The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Cleveland (Propeller), U4376, 1 Jun 1860

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      The Northern Transportation Company's propeller CLEVELAND, which was recently launched, is being rapidly completed. She will be ready for service in about two weeks. The following are her dimensions: Length 136 feet; breadth of beam, 25 feet 9 and a half inches; depth of hold, 11 feet 5 and a half inches. She will be about 375 tons burthen. She will be officered as follows: Captain A. Reed: Mate, Mr. Lewis: Engineer, Mr. Sturtevant. Capt. Reed has long been familiar with the lakes; he sailed the ONTARIO last season for the N. T. Co. Messrs Quayle & Martin have built three propellers for the above company, the BUCKEYE, AKRON and CLEVELAND.
      Cleveland Plain Dealer
      Fri. Evening, June 8, 1860

Screw steamer CLEVELAND. U4376. of 375 tons gross. Built Cleveland, Ohio, 1860. First home port, Cleveland, Ohio. DISPOSITION -- Condemned August 23, 1900.
      Merchant Steam Vessels of the United States, 1790 to 1868
      The Lytle - Holdcamper List

      Steam screw CLEVELAND. U. S. No. 4376. Built Cleveland, Ohio, 1860. Of 335 tons gross. 135.0 x 25.9 x 11.6. Burnt 1880 and rebuilt 1881. Dismantled 1900 and hull made into a barge which was towed by the steamer STEPHENSON which had the engines from the old CLEVELAND.
      Herman Runge Notes


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Cleveland (Propeller), U4376, 1 Jun 1860