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Kendall Whaling Museum Collection. First Edition 1983. By the middle of the seventeenth century, whaling had developed into a thriving American industry. The business expanded rapidly, peaking at about 1850 but continuing into the twentieth century. Whaling was an extremely hard way to make a living, a typical whaling voyage taking two to three years. During their spare time aboard the whaler many sailors would scrim whales teeth and whale bones and often illustrate log books and journals more often than not in a delightfully naive way. This super volume captures this art with full biographical index of the artists. Dust jacket a little nicked. Bound in green cloth covered endboards. 172pp. 283 mm x 220 mm.