The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Etowah (Bark), 1866


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THE ETOWAH HEARD FROM. -- The ETOWAH, ( formerly the HOWELL HOPPOCK) of Cunningham, Shaw & Co.'s Line, which has been out from Liverpool for a long time without being heard from, has arrived at New York. She lost her foremast after taking the American pilot on board, having encountered a severe gale, and was driven ouit to sea again. We have no further partuiculars.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      April 25, 1864


      ARRIVAL FROM LIVERPOOL. - The barque ETOWAH, Captain ---?--- arrived at this port last evening, from Liverpool via Quebec. She left Liverpool on the 9th of June, and was forty days crossing the Atlantic; consuming three weeks in the passage from Quebec to this port. The ETOWAH is loaded with fifty cases of crockery for Detroit, and seventy tons of iron for Sarnia. A few cases of crockery were for this port. She is a barque of about three hundred and fifty tons burthen; and was built in Cleveland by Quayle & Martin. Her first name was HOWELL HAPPOCK. - Cleveland Plain Dealer.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      August 8, 1866


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Newspaper
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ex HOWELL HAPPOCK
Date of Original:
1866
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Local identifier:
McN.R.71
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Etowah (Bark), 1866