The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Prescott (Steamboat), C107900, 1905

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Paddle wheel steamer BOHEMIAN. [C] Of 400 tons. Built at Montreal in 1873 by Cantin. Owned by Inland navigation Co. Home port, Montreal. Value $45,000. Class A 1. Date of survey, March 1874. REMARKS. -- Iron. Built on bottom of KINGSTON [???]
      Association of canadian Lake Underwriters
      The Marine Register, 1874

Steamer BOHEMIAN. Of 1138 tons. Built Montreal in 1873. Renamed PRESCOTT 1905. Official Canadian No. 107900. DISPOSITION. -- Burnt Montreal 27th June, 1909.
      Preliminary List of Canadian Merchant Vessels
      Inland & Coastal, 1809 to 1930

Steam paddle PRESCOTT. Official Canadian No. 107900. Of 1,107 tons gross; 648 Tons Register. Built 1873 at Montreal, Que. Rebuilt 1900 at Sorel, Que. Home port, Montreal, Que. Owned by the Montreal Trust & Deposit Co. of Montreal, Que. 195.1 x 27.8 x 9.0 Of 53 horse power.
      List of Vessels on the Registry Books of the
      Dominion of Canada, December 31, 1905

PRESCOTT. Official Canadian No. 107900. Home port, Montreal, Que. formerly BOHEMIAN.
      List of Canadian Vessels Whose Names Have
      Changed during Year ending Dec. 31, 1905

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Prescott (Steamboat), C107900, 1905