E. C. l. (Schooner), U7294, 1855
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Schooner E. C. L. Of 248 tons. Built at Chicago in 1855 by Doolittle & M. Owned by Greilich. Home port, Travers City. Value, $1,800. Class C 1. REMARKS. -- Built on bottom of Brig WABASH.
National Board of Lake Underwriters
Lake Vessel Classification for 1875.
Brig WABASH. Of 245.00 tons. Enrolled and Licensed in the District of Chicago for 1854
Tonnage of the Lakes
Democracy, Buffalo, N.Y.
Wed. February 28, 1855
Schooner E. C. L. Of 360 tons. Built at Chicago in 1855 by Doolittle & Miller. Owned by Ogden & Co. Home port, Chicago. Value, $9,200. Class A 2.
Board of Lake Underwriters
Lake vessel Register, 1860
The schooner WABASH, of Chicago, had her rigging and sails carried away in a squall on Wednesday night at 8 o'clock, while off against Oak Creek. She was loaded with lumber, and was on her way from Green Bay to Chicago. One of her hands, named Wm. Munn, was drowned, and another named Robert Robertson was seriously injured.
She was towed into this city last evening by the propeller St. JOSEPH. Another wreck seen off in the lake some ten miles. - Racine Dem.
Buffalo Daily Republic
Monday, June 20, 1853
Brig WABASH.* U. S. No. 7294. Of 314 gross tons. Built Sacketts harbor, N.Y., 1845. 126.5 x 26.2 x 10.0.
* Renamed E. C. L. - U. S. - 1855
Herman Runge List
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- bottom of brig WABASH
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes