Call Me Ishmael (Classic Reprint)
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Excerpt from Call Me Ishmael
Herman Melville was born in New York August 1, 1819, and on the 12th of that month the Essex, a well-found Whaler of 238 tons, sailed from Nantucket with George Pollard, Jr. As captain, Owen Chase and Matthew Joy mates, 6 of her complement of 20 men Negroes, bound for the Pacific Ocean, victualled and provided for two years and a half.
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