The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
E. T. Chamberlain (Propeller), U205203, 1909


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Steam screw E.T. CHAMBERLAIN.* U.S. No. 205203. Of 194 tons gross; 132 tons net. Built at Buffalo, N.Y., in 1873. Home port, Mobile, Alaska. 127.0 x 23.4 x 7.2 and a crew of 9. Tow service. 290 indicated horse power. Iron built.
      * Formerly [a] U. S. Revenue Cutter, GEORGE S. BOUTWELL. [b[ BOUTWELL
      Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1909
     
     
      LAUNCH OF A REVENUE CUTTER. - The new iron revenue cutter GEORGE S. BOUTWELL built by Mr. David Bell for the United States government, was successfully launched at a quarter before six o'clock yesterday afternoon. She is decidedly a fine vessel and is another strong evidence of Mr. Bell's ability as a ship-builder, especially as regards revenue cutters. Her burden is 250 tons, and she is expected to show great speed. In seven or eight weeks she will be ready for service and will then proceed to the seaboard, Savannah, Georgia, being her intended station.
      Buffalo Evening Post
      Tuesday, May 27, 1873


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ex GEORGE S. BOUTWELL, BOUTWELL
Date of Original:
1909
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Local identifier:
McN.R.1225
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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E. T. Chamberlain (Propeller), U205203, 1909