The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
J. A. Seymour Jr. (Propeller), 26 Nov 1891

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      The Sheriffs Manufacturing Company has had its hands full of repair work lately and has been running night and day. They recently placed a new 6 foot wheel on barge J.A. SEYMOUR JR. also a new shaft, stern bearing, stern pipe and new outboard shaft on steamer CHAUNCY HURLBUT, a new crank in steamer DOUGLAS, new stern bearing on steamer CHAS. A. STREET, new crank on steamer MINNESOTA, new eccentric on steamer HATTIE B. PEREUE: also new wheels on steamers W. H. WOLF, GEORGE H. DYER, F. & P. M. No. 5, M.F. BUTTERS, ALLMENDINGER, S. K. MARTIN, three Milwaukee tugs and the IONIA. One was shipped to Cleveland parties, one to Cheboygan four to Duluth and three to New Orleans, during this month.
      The Marine Review
      November 26, 1891

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J. A. Seymour Jr. (Propeller), 26 Nov 1891