The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Norman C. Baldwin (Schooner), 6 May 1835

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LAUNCH. - The schooner NORMAN C. BALDWIN, owned by Messrs. Bronson and Colt was launched yesterday from the Brooklyn side of the river. She is of a beautiful model, and will add to the credit of her builders.
      Cleveland Weekly Advertiser
      Thursday, May 7, 1835 p.2 c.5

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      LAUNCH. - A fine new schooner was launched on the 6th. inst., from the yard of Messrs. Bronson & Colt, on the Brooklyn side of the river. She is said to be one of the finest hulls that has ever floated upon our river. The owners have named her the NORMAN C. BALDWIN, in honor of one of our most enterprizing citizens. - Cleveland Whig.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      Wednesday, May 13, 1835

Schooner N.C. BALDWIN. Enlarged at Conneaut during 1846 at a cost of $2,500. Of 46 tons.
      Cleveland Herald (weekly)
      Wed. January 13, 1847
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Norman C. Baldwin (Schooner), 6 May 1835