Grandfather Paty's journal (SAFR 14297, HDC 138) is the title of this typescript reminiscence. It recounts John Paty's activities
in maritime trade on the East and West Coasts of the United States, the West Coast of Mexico, Hawaii, Tahiti and the Caribbean
Islands from 1812 to 1850. John and his brother started Paty's & Company while in San Francisco and operated the company during
the Gold Rush. Mentioned in the reminiscence is the slave revolt on Martinique in 1838 and passage through the Strait of Magellan
in 1833. This item is available for use without restriction.
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