Elm City (Schooner), C7318, 1860
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Schooner ELM CITY. [C] 74 tons. Built 1850 at Port Dover by Foster. Owned by George Hotchkiss. Home port, Port Dover. Value $1,400. Class C 1. REMARKS. -- formerly the EUNICE ANN, new ends in 1859.
Board of Lake Underwriters
Lake Vessel Register, 1860
Schr. EUNICE ANN.* Official Canada No. 7318. Of 74 gross tons. Built Port Dover, Ont., 1850. 83.0 x 20.0 x 6.0.
* Renamed ELM CITY - U. S. - [rebuilt 1862 in Buffalo, N.Y.]
Herman Runge List
SCHOONER DESTROYED BY FIRE. - The schooner ELM CITY, owned and commanded by Captain Collins, was destroyed by fire at Erie Sunday. When she last cleared from this port, she had 800 barrels of water lime on board. The vessel was insured nearly up to her full value. The cargo was wholly destroyed. Its value was about $1,200.
The Buffalo Evening Post
Tuesday, May 29, 1866
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- ex EUNICE ANN
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes