The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
T. U. Bradbury (Propeller), U24109, 3 Apr 1863

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PROPELLER SALE. - The fine propeller BRADBURY has been sold by Capt. Frank Perew to J.C. & E.T. Evans, of Buffalo, for $30,000. She is to be placed in Evans Line of Buffalo and Chicago propellers, which will consist of six boats, the BRADBURY, NILE, IOWA, QUEEN OF THE LAKES, MERCHANT, and another not yet determined on. They are all good boats. The BRADBURY has been always a profitable boat to her owners. She was built at Cleveland by Luther Moses. The Merchant is the new iron propeller built at Buffalo for the Messrs. Evans at a cost of $90,000. She has proved to be a complete success, carrying more than a wooden boat, and being of a more permanent character. - Cleveland Herald.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Friday, April 3, 1863

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T. U. Bradbury (Propeller), U24109, 3 Apr 1863