Atlantic (Propeller), U298, 1 May 1863
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NEW YORK CENTRAL PROPELLER "ATLANTIC" - This is the name of a new propeller for the New York Central line, built by Peck & Masters, at Cleveland. She is intended for a first class passenger boat, to run between Buffalo and Cleveland. She will be commanded by Capt. Jas. Pratt. Her dimensions are as follows: Length of keel 185 feet; breadth of beam 28 feet; depth of hold 12 feet; tonnage 564. She has spacious cabins and fine state rooms, and can accommodate one hundred cabin passengers. Two more boats of the same model are being built for the New York Central line, and will soon be completed. The ATLANTIC, CUYAHOGA and EVERGREEN CITY will comprise the boats for the Buffalo and Cleveland line for the present.
Buffalo Daily Courier
Monday, May 25, 1863
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Steam screw ATLANTIC.* U. S. No. 298. Of 656.26 tons gross; 556.79 tons net. Built at Cleveland, Ohio, in 1863. Home port, Detroit, Mich. 176.5 x 28.4 x 10.7
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1895
Steam screw HOMER WARREN.* U. S. No. 298. Of 448 tons gross; 281 tons net. Built at Cleveland, Ohio, in 1863. Home port, Detroit, Mich. 176.5 x 29.5 x 11.8 Of 100 nominal horse power. Inland freight service.
* Formerly steam screw ATLANTIC.
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1901
Steam screw ATLANTIC. U. S. No. 298. Of 564 tons. Built Cleveland, Ohio in 1863. First home port, Buffalo, N.Y. DISPOSITION:-- sold foreign 1914.
Merchant Steam Vessels of the U. S. A.
The Lytle-Holdcamper List, 1790 to 1868
HOMER WARREN. Official Canada No. 130222. Built Cleveland 1863; rebuilt 1901. oF 447 tone. 180 x 28 x 9. Ex U. S. until 1914. DISPOSITION:-- Sank near Sodus Point, N. Y. October 28, 1919.
Preliminary List of Canadian Merchant Steamers
Inland and Coastal, 1809 to 1933
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- new propeller, Cleveland
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes