Trenholm, Captain Thomas
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This is the first tape of several interviews with Captain Thomas Trenholm of Murray Harbour, P.E.I. Captain Tom begins by telling about his father, Captain William Trenholm, a story about catching swordfish, and his childhood. He then tells about schooner races and his father buying the M. M. Gardner, trips down to Barbados, his father's ship Marine, and life at sea. There is also mention of food and water while at sea, navigation, and a trip to Guyana carrying Ottawa pine.
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Port Elgin, NS; Louisbourg, NS; Lunenburg, NS; Halifax, NS; New York, NY; Barbados; Guyana
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1868, 1934, 1914, 1921, 1920, 1919, 1924, 1933
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