Dover (Propeller), 1877
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The steamers DOVER and JOHN SHERMAN, from Erie and Cleveland, respectively, were in port yesterday with excursion parties from those places. The DOVER was formerly the United States steamer HAZE.
Wednesday, July 19, 1876
The Chicago Post says the craft named the tow-steamer DOVER was formerly the lighthouse steamer HAZE, and that she is now towing the schooner QUEEN CITY.
August 14, 1877
NEW VESSELS. -- Work on the new United States lighthouse tender to be called the HAZE, now in progress of construction at the yard of Gibson & Craig, Buffalo, is progressing as rapidly as practicable. The length of the vessel will be 143 feet, breadth of beam, 25 feet; depth of hold, 16 feet. She will have two decks, the main hold being 9 feet and 'tween decks 7 feet. The HAZE will be provided with a low pressure engine 26 inches in diameter and having a 26 inch stroke. The boiler is being constructed by M. Riter, of Buffalo, and will be 15 feet long by 8 feet in diameter. It has not yet been decided where the engine will be made. There is some talk of procuring one in New York City, and Mr. Craig is now at the East on business relating to the engine. The new steamer HAZE will take the place of the old one of the same name. Her special duty will be to supply with material the lighthouses in the Tenth District, which includes a large part of the lake region. She is to be completed by June 1st. The frames are now all up and the sides are partly on.
Wednesday, March 29, 1876
NOTE:- DOVER would be renamed from the first HAZE, U11459
Steam screw HAZE.* U. S. No. 11459. Of 316 gross tons. Built Mystic, Conn., 1861. 137.0 x 24.6 x 9.4
* U. S. Light House Tender HAZE
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- William R. McNeil
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