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Enoch Train was a poor orphan from a remote country village who somehow became one of the most important maritime figures in nineteenth-century Boston. He played a key role in the career of renowned shipbuilder Donald McKay, and operated Boston’s most successful transatlantic shipping line. And as you will hear, two of his most trusted captains were Cape Codders from maritime families—one of whom, sadly, was lost in tragic circumstances on a return voyage from Liverpool.

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