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Muscallonge (Propeller), C133752, 1912

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Propeller MUSCALLONGE.* Official Canadian No. 133752. Of 360 gross tons'; 245 tons register. Built at Port Huron, Mich., in 1896. Home port, Montreal, Que. 128.0 x 24.5 x 12.0 Of 51 horse power. Owned by The Sincennes McNaughton Line, Montreal, Que.
      * Foreign name, VIGILANT.
      List of Steam Vessels on the Registry
      Books in Canada on December 31, 1920

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vessel Name: VIGILANT
Nationality U.S.
Official Number: 161767
Rig: Tug

Dimensions & Tonnage
Vessel Length: 128.00 Gross Tonnage: 372.09
Vessel Width: 24.42 Net Tonnage: 253.03
Vessel Height 12.00 Hull Material: Wood
Masts: Hull Number:

Builder Information
Place of Build: Port Huron, MI
Builder: Jenks Ship Building Co.
Date of Build 1896

Name Changes
Vessel Name: Date: Registry Official #
MUSCALLONGE 1912 - 1936 CANADA 133752

Rebuild History
Canadian measures, 1912 (128 x 24.42 x 12; 360 gross - 245 registered).

Burned 1 1/2 miles east of Brockville, Ont., St. Lawrence River, on August 15, 1936, with oil barge BRUCE HUDSON in tow.

First enrollment issued at Port Huron, MI, May 13, 1896.
      Institute for Great Lakes research
      Bowling Green, Ohio
Bulk freighter MUSCALLONGE. Official Canada No. 133752. Of 360 gross tons. Built Port Huron, Mich., 1896. 128 x 25 x 12 DISPOSITION:-- Burnt Brokkville, Ont., August 15, 1936.
      Preliminary List of Canadian Merchant Steamships
      Inland & Coastal, 1809 to 1930. World Ship Society

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Muscallonge (Propeller), C133752, 1912