within One Year of Build, 1697–1714
    • Table XXIb. Home Port of Vessels Built in Charlestown and Registered Within One Year of Build, 1697–1714
    • Table XXIc. Home Port of Vessels Built in Salem and Registered Within One Year of Build, 1697–1714
    • Table XXId. Home Port of Vessels Built in Scituate and Registered Within One Year of Build, 1697–1714
    • Table XXIe. Home Port of Vessels Built in Newbury and Registered Within One Year of Build, 1697–1714
    • Table XXII. Relation Between Residence of Investors and Home Port of Vessels, 1699–1714
    • Table XXIII. Concentration of Ownership in Massachusetts Vessels, 1699–1714
    • Table XXIV. Concentration of Sole Ownership in Massachusetts Vessels, 1699–1714
    • Table XXV. Location of Holdings of Investors in Ten or More Massachusetts Vessels, 1697–1714
    • Table XXVI. Changes in Composition of the Massachusetts Fleet, 1697–1714
    • Table XXVII. Investors in Ten or More Vessels, 1697–1714
  • Appendix: A Note on Procedure
  • Index

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