- http://susan.chin.gc.ca:8013/basisdbdocs/e_main.htmlhttp://susan.chin.gc.ca:8013/basisdbdocs/e_main.html - Contact the research department of the site. They can find histories ofMaster Mariners and lots of other information. For example, there are 21 “Flying Cloud” ship names listed. Most appear to have been lost at sea.
The Steamship Historical Society of America, Inc. University of Baltimore Library, S.S.H.S.A.Collection, 1420 Maryland Avenue, Baltimore, MD21201
The Mariner's Museum, 100 Museum Drive, Newport News, VA23606
Mystic Seaport Museum, G.W. Blunt White Library, Mystic, CT06355
“Shipping: A Survey of Historical Records” by P. Mathias & A.W.H. Pearsall (Newton Abbot, England: David and Charles, 1980). It has shipping companies and their record holdings and shipping records, index of names of ships, an index of persons, firms, places and principal trades.
“Ships of Our Ancestors” by Michael J. Anuta, and “Passenger Ships of the World, Past and Present” by Eugene W. Smith.
"Passenger and Immigration Lists Index" in the public library lists names, ages, dates and U.S. ports of entry.
Dalhousie University Archives in Halifax, Nova Scotia, has:
Canadian Shipping Collections - http://www.library.dal.ca/archives/unms12.htmhttp://www.library.dal.ca/archives/unms12.htm - includes David Barron’s Northern Shipwreck Database, Canada Customs, Canada Department of Transport (Shipping Registers on Microfilm), shipping registers of various NS ports from 1840’s to 1930’s.