The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Philetus Sawyer (Propeller), 17 Dec 1891

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      The Manistee Iron Works Company of Manistee, Mich., has closed two more contracts for marine engines. One is with T. Wilce & Co., of Chicago for new cylinders 15 and 30 x 20 inches, new motion and independent air pump and condenser, to replace the compound engine now in the barge HATTIE PERUE. A boiler 7 + x 12 feet, Otis steel, to carry 140 pounds of steam is also being built for this boat. the other contract is with F. A. Hagan of Green Bay, to build a new steeple compound engine, cylinders 18 and 34 x 30 inches, for the barge PHILETUS SAWYER, to take the place of the two 18 x 20 high pressure engines now in the boat. The engines taken out are offered for sale.
      The Marine Review
      December 17, 1891

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Philetus Sawyer (Propeller), 17 Dec 1891