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John Codman (1814–1900)

Codman, John. A noted American sea-captain and miscellaneous writer; born at Dorchester, MA, Oct. 16, 1814; died in Boston, April 6, 1900. He wrote: ‘Sailors’ Life and Sailors’ Yarns’ (1847); ‘The Mormon Country’ (1876); ‘Round Trip by Way of Panama, etc.’ (1879); ‘Winter Sketches from the Saddle’ (1888), etc.