The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Columbian (1898)


Year of Build:
1898
Official Number:
107091
Construction and Ownership
Built at:
Victoria, British Columbia
Power
Power:
Mechanical
Propulsion:
Sternwheel
Dimensions
Tonnage (gross):
716
Final Disposition
Final Location:
Five Fingers, Yukon River, Yukon, Canada
How:
Blew Up
History

147x33x5 Owned by Canadian Development Co., to British Yukon Navigation Co. 1901. Built by J. Todd, Victoria 1898. Engines (2) 15x72 by J. Rees & Sons, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Built for Stikine River, used very briefly then to Yukon. (Sternwheel) Additional staterooms 1900. Used mostly for freight later; had refrigerated space for meat. Destroyed by explosion and fire 27/09/06 Five Fingers, Yukon River when passenger shooting at ducks ignited explosives in cargo. 5 killed.

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Columbian (1898)