Statistics for occurrence #1 of “J. Q. Adams” in chapter 9 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 24.:
... which tested the joints, already caulked with oakum. This, in the later days of the Medford business, was done by a fire engine. When the town procured new engines, one of the old hand tubs, the J. Q. Adams , was kept for watering ships, as stated in the town report. Below the bilge (or curvature of the frames), a block of wood was closely fitted in each intervening space. This was called a salt sto...
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