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    • Salvatore Ciampi 

      Dyal, Donald H. (Texas Tech University Libraries, 2008)
      Ship Name: Salvatore Ciampi; Sailed: 1890-?; Type: Steel 3-masted bark; Built by: Italy; Dimensions: 267.3' x 33.4' x 22.8'; Tonnage: 1729 tons.
    • Falls of Clyde 

      Dyal, Donald H. (Texas Tech University Libraries, 2008)
      Ship Name:Falls of Clyde; Sailed: 1878; Type: Iron 4-masted, later bark; Built by: Glasgow, Scotland by Russell and Co.; Dimensions: 266.1' x 40' x 23.5'; Tonnage: 1807 tons.
    • St. Katherine 

      Dyal, Donald H. (Texas Tech University Libraries, 2008)
      Ship Name: St. Katherine; Sailed: 1890-Late 1920s; Type: Wood 3-masted; Built by: Bath, Maine by Flint & Co.; Dimensions: 202.8' x 39.3' x 19.1'; Tonnage: 1264 tons.
    • E. R. Sterling 

      Dyal, Donald H. (Texas Tech University Libraries, 2008)
      Ship Name:E.R. Sterling; Sailed: 1883-1928; Type: Iron 4-masted later bark later 6-masted barkentine; Built by: Belfast, Ireland by Harland & Wolff; Dimensions: 308.2' x 42.9' x 25.1'; Tonnage: 2577 tons.
    • Euterpe, ex Star of India 

      Dyal, Donald H. (Texas Tech University Libraries, 2008)
      Ship Name:Euterpe, Star of India; Sailed: 1863-Still afloat in San Diego; Type: Iron 3-masted later bark; Built by: Ramsey, Isle of Man, by Gibson & Co.; Dimensions: 205.5' x 35.2' x 23.4'; Tonnage: 1318 tons.
    • Detroit 

      Dyal, Donald H. (Texas Tech University Libraries, 2008)
      Ship Name:Detroit; Sailed: 1864-1895; Type: Wood 3-masted later bark; Built by: Yarmouth, Maine by Blanchard Brothers; Dimensions: 197' x 38.5' x 17.8'; Tonnage: 1438 tons.
    • Star of Italy 

      Dyal, Donald H. (Texas Tech University Libraries, 2008)
      Ship Name:Star of Italy; Sailed: 1863-1927 but still afloat 1935; Type: Iron 3-masted; Built by: Belfast, Ireland by Harland & Wolff; Dimensions: 257.1' x 38' x 22.3'; Tonnage: 1794 tons.
    • Star of Greenland 

      Dyal, Donald H. (Texas Tech University Libraries, 2008)
      Ship Name: Star of Greenland; Sailed: 1892-1957; Type: Steel 4-masted bark; Built by: Glasgow, Scotland by Charles Connell; Dimensions: 270' x 43.1' x 23.6'; Tonnage: 2148 tons.
    • Star of Shetland 

      Dyal, Donald H. (Texas Tech University Libraries, 2008)
      Ship Name: Star of Shetland; Sailed: 1899-1936; Type: Steel 4-masted bark; Built by: Bath, Maine by Arthur Sewall & Company; Dimensions: 332’ x 45.3’ x 25.5’; Tonnage: 3206 tons.
    • Star of England 

      Dyal, Donald H. (Texas Tech University Libraries, 2008)
      Ship Name:Star of England; Sailed: 1893-Converted to barge 1935; Type: Steel 3-masted ship later bark; Built by: Dumbarton, Scotland by A. McMillan & Son; Dimensions: 264' x 39' x 23.5'; Tonnage: 1943 tons.
    • Tillie E. Starbuck 

      Dyal, Donald H. (Texas Tech University Libraries, 2008)
      Ship Name: Tillie E. Starbuck; Sailed: 1883-1907; Type: Iron 3-masted; Built by: Chester, Pennsylvania by J. Roach; Dimensions: 257' x 42.5' x 23.1'; Tonnage: 2033 tons.
    • Star of Peru 

      Dyal, Donald H. (Texas Tech University Libraries, 2008)
      Ship Name:Star of Peru; Sailed: 1863-1926 but still afloat in 1948; Type: Iron 3-masted later bark; Built by: Sunderland, England by Pile & Hay for J. D. Tyser & Co.; Dimensions: 201.6' x 33' x 20.5'; Tonnage: 1027 tons.
    • Star of Falkland 

      Dyal, Donald H. (Texas Tech University Libraries, 2008)
      Ship Name:Star of Falkland; Sailed: 1891-1928; Type: Steel 3 -masted ship; Built by: Port Glasgow, Scotland by William Hamilton & Co.; Dimensions: 276.8' x 42' x 23.2'; Tonnage: 2201 tons.
    • Golden Gate 

      Dyal, Donald H. (Texas Tech University Libraries, 2008)
      Ship Name:Golden Gate; Sailed: 1888-1934; Type: Steel 4-masted, later bark; Built by: Whitehaven Shipbuilding Co.; Dimensions: 293.3' x 42.8' x 24'; Tonnage: 2341 tons.
    • Tonawanda, ex Lita, ex Indra 

      Dyal, Donald H. (Texas Tech University Libraries, 2008)
      Ship Name: Tonawanda; Sailed: 1892-?; Type: Iron 3-masted; Built by: Greenock, Scotland by Russell for the German firm H. Meyer; Dimensions: 260.7' x 38.1' x 23.1'; Tonnage: 1757 tons.
    • Susquehanna 

      Dyal, Donald H. (Texas Tech University Libraries, 2008)
      Ship Name: Susquehanna; Sailed: 1891-1905; Type: Wood 4-masted bark; Built by: Bath, Maine by Arthur Sewall & Co.; Dimensions: 273.6' x 45.1' x 28'; Tonnage: 2745 tons.
    • Kohala 

      Dyal, Donald H. (Texas Tech University Libraries, 2008)
      Ship Name: Kohala; Sailed: 1901-1941; Type: Wood 4 mast barkentine; Built by: Fairhaven, California by Hans Bendixsen & Co.; Dimensions: 194.8' x 39.9' x 15.8'; Tonnage: 891 tons.
    • Lyman D. Foster 

      Dyal, Donald H. (Texas Tech University Libraries, 2008)
      Ship Name: Lyman D. Foster; Sailed: 1892-1919; Type: Wood 4 mast schooner barkentine; Built by: Port Blakely at the Hall Brothers Yard; Dimensions: 184' x 39' x 15.4'; Tonnage: 777 tons.
    • Crown of India 

      Dyal, Donald H. (Texas Tech University Libraries, 2008)
      Ship Name:Crown of India; Sailed: 1885-1915; Type: Steel 4-masted bark; Built by: Leith by Ramage & Ferguson; Dimensions: 276.7' x 41.3' x 24.1'; Tonnage: 2056 tons.
    • Battle Abbey 

      Dyal, Donald H. (Texas Tech University Libraries, 2008)
      Ship Name: Battle Abbey; Sailed: 1875-1913; Type: Iron 3-masted; Built by: Thomas Royden & Sons; Dimensions: 242.1' x 40.3' x 22.8'; Tonnage: 1559 tons.