Algoma (Steamboat), C46235, 1863
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THE RACINE. - The name of the steamer formerly known as the CITY OF TORONTO has been changed to RACINE. She is about to take her departure for Lake Michigan, to ply there as a passenger boat. - Detroit Free Press
Buffalo Daily Courier
Thursday, July 30, 1863
Steamer ALGOMA. [C] of 416 tons. Built Niagara in 1841. Owned by Perry & Carruthers. Home port Montreal. Class Æ Value $30,000. REMARKS. -- Formerly CITY OF TORONTO, rebuilt in 1863.
Register of the Ships of the Lakes
and River St. Lawrence, 1864
Steam paddle, CITY OF TORONTO; RACINE ALGOMA --C46235 . Built Niagara 1839, rebuilt Detroit 1863. Laid up 1875 at Collingwood; DISPOSITION:-- scrapped c1887.
Preliminary List of Canadian Steamships
[Coastal & Inland], 1809 to 1930
The old ALGOMA that has so long lain in Collingwood harbour a fruitful cause of profanity to navigation has been towed out and now serves the purpose of a slab dock at the new mill.
Barrie Northern Advance
May 11, 1882
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes