Canada, America & the West Indies imports and exports to the UK, 1678-1825

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5 volumes in Canada, America & the West Indies imports and exports to the UK, 1678-1825

Nova Scotia, 1730-1820

The Nova Scotia naval office lists have been reproduced in sequence as far as possible; however, some lists have been lost over the years and a complete range was not available. Alternative sources can supplement these lists, notably lists of shipping compiled by customs officials and those noted in the...

  • Contributor:  National Archives
  • Reference:  73181-A
  • Keyword:  maritime history trade canada slavery american revolution

North Eastern American States, 1686-1769

These lists cover four core North Eastern American states: Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and New Jersey. Each of these states had its own series of shipping lists, though time and other causes have rendered these series incomplete. The Naval Office Shipping Lists for Maryland cover from 1689 to 1764, with...

  • Contributor:  National Archives
  • Reference:  73181-B
  • Keyword:  maritime history trade usa slavery

South Eastern American States, 1689-1769

These lists cover four core South Eastern American states: Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and Virginia. Each of these states had its own series of shipping lists, though time and other causes have rendered these series incomplete. The Naval Office Shipping Lists for East Florida cover the port of St Augustine...

  • Contributor:  National Archives
  • Reference:  73181-C
  • Keyword:  maritime history trade usa slavery

Jamaica, 1685-1818

These lists cover the port of Kingston in Jamaica for the years 1685 to 1818. As with the naval office shipping lists for other colonies, the Jamaica Shipping Lists are incomplete. There are periods of years where no records are extant: 1693-96, 1701-02, 1705-08, 1716-17, 1723-25, 1731-41, 1750-51, 1758-61, 1770-81,...

  • Contributor:  National Archives
  • Reference:  73181-D
  • Keyword:  maritime history trade caribbean slavery jamaican
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