Pioneer (Propeller), U150589, 7 Jan 1892
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Detroit, Mich., Jan. 7 - With five boats under way at the different yards of the Detroit Dry Dock Company, they are: No. 107 (PIONEER) for the Cleveland-Cliffs Company of Cleveland, Wm. G. Mather, president, a steel pig iron steamer 225 feet long, 35 feet wide and 17 + feet deep, with engines 19, 30 and 52 x 40 inches stroke; boilers 11 x 11; cost $117,000.
The Marine Review
January 7, 1892
The steel steamer being built at Chicago for the Cleveland Cliffs Mining Company will be known as the PIONEER, and the sister boat, building at Detroit, as the CADILLAC.
April 1, 1892
PIONEER * Built May 7,1892 Bulk Propeller - Steel
U. S. No. 150589 1123 gt - 774 nt 226.5' x 36.2' x 14.2'
* Renamed, (b) NATIRONCO - Can - 1913 (C 133741) Taken to coast, 1918.
(c) SAN CARLO - Italy - 1922
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