The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
William Morgan (Schooner), 12 Apr 1859

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      Our Harbor. - Notwithstanding the general depression of business which has existed this spring, our harbor presents a lively and business like appearance. This is mainly occasioned by the lively tug boats, which are continually on the move. They have all been thoroughly overhauled, and every needed repair given them.
      A new coat of paint has materially assisted in giving them a spring look, and they are now ready to perform whatever business may come within their line. The WM. MORGAN, now lying by the bridge is receiving touches from the painter's brush, and will present a striking contrast with her compeers, being appareled in a suit of white with a red and green stripe; the others, with the exception of the Scott, are painted black. The latter arrived today from Port Ontario. We wish them all a successful season.
      Oswego Commercial Times
      Tues., April 12, 1859

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William Morgan (Schooner), 12 Apr 1859