The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Ceylon (Schooner), 24 Sep 1891


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Kingston Ont. Sept. 24 - Calvin & Co.'s new schooner CEYLON has been successfully launched. She is 207 feet over all, 37 feet beam and 15 feet 2 inches depth of hold. She will at once enter the grain trade between here and Duluth and be commanded by Capt. A. Miligan. On board is a steam pump which throws 8,000 gallons per hour. The CEYLON is the only large schooner built in this province this year.
      The Marine Review
      September 24, 1891

Kingston Ont. Oct., 1 - Calvin & Co's. timber vessels are now in the grain trade. The timber trade this season was short and not a bonanza by any means. The company's new vessel CEYLON has left in tow of the Calvin for Duluth, where she will receive her first cargo.
      The Marine Record
      October 1, 1891


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launch, Garden Island
Date of Original:
1891
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Local identifier:
McN.E.135
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Ceylon (Schooner), 24 Sep 1891