a Shipmaster who worked the Redwood Coast, North California and Southern Oregon United States of America
In 1906, he commanded the Alcatraz a wooden steam schooner
In 1919, he commanded the Aiken
In an article in The Oregon Daily Journal of Portland, Oregon on June 20, 1919 it states that:PANAMA CANAL IS HANDLING CRAFT WITHOUT DELAYS Captain O. Fredrickson Here to Take Command of New Ship; Has Made Two Trips Recently. PASSAGE TIME, EIGHT HOURS Vessels Travel Under Own Steam Except When Passing Through Locks, When Locomotives Aid. Shipmaster’s … no difficulty or delays in passing the rough the Panama canal these days, say Captain O. Fredrickson, who has taken two Portland-built wooden steamers from the Pacific to the Atlantic via the canal, and who is now here to command one.
In an article in The Oregon Daily Journal of Portland, Oregon on July 19, 1919 it states that:
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