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The Boat Dashed Up and Buzzby Planted his Harpoon VigorouslyAF-WA-22891905-1940View
The Perils of WhalingAF-WA-6001Olmsted, Francis Allyn; unknown1900-1999View
The AttackAF-WA-6002Olmsted, Francis Allyn; unknown1900-1999View
Whaleship James Arnold, New Bedford, MAAF-WA-6004Sullivan, ThomasView
Adventures of an American Whale ManAF-WA-6012Dumont, Peter L.1859View
Adventures of an American Whale ManAF-WA-6012ADumont, Peter L.; Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper1859View
Whaling sceneAF-WA-6017unknown1700-1799View
A Picture for PhilanthropistsAF-WA-7500Von Schmidt, A. A.; Bros., Harperdate unknownView
Life in the ForecastleAF-WA-7501Von Schmidt, A. A.; Bros., Harperdate unknownView
The Whale Fishery. Attacking a "Right" Whale and "Cutting In."AF-WA-P008Currier & Ives1860View
Sperm Whaling with its VarietiesAF-WA-P009Russell, Benjamin; Bufford, John Henry1870View
Capturing a Sperm WhaleAF-WA-P018Page, William; Hulsart, Cornelius B.; Hill, John1862View
The North West or Davis' Streights Whale FisheryAF-WB-0037Ambrosi, Fran.; Dodd, Robert1800-1815View
Greenland FisheryAF-WB-0038ABoydell; Brooking, Charles1754View
Lancing the Whale.AF-WB-0039Hullmandel, C.; Whittaker, G. & W. B.; Harding, J. D.1822View
A Whale Upsetting a Boat.AF-WB-0040Hullmandel, C.; Whittaker, G. & W. B.; Harding, J. D.1822View
A Boat Going on the Tail of a FishAF-WB-0041Hullmandel, C.; Whittaker, G. & W. B.; Harding, J. D.1822View
Striking a Whale with Third HarpoonAF-WB-0042Hullmandel, C.; Whittaker, G. & W. B.; Harding, J. D.1822View
Greenland. 11 Scenes in Greenland Whale Fishery etc. with a map and inscriptionAF-WB-0043unknown1600-1699View
View of the Whale Fishery, etc. in GreenlandAF-WB-0048Thornton; Hogg, Alexander1782View
View of the Whale Fishery, & C. in GreenlandAF-WB-0048BThornton; Hogg, Alexander1782View
Whale or Greenland FisheryAF-WB-0050Kirkall, E.1700-1742View
Fishery of Great BritainAF-WB-0051Kirkall, E.; Black Horse, Cornhill; Baston, T.1721View
The Whale Diving to the Bottom after he is struck with the harpoon iron, & the harpooniers standing in readiness to wound him afresh with spears, when he rises againAF-WB-0052Bowles & Carver1750View
The Whale Diving to the Bottom after he is struck with the harpoon iron, & the harpooniers standing in readiness to wound him afresh with spears, when he rises againAF-WB-0052ABowles & Carver1750View
A Whale struck with the harpoon iron diving among the ice, the harpoonier going to chop the ropes off to prevent the long boat being drawn under water or being split against the iceAF-WB-0053Bowles & Carver1750View
A Whale struck with the harpoon iron diving among the ice, the harpoonier going to chop the ropes off to prevent the long boat being drawn under water or being split against the iceAF-WB-0053ABowles & Carver1750View
Whaling Scene at Jan Mayen IslandAF-WB-0055Churchill, John; Churchill, Awnsham1744View
Whale Hunting in Westmannshaven BayAF-WB-0062M & N Hanhart; Weller, Edward1855View
Greenland Whale FisheryAF-WB-0063Wallis, T.; C. Brightly & T. Kinnersley; Craig, William Marshall1805View
South Sea Whale Fishery. A Representation of Boats Attacking a Sperm Whale from descriptions given by experienced officers and masters in the South Sea FisheryAF-WB-0066Duncan, Edward; Huggins, William John1834View
South Sea Whale Fishery. A Representation of Ships Amelia Wilson and Castor off the Island of Bouro with their boats and crew in the various processes of fishing showing the manner the Spermaceti Whales are caught also the mode of cutting them...AF-WB-0067Sutherland, Thomas; Huggins, William John1825View
Six engravings from some work: 3 marked W. H. PriorAF-WB-0075Prior, William Henry1812-1882View
South Sea Whale FisheryAF-WB-0251Duncan, Edward; Ackermann, Rudolph; Garneray, Ambroise Louis1835View
South Sea Whale FisheryAF-WB-0252Duncan, E.; Ackermann, Rudolph; Garneray, Ambroise Louis1835View
A View of Distress of the Whalers in Melville Bay and the Loss of the McLennen of New London, by a heavy pressure of ice, July 20, 1852AF-WB-0254unknown1852-1900View
Greenland Whale Fishery. Peche de la Baleine a la Cote du GroenlandAF-WB-0254AWilsondate unknownView
A View of Distress of Some of the Whalers in Melville Bay and the loss of the Regalia of Kircaldy, June 20, 1852AF-WB-0255unknown1852-1900View
A View of the Whale FisheryAF-WB-0255AHogg, Alexr.1790View
Views of the Greenland and Whale FisheryAF-WB-02601771-1785View
The Whale Fishery and Killing the BearsAF-WB-02611744View
A View of the Whale Fishery, and the Manner of Killing Bears near & on the Coast of Greenland. 90AF-WB-0262Middleton, Charles Theodore1788View
A View of the Whale Fishery, and the Manner of Killing Bears near & on the Coast of Greenland. 90AF-WB-0262Aunknown1770-1810View
A Whale Swimming with Great Force and Celerity after the Harpoon Iron is fixed in himAF-WB-02631750View
The Harponiers Poking a Whale with their lances after he is enfeebled through great loss of blood at the wound made by the harpone ironAF-WB-0265Bowles, Carington1750View
The long boats making towards a whale, and the harponiers going to cast their lances at himAF-WB-0270Bowles, Carington1750View
The Whale on ShoreAF-WB-0279Bentley, J. C.; Fisher, Son & Co.; Melville, H.1843View
A View of the Whale Fishery - "1700" only inscriptionAF-WB-02801790View
A View of the Whale FisheryAF-WB-0280A1790View
The Greenland Whale FisheryAF-WB-0287Dodd, Robt.; Boydell, John & Josiah1789View


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