The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Lord Elgin (Steamboat), 1864


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Steamer LORD ELGIN. Of 339 tons. Built at Montreal in 1848 by A. Cantin. Owned by the American Steam Boat Co. Home port, Oswego. Class B. Value $9,000. REMARKS. -- Formerly MONTREAL; rebuilt in 1863.
      Register of the Ships of the Lakes
      and River St. Lawrence, 1864
     

Steamer MONTREAL. Of 339 tons. Built Montreal in 1848 by A. Cantin. Owned by the Ontario & St. Lawrence Steam Boat Co. Home port, Ogdensburgh. Value $ 4,800. Class, C 2.
      Board of lake Underwriters
      Lake Vessel register, 1860
     
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Steamer LORD ELGIN [c] Of 51.15 tons Burthen. Built at Montreal in 1848 by Augustin Cantin. Owned by John Kennedy & paul Masson. Home port, Montreal. 155 x 23 x 8 .4 . One deck, two masts, round stern. [ registered as 27 of 1850]
      Port of Montreal Register
      Port Number 17 of 1848

     
Paddle wheel steamer LORD ELGIN [C] Of 51.15 tons burthen. Built Montreal in 1848 by A. Cantin. Owned by McPherson & Crane, & Hooker and Holton. Home port, Montreal.
Registar's notes, "Called MONTREAL"
      Port of Montreal Register
      Port Number 27 of 1850
     
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ex MONTREAL
Date of Original:
1864
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Local identifier:
McN.R.502
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Lord Elgin (Steamboat), 1864