The reason we know so much about the people, places, stories, and collections associated with Salem Maritime is through the research of dozens of professional historians, archaeologists, archivists, and curators, as well as undergraduate and graduate students in the fields of history, archaeology, art history, American studies, and museum studies, among other fields. In these pages we present scholarly research related to Salem Maritime.
Pickled Fish and Salted Provisions: an occasional newsletter.
National Park Service reports [Coming soon!]
Did You Know?
The largest customs duty bill collected at the Port of Salem was $140,761 when the ship Sumatra returned from Canton in 1831.