The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Myrtle Camp (Schooner), U92416, 27 Jul 1897

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      Schooner MYRTLE CAMP Will Sail From Sheboygan To The Hawaiin Islands.
      Sheboygan, Wis., July 27. - The schooner MYRTLE CAMP started last night on its long sail to the Hawaiian Islands, which is expected to occupy three months at least.
      The MYRTLE CAMP is of 48 ton register, is 67 feet long, breadth 18 feet and has a depth of nearly six feet. Oswald E. Stephens recently bought her for trading porposes among the Hawaiian Islands, having been engaged in the business many years ago.
Capt. Gunderson of this city will sail the boat through the lakes and out the St. Lawrence to the ocean, where an ocean navigator will be engaged. her crew will consist of four men.
      The destination of the schooner is Honolulu, of which city Mr. Stephens is native. A number of the factories of this city will send specimens of their manufacture for exhibit at the Hawaiian capital.
      Buffalo Evening News
      Tuesday, July 27, 1897 6 - 3

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Schooner MYRTLE CAMP. U. S. No. 92416. Of 48.49 tons gross; 46.07 tons net. Built Manitowoc, Wis., 1892. Home port, Milwaukee, Wis. 67.7 x 18.1 x 5.6
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1895

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Myrtle Camp (Schooner), U92416, 27 Jul 1897