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This is a list of specifically named locations in the Caroline series. This also includes significant boats and ships.
The Abbott home is where Caroline, her mother, Grandmother Livingston and her father live together. The Livingstons (along with Lydia Livingston) and Hathaways (Mrs. Hathaway and her two daughters Amelia and Rhonda Hathaway) board there during the series.
A shipyard owned by John Abbott.
The small fishing spot Seth and Caroline take Rhonda for her first fishing trip.
Kingston, Upper Canada
A town in Upper Canada (Ontario) on Lake Ontario. The British have headquarters here, and when the White Gull is captured Lydia Livingston is escorted here for her parents to get her.
One of the five Great Lakes, between New York and Upper Canada (Ontario). Due to its location, it was a point of contention during the War of 1812.
Livingston Farm (Upper Canada)
Livingston Farm (New York)
A small bay near Sackets Harbor. Caroline and her father used to go fishing there often.
Sackets Harbor, New York
A small village in Upper New York on Lake Ontario. Caroline and her family live here.
A small sailing skiff owned by the Abbotts. It is sunk during the events of Caroline Takes a Chance; once John Abbott is able to work in his shipyard, he raises and repairs it, naming it Miss Caroline and gifting it to his daughter.
A sloop built by John Abbott for his nephew, Oliver Livingston. On its maiden voyage, it is boarded by the British and taken.