Definition of Chebacco. Meaning of Chebacco. Synonyms of Chebacco

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Definition of Chebacco

Chebacco
Chebacco Che*bac"co, n. [From Chebacco, the former name of Essex, a town in Massachusetts where such vessels were built.] (Naut.) A narrow-sterned boat formerly much used in the Newfoundland fisheries; -- called also pinkstern and chebec. --Bartlett.

Meaning of Chebacco from wikipedia

- Chebacco Watershed. Chebacco Lake is designated as a Great Pond, putting it under state ownership but remaining open to public use. "About - ChebaccoLake...
- 1819. It was previously a part of the town of Ipswich and was then called Chebacco Parish. The first European settlers arrived in 1634. At that time, the...
- against British taxation, for which he was once jailed As the pastor of the Chebacco Parish from 1680 to his death in 1725, Wise lived in Ipswich, M****achusetts...
- and sacrilegious robbery" The extraordinary story of body snatching at Chebacco Parish in Ipswich, M****achusetts by Christopher Benedetto. New England...
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- on a ship called the Susan and Ellen. Upon arrival, they settled in the Chebacco area of Ipswich, M****achusetts. Proctor's father owned many properties...
- 1813, the Canadian privateer Dart drove the American privateer Orange, a chebacco boat of two guns and 11 men, on to Fox Island in Machias Bay on the coast...
- Henry Simpson John Tuttle, about age 17, Devonshire, England, settled in Chebacco Parish and finally Dover, New Hampshire (known to locals as "Shipwreck...
- of town are bordered by water, with the Ipswich River to the west and Chebacco Lake and several other small ponds to the east. The highest point in town...
- commissioned U.S. naval vessel.[citation needed] The original Fame was a fast Chebacco fishing schooner that was reborn as a privateer when war broke out in the...
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