Frederick Pease Harlow
Frederick Pease Harlow (December 12, 1856 - 1952) was an American sailor, author of The Making of a Sailor (Salem Research Society, 1928), the narrative of his two inaugural voyages, coastwise on New England in 1872 and afterwards to the Far East in the Boston ship Akbar; and Chanteying Aboard American Ships (Barre, Mass.: Barre Press, 1962), based on his lifetime of deepwater experience, prepared and posthumously published at the insistence and under the guidance of Ernest Dodge of the Peabody Museum of Salem, Mass.
- Biographical entry in Encyclopedia of American Literature of the Sea and Great Lakes, edited by Jill B. Gidmark
• Curatorial and exhibition files, Kendall Whaling Museum • Curatorial and exhibition files, New Bedford Whaling Museum • Stuart M. Frank, Jolly Sailos Bold: Ballads and Songs of the American Sailor (East Windsor, NJ: Camsco Music, 2011), passim.
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