The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Constitution (Schooner), 20 May 1826


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Three new schooners arrived in our harbor some days since. The GUERRIERE, from Miami, owned by W. Hollister & Co., of this village, and J. Hollister & Co. of Miami; the CONSTITUTION, from Sandusky and the COMET from Cleveland.
      Buffalo Emporium
      May 20, 1826
     
     
Schooner CONSTITUTION. Built Sandusky, Ohio in 1826. Of 84.27 tons. Owned by George Coit, of Buffalo, with Charles Townsend, Sheldon Thompson, John L. Kimberly, Anthony Beers, Walter Smith, George A. French and Simeon Fox of N, Y. and Augustus Jones, Noble H. Merwin and Charles M. Giddings of Ohio. Commanded by Simeon Fox. Home port, Dunkirk. One deck; Two masts; 70.6 x 20.8 x 6.8 No gallery; Scroll head. Former enrollment at Portland, dated May 22, 1826. Now enrolled at Buffalo by reason of new owners, dated March 9, 1827
      Buffalo Enrollment, 1827
     


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new vessel
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1826
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McN.E.1490
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English
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William R. McNeil
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Constitution (Schooner), 20 May 1826