3 edition of [The great sea-serpent, upon the coast of New-England, in 1817] found in the catalog.
[The great sea-serpent, upon the coast of New-England, in 1817]
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 43432.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 p., 1 leaf of plates|
|Number of Pages||20|
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J.P. O'Neill is the author of The Great New England Sea Serpent ( avg rating, 31 ratings, 4 reviews, published )4/5(4). Report of a committee of the Linnaean society of New England, relative to a large marine animal, supposed to be a serpent, seen near Cape Ann, Massachu-setts, in August
8 Brown, ‘A Natural History of the Gloucester Sea Serpent’; J. P. O’Neill, The Great New England Sea Serpent: An Account of Unknown Creatures Sighted by Many Respectable Persons Between and the Present Day (Camden, ME: Down East Books, ); Soini, Gloucester’s Sea Serpent; Regal, ‘Richard Owen and the Sea-serpent’; Burns. The Library of Congress > Chronicling America > The examiner. > Septem > Image 1 Search America's historic newspaper pages from or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between present.
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O'Neill's new book, The Great New England Sea Serpent: An Account of Unknown Creatures Sighted by Many Respected Persons Between and the Present Day, beside getting the trophy for the longest cryptozoological book title of the year, this [The great sea-serpent is a landmark in Sea-Serpent books/5(14).
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[John W Boynton]. If one approaches Soini's book with the understanding that he is a lawyer and is primarily interested in how the lawyers, as leading members of the Linnaean Society of New England, went about assembling the information from eyewitnesses in 1817] book create the first published report on sea serpent sightings by a naturalist society, then the book satisfies/5(7).
The Nahant Sea Serpent. Samuel Adams Drake wrote about the Cape Ann sea serpent in “A Book of New England Legends and Folk Lore” published in “There is one topic with which the annals of Nahant are inseparably associated that we feel a natural diffidence in approaching, yet cannot in conscience ignore, and that is the sea serpent.
The first reported sighting of a sea serpent in North American waters appears in John Josselyn's An Account of Two Voyages to New England, published init reads: "They told me [in ] of a sea serpent or snake, that lay quoiled up like a cable upon a rock at Cape Ann; a boat passing by with English[men] on board, and two Indians, they would have shot the serpent, but the Indians.
The Great New England Sea Serpent book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this examination of sea serpents, J. O'Neill 4/5(4). Many of the ideas formed about sea serpents in the 19th century with the problem of the great American sea serpent were brought into the 20th and some are still with us today.
Some of these 19th century ideas are cleverly brought together in a Washington Times article, “ The Sea Serpent is a Fact, ” from Ap(available via. Mysterious and strange are the ocean depths, but pioneering cyptozoologist ANTOON CORNELIS OUDEMANS () attempted to bring some order to the realm with this survey of the reports of monsters of the sea, the first of its kind.
Gathering sightings from around the globe and across the. In "The Great New England Sea Serpent," J.P. O'Neill draws on the historical record as well as previously unpublished first-hand accounts to chronicle more than sightings of the mysterious marine creatures inhabiting the Gulf of Maine.
The Great New England Sea Serpent: An Account of Unknown Creatures Sighted by Many Respectable Persons Between and the Present Day. New York, NY: Paraview, New York, NY: Paraview, J.P. O'Neill, author of The Great New England Sea Serpent, theorizes that the deterioration of the once-fertile fishing areas off of New England by over-fishing may have caused the creature to find another place to eat, or even go extinct.
Ironically that would mean that a hundred years ago there was once a population of sea-serpents, but now. “The Great Sea Serpent” was a heavily illustrated work by Dutch zoologist A.C. Oudemans (). Sister Celia Laighton Thaxter suggested in her book Among the Isles of. About a quarter of the way into the book there is a map titled “A Correct View of the Town and Outer Harbour of Gloucester and the Appearance of.
The island was included in the land grant to Captain John Mason when the president and council of Plymouth granted to him, under the name Mariana, “ all the land lying along the Atlantic from Naumkeag River to the Merrimack River to geather with the Great Isle or Island henceforth to be called Isle Mason lying neere or before the Bay, Harbor or ye river Aggawom.”.
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() Great Hwy San Francisco, CA /K Yelp reviews. Inas Gloucester, Massachusetts, was recovering from the War ofsomething beneath the water was about to cause a stir in this New England coastal community.
It was a misty August day when two women first sighted Gloucester's sea serpent, touching off a riptide of excitement among residents that reached a climax when Matt Gaffney. In Augustreports of a to foot-long sea beast reached a fever pitch in Gloucester, Mass., after numerous witnesses claimed seeing a huge serpent moving rapidly through the harbor.
This was not the first time -- nor the last time -- the people of Massachusetts would report such a sight. (ebook) Great New England Sea Serpent () from Dymocks online store.
Is it a strange mammal related to the seals, a descendant. Australia’s leading bookseller for years.Reports of sailors having been terrified by the sight of monstrous sea serpents have been published in many countries for centuries. A book, The Great Sea-Serpent, published in London inreported more than such sightings.
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