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Pewaukee (Schooner), U150233, 1881


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The Milwaukee Sentinel says that it is the intention of Kirtland & Co., the owners of the schooner TWO FRIENDS, to rename the vessel and enter her as American tonnage.
      Cleveland Herald
      Tuesday, August 2, 1881


The schooner TWO FREINDS, rebuilt at Milwaukee, is re-christened "PEWAUKEE."
      Cleveland Herald
      Tuesday, August 30, 1881
     
     
Schooner PEWAUKEE. Of 319 tons. Built at Port Burwell in 1873 by L. M. B. Owned by Wolf & Davidson. Home port, Milwaukee. Value $10,000. Class A 2. REMARKS. -- Formerly TWO BROTHERS [should be TWO FRIENDS]
      Inland Lloyds Vessel Classification
      American Hulls, 1882
     
     
Schooner TWO FRIENDS. Of 319 tons. Built at Port Burwell in Aug. 1873 by L. Mcdermand.
      Board of Lake Underwriters
      lake Vessel Classification, 1876

     
Steam screw PEWAUKEE.* U.S. No. 150233. Of 310.26 tons gross 228.27 tons net. Built 1873 at Port Burwell, Ont. Home port, Milwaukee, Wis. 135.5 x 26.4 x 10.8
* formerly British Bark TWO FRIENDS.
      Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1889
     
     
      Barge PEWAUKEE.* U.S. No. 150233. Of 353 tons gross 353 tons net. Built 1873 at Port Burwell, Ont. Home port, Milwaukee, Wis.
* formerly British Bark TWO FRIENDS.
      Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1911


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ex TWO FRIENDS
Date of Original:
1881
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McN.R.104
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Pewaukee (Schooner), U150233, 1881