Canadasago (Steamboat), 13 May 1846
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LAUNCH. --- The new steamboat built at Geneva, for the Seneca Lake service, was probably launched yesterday. She is called the CANADASAGO----the Indian name for Seneca Lake, signifying the beautiful water. The CANADASAGO is much larger and of greater power, than either of the present boats on the lake, and is intended to be in all respects superior for her class; to be commanded by Capt. A. Wheeler.
Daily National Pilot, Buffalo
Thurs. Morning, May 14, 1846 p.3
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes