Historical Resources

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Honoring the Past, Supporting the Future

The celebration of the 35th Anniversary of the return of Ernestina-Morrissey to Massachusetts (TICKETS HERE) will include recognition of five individuals who were part of the early efforts of repatriation and who continued to support the ship through the years. … Continue reading

Archived Resources

From the archive website.  Not sure all the links work.

Archives & Special Collections at Claire T. Carney Library

The Archives & Special Collections at Claire T. Carney Library has been digitizing the Ernestina-Morrissey archival material.  There are many photographs and other items.

World War II Service

Did you know Ernestina-Morrissey served in World War II?  The ship was sent on secret missions to the Arctic waters known so well by Captain Bartlett to identify sites for and to assist in the construction of and service to … Continue reading

Women of the Polar Archives The Films and Stories of Marie Peary Stafford and Louise Boyd

Women of the Polar Archives from the United States National Archives. The Films and Stories of Marie Peary Stafford and Louise Boyd These women both sailed on Effie M. Morrissey with Captain Bartlett,  1931 for Mrs. Stafford and in 1941 … Continue reading

Photos from Newfoundland

Maritime History Archive, Memorial University  St Johns Newfoundland Visit to Brigus.

News Reel Footage from 1932 Peary Monument Expedition

The National Archives provides access to 4 newsreels from the 1932 voyage of the Morrissey Reel 1 Reel 2 Reel 3 Reel 4

Peary MacMillan Arctic Museum & Arctic Studies Center

Peary MacMillan Arctic Museum & Arctic Studies Center has many Bartlett era artifacts.

Deed of Gift of Ernestina from the Republic of Cape Verde to the People of the US

The records of the Schooner Ernestina Commission have recently been preserved in the archives of the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR).  DCR Archivist Sean Fisher shared with us a copy of the Deed of Gift which you can … Continue reading

Documentation of Bartlett’s 1935 Voyage

Arctic Regions: Arctic Canada, Labrador and Alaska Captain Bartlett’s Cruise to the Arctic, 1935 and New York Times Article

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