The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Black Rock Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 16 August 1825, page 3


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THE STEAM BOAT PIONEER
W.T. PEASE, MASTER

Is now ready to commence her regular trips between BLACK ROCK & DETROIT, touching at Dunkirk, Erie, Ashtabula, Grand River, Cleaveland, and Sandusky.--She will leave Black Rock, every Saturday, at 6 o'clock, A.M. during the present season, and Detroit, every Tuesday, at 3 o'clock P.M.

The Pioneer is a new, well [fa]stened and elegant vessel, built for running with expedition, having a superior and powerful engine, on the plan of low pressure. She is intended solely for passengers, and will consequently, not be subject to detention, at any of the intermediate ports, in discharging freight. She will be punctual in stopping, at the above mentioned ports, to land and receive passengers, unless prevented by stress of weather.

The company have selected, for master of the Boat, Captain W. T. Pease, in whose competency and skill, in Lake navigation, they have the most perfect confidence, and they believe his qualifications in every respect, will recommend him to the favor of the public.

The engineer is a man of skill and experience in his profession; no accident having ever happened to an engine while under his charge.

For passage apply to the Captain, on board.

August 9th, 1825.


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Newspaper
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Notes:
Column 5 ad.
Date of Original:
16 August 1825
Local identifier:
GLN.1521
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Richard Palmer
Copyright Statement:
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Black Rock Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 16 August 1825, page 3