The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
City of Cleveland (Steamboat), 16 Apr 1861

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We were yesterday invited to visit the stm. CITY OF CLEVELAND, of the Lake Superior Line, and were agreeably surprised to witness the excellent arrangements which have been carried out for the comfort and convenience of the travelling community the coming season. This fine steamer, it will be remembered, encountered the heavy and memorable storm of the 24th November last, proving on that occasion her extrodinary qualities as a staunch sea going boat. Capt. Geo. H. Ryder, who commanded her on that occasion, still retains that position. Mr. Thos. C. Robinson again fills the post as Clerk. S. Andrews is 1st Officer; P. Young, 2d officer; Joel Odette, 1st engineer; S. Walters, 2d Engineer; and John Driscoll, Steward, all of whom are experienced in their various duties. The CITY OF CLEVELAND will, we doubt not, prove a favorite with those who may take passage on her.
      Detroit Free Press
      April 16, 1861

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William R. McNeil
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City of Cleveland (Steamboat), 16 Apr 1861