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Stampede (Schooner), U22353, 1 May 1862

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A fine new fore-and-aft vessel (the STAMPEDE) passed up last evening enroute for Chicago. She was built at Huron, Ohio by Wilson & Sprague, of that town.
      Detroit Free Press
      May 6, 1862

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      SHIP BUILDING IN SANDUSKY DISTRICT. - HURON. - At this port, Captain J. F. Squier has built for Wilbor, Ryan and others a large schooner, named the STAMPEDE. She is 187 ft. 8 inches in length, 26 ft. 8 inches beam, depth of hold 11 ft., and measures 870 tons. She is sailed by Capt. I.H. Wilcox, and left on Thursday for the upper lakes. She is said to be a very fine craft. - Cleveland Herald, 7th.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Friday, May 9, 1862

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      Schooner STAMPEDE. U. S. No. 22353. Of 294.83 tons gross; 280.09 tons net. Built Huron, O., 1862. Home port, Sheboygan, Wis.
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1884

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Stampede (Schooner), U22353, 1 May 1862