Rogers, Daniel

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Rogers, Daniel

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1736-1800

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Daniel Rogers (1736-1800) was a successful merchant and shipowner in Cape Ann, Massachusetts, during the Revolutionary period. In 1774, he owned or held shares in 10 different vessels, chiefly fishing schooners employed on the banks. Although many of them were lost to the British Navy or to natural decay during the War for Independence, Rogers recouped his fortune in the 1780s and 1790s and died a wealthy man.

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Created - May 29, 2013

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