The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Clinton (Steamboat), 2 Jun 1863


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LAUNCH. - The Sandusky Register, says a light draught steamer, 100 feet long, 24 feet beam, 4 feet hold, named the CLINTON, was launched on Tuesday last. She has two engines of 10-inch bore and 3 feet stroke, with a tubular boiler. Her wheels are 12 feet in diameter, with 3 feet 8 inch buckets. She draws only two feet of water, and is to be used on the Portage River. She was built by Captain Monk, and is owned by Texor & Frerensinn, of Sandusky.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Monday, June 8, 1863

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Newspaper
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launch, Sandusky
Date of Original:
1863
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McN.E.1370
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Clinton (Steamboat), 2 Jun 1863