The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
E. P. Dorr (Schooner), U7516, 1 Jul 1862

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VESSEL SALES. - The schooner ADRIATIC, of Ashtabula, was sold on Thursday to Cutler & Waite, of Grand Haven, for $6,200. We understand she is to run in the lumber trade between Chicago and Grand Haven. - Detroit Free Press.
VESSEL SALES. - The bark INVINCIBLE, of Buffalo, has been sold by Frank Perew to Charles H. Wheeler, of this city, on private terms. The INVINCIBLE is a first class vessel, and of about 20,000 bushels capacity.
The schooner E.P. DORR has been disposed of by her recent owners to Gibson & Chase, of Chicago - terms not made known. The latter firm has also sold the schooner ECHO to parties, at what price has been not made public. - Milwaukee Sentinel.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Saturday, July 29, 1862

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      The new schooner E.P. DORR, hailing from Chicago, and we believe also built at that port, passed down yesterday evening on her first trip.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Wednesday, August 7, 1861

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E. P. Dorr (Schooner), U7516, 1 Jul 1862