The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
H. Luela Worthington (Propeller), 7 Jan 1892

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      The Montague Iron Works of Montague, Mich., has just closed contracts for three compound engines. One will have cylinders 19 and 36 inches, by 30 inch stroke, and is to be put into the steambarge LUELLA H. WORTHINGTON, owned by the Spalding Lumber Company, of Chicago. The Grand Haven Ship Building Company of Grand Haven, Mich., is building a boat for the Booth Packing Company, of Chicago. The Montague works will build boiler and engines for this boat, The engines will be 14 and 28 x 20 inches, and the boiler 7 feet in diameter by 12 feet long, being allowed 130 pounds of steam. The third engine is to be placed in the new boat building at Manitowoc for C. Endress & Sons of Whitefish Point, Mich. The cylinders will be 10 and 20 inches by 16 inches stroke. All of this machinery is to be ready by May 1.
      The Marine Review
      January 7, 1892

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H. Luela Worthington (Propeller), 7 Jan 1892