The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Naomi (Bark), 1 Sep 1858

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HANDSOME NEW BARQUE.- the NAOMI, just out from Cleveland, is lying at one of our docks, making some improvements in her sails and rigging. She is tastefully rigged and painted, having a little the best looking deck of any sail vessel which has visited our harbor.------Toledo Blade
      Cleveland Morning leader
      September 30, 1858

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THE NEW BARQUE "NAOMI" - The new barque NAOMI, Captain Robert Jeffrey, Peck & Masters, owners and builders, left port on Saturday night for Toledo, on her first voyage, making the run in ten hours to the Turtle Island Light. She is a vessel of surpassing beauty of model, finish and rig, and can but attract the nost favorable notice of every one, sailor or landsman. She measures 140 feet keel, 30 feet beam, 11 feet hold, and 405 tons. In strength she is all that can be required. - Cleveland Herald.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Saturday, October 2, 1858

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Naomi (Bark), 1 Sep 1858