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Sarah Bugbee (Schooner), 22 May 1841


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The schooner SARAH BUGBEE was launched at Silver Creek on May 14, 1841. She measures 160 tons.
      Conneaut Reporter
      May 22, 1841
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      The new sail craft come in upon us so rapid we have hardly an opportunity to motice them. Among others entering today, is the ROSS AINSWORTH, and Mr. Bugbee's fine schooner SARAH, with the largest cargo of wheat ever brought by a single vessel, ammounting to 7,000 bushels.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser & Journal
      Monday Evening, June 7, 1841


Schooner SARAH BUGBEE of 141.86 tons. Built at Silver Creek, N.Y. 1841. Owned by Oliver Bugbee of Buffalo, N.Y. 84.10 x 22.9 x 8.5 one deck; two masts; no galleries; scroll head Built by Charles Barber also commanded by Charles Barber. Original enrollment at Buffalo dated June 22, 1841, No. 26 of 1841. Now enrolled at Buffalo, N.Y. dated April 10, 1847
      Port of Buffalo Enrollment
     


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launch, Silver Creek
Date of Original:
1841
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McN.E.1091
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Sarah Bugbee (Schooner), 22 May 1841