The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Canada (1852)


Year of Build:
1852
Construction and Ownership
Built at:
St. Antoine De Tilly, Quebec
Power
Power:
Mechanical
Propulsion:
Sidewheel
Dimensions
Tonnage (gross):
-59
Final Disposition
Final Location:
Bar Point, Lake Erie
How:
Wrecked
History

Later Registration: U.S.A.

108x18x8 Owned by C. King, St. Antoine de Tilly, Que. 1852, 1855; S. McKay 1864. Built by J. Beaudry, St. Antoine de Tilly. Engine 32x72 by J. Murray (per Register; Kingston "Whig" 1855 reported 32x78 by Ward & Brush, Montreal). Towboat. Used Detroit & St. Clair Rivers after 1856. Damaged by fire 06/10/55 Moore (St. Clair River), rebuilt at Detroit and registered as U.S. vessel. Ultimately wrecked 29/11/65 Bar Point, Lake Erie. Known unofficially as "Canada No. 2" and (in 1853 advertisements) "Young Canada".

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Canada (1852)