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Ann Alexander Coming into Leghorn in 1807 Print


The Ann Alexander Coming into Leghorn in 1807 print depicts the three-masted ship "The Ann Alexander" from New Bedford, Massachusetts. The ship is notable for having been rammed and sunk by a wounded sperm whale in the South Pacific on August 20, 1851. The incident, along with the sinking of the Essex some 30 years prior, likely influenced Herman Melville in the writing of Moby-Dick. 

Dimensions: 15" x 9"