Moe Brothers

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Moe Brothers
Industry shipping, logging
Founded Poulsbo, Washington, circa 1900
Area served
Puget Sound, Kitsap County

Moe Brothers was a shipping firm that operated in Puget Sound and also a logging firm that operated in Kitsap County. The company was based in Poulsbo, Washington.

Business

The two brothers, Albert Moe and Chris Moe (d.1966), were the sons of Iver B. Moe (1840-1927), who came from Paulsbo, Norway. They were among the first settlers of the town of Poulsbo, Washington. The family was mainly in the logging business, but also branched out into steamboats when they purchased the Dauntless and later other steamboats. They were rivals of the Hansen steamboat family, who, like the Moes, had also come from Norway.

Ships owned

The Moe brothers owned a number of vessels at various times, including Reliance, Athlon, Dauntless, the 1906 Monticello, and Advance.

References

  • Kline, Mary S., and Bayless, G.A., Ferryboats -- A Legend on Puget Sound, Bayless Books, Seattle, WA 1983 ISBN 0-914515-00-4
  • Newell, Gordon, R., ed. H.W. McCurdy Maritime History of the Pacific Northwest, Superior Publishing 1966.
  • NAHA (Norwegian-American History Association (accessed 05-15-11)
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