Chippewa (Steamboat), U206249, 1909
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Steam paddle CHIPPEWA.* U.S. No. 206249. Of 398 tons gross; 250 tons net. Built at Buffalo, N.Y., in 1884. Home port, Toledo, Ohio. 181.5 x 28.0 x 10.0. Built of iron. Crew of 15. Passenger service. Of 800 indicated horse power.
* formerly U. S. Revenue Cutter, Steam paddle FESSENDEN.
Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1909
Sidewheel steamer WILLIAM P. FESSENDEN. Of 329 tons. Built 1883 at Buffalo, N.Y. Home station, Detroit, Mich. Rated 1st. Class. Carries 2 guns.
Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1888
Vessels of the U. S., Revenue Marine.
WILLIAM P. FESSENDEN.* Built 1883 Sidewheel Revenue Cutter -Iron
USRCS 545 Displ. tons 198' x 28' x 10'
Rebuilt as sidewhee1 passenger vessel in 1909.
* renamed (b) CHIPPEWA -US -1909
Reduced to a barge in 1938. Scrapped at Hamilton, Ont., in 1943.
Union Dry-dock, Buffalo Shipbuilding Master List
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