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Adelia T. Carleton (Schooner)


Historical Note

The Adelia T. Carleton (Schooner) was built by Carleton, Norwood & Co. in Rockport, ME in 1892, and was active until at least 1911. The vessel was captained most notably by Simon H. Wall (1896-1900), George W. Lane (1901-1904), and David S. Kent (1905-1915). The schooner is named for Adelia (Carleton) Talpey, daughter of Carleton, Norwood & Co.'s founding partner S.D. Carleton.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Carleton, Norwood & Co. Records, 1849-1927, undated

Identifier: MH 52
Abstract The Carleton, Norwood & Co. Records document the business activities of Carleton, Norwood & Co., a shipbuilding company and lime manufacturer based in the Camden-Rockport area of Maine. The collection thoroughly documents the firm’s management of a fleet of vessels, their lime business, and their various building projects around Camden and Rockport. Not included in this collection are records from their shipyard, although materials throughout the series do provide some documentation...
Dates: 1849-1927, undated