Log: July 21, 1910.

The CHARLES W. MORGAN was sailing under the command of Charles S. Church. The ship was located in the North Atlantic about mid way between Savannah, Georgia and Casablanca, Morocco. The Captain’s wife, Charlotte, was keeping the log during this voyage. Her entry for the day states,

“Lat. 31-20n                             Barometer 30-06

Long 48-59-45w                     Wind   Variable

Sea   Smooth                           Force   Light  (very)

Weather   ‘Good & Hot

This day had very light variable winds.  Ship under all sail working to the north.  This AM saw school blackfish.  Lowered four boats –without success.   Employed the remainder of day – picking over potatoes.  So ends this day.  All well.”