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Year End Review - 1919
THE SEALING VOYAGE
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The records were transcribed by JOHN BAIRD Formatted by GEORGE WHITE
While we have endeavored to be as
correct as humanly possible, there could be some typographical errors.
| March 12, 1919 || Sealing fleet 9 steamers sail. |
| March 30, 1919 || Sable I, Capt. Fraqulain, first arrival with 3,477 seals. |
| April 2, 1919 || S.S. Diana, Capt. Parsons, arrived with 2,879 seals. |
| April 5, 1919 || S.S. Thetis, Capt. W. Winsor, arrived with 12,900 seals.
One of the Eagle’s crew, Stone of Bay Bulls, reported to have died of
influenza at the ice.
| April 6, 1919 || S.S. Fogota, Capt Dalton, arrived at Harbor Grace with 6,109 seals. |
| April 7, 1919 || S.S. Seal, arrives at Harbor Grace with 10,623 seals. |
| April 11, 1919 || S.S. Eagle, Capt. Bishop, arrives with 15,729 seals.
S.S. Ranger, Capt Winsor, arrives with 3,729 seals
| April 13, 1919 || S.S. Neptune, Capt. Barbour, arrives with 13,223 seals. |
| April 15, 1919 || S.S. Terra Nova, Capt A. Kean, arrives with 12,566 seals. |
| April 18, 1919 || S.S. Viking, Capt. Bartlett, arrives from Gulf with 88 seals. |
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