The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Black Rock Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 27 Sept. 1825, page 2

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The Steam Boat Pioneer, capt. Pease, arrived yesterday in our Harbor, and starts this morning for Detroit, but will not touch at Buffalo.

The elegant and very substantial Steam Boat Henry Clay, which has been lying here for several weeks detained for the want of some part of her machinery, is now nearly ready for service. She is thought to be, by good judges, superior to any Boat now running upon the Lakes.

p. 3, c. 1

Steam Boat Pioneer.--A gentleman of this village who came passenger in the Pioneer, Capt. Pease, on her last trip to Detroit, gave a very flattering statement of the accommodations of this boat, and the gentlemanly deportment he experienced from the captain.--Fredonia Censor

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Richard Palmer
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Black Rock Gazette (Buffalo, NY), 27 Sept. 1825, page 2