The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Lapwing (Yacht), 1 Sep 1829


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On Tuesday last, a race took place between the sail boat LAPWING, owned by Wm. Love & Co., Wm. Hall, master, and the FLASH, belonging to G. Southwick, of Erie, Pa., S. Cumming, master, on a bet of $50, from Buffalo harbor, to Point Abino, a distance of 12 miles. The LAPWING won by about 4 miles. This excellent boat is emplyed by Love & Co. as a ferry boat between this and Fort Erie.
      Buffalo Patriot
      September 1, 1829 3-3

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race
Date of Original:
1829
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McN.E.498
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Lapwing (Yacht), 1 Sep 1829