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Otego (Propeller), U155075, 1887


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Cleveland. - John H. Jacobs, Marquette, has procured from Potter, Birdsall & Company, two-thirds of the propeller OTEGO for $16,500. He will use the propeller for carrying building stone from Marquette to lower lake ports. The OTEGO was built at Port Robinson, Ont., in 1875 and rebuilt in 1883. She was formerly called the CITY OF St. CATHARINES and measures 224 tons. She will tow two consorts in the stone trade and will be commanded by Captain J.J. Frink.
      The Marine Record
      Thursday, February 10, 1887 p. 1


Propeller OTEGO. Of 224 tons. Built at Port Robinson in 1875 by Abbey. Rebuilt in 1883. Owned by Porter, et al. Home port, Cleveland. Value $24,000. Class A 2. REMARKS. -- Formerly CITY OF St. CATHARINES.
      Inland Lloyds vessel Register, 1884
     
     
     
      Steam screw OTEGO.* U.S. No. 155075. Of 334.30 tons gross; 228.28 tons net. Built 1874 at Port Robinson, Ont. Home port, Marquette, Mich. 139.0 x 25.9 x 13,7
* formerly British steam screw CITY OF St. CATHARINES.
      Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1889
     


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ex CITY OF St. CATHARINES
Date of Original:
1887
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McN.R.41
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Otego (Propeller), U155075, 1887