The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Hiram Pearson (Schooner)


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Schooner COMMERCE.*
      * Renamed HIRAM PEARSON -
      Herman Runge List
     

     
the crew of the schooner HIRAN PEARSON arrived at that city on the evening of Thursday last. The PEARSON went ashore about 12 o'clock on the Saturday night previous, between the two Calumets, and immediately went to pieces. As soon as she began to part, the crew threw themselves overboard, and all of them succeeded in making the shore. There they remained through the night in a benumbed condition, in the morning they proceeded in search of habitation, but the search proved fruitless, and they remained upon the beach until Wednesday when they were discovered by Mr. Reed, who had been sent out by the owners in search of the vessel, and by whom they were taken to Chicago.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      Monday, October 15, 1849


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ex COMMERCE,
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McN.R.3500
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Hiram Pearson (Schooner)