Governor Cushman (Propeller), U10232, 5 Feb 1863
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The Cleveland Leader says the propeller GOV. CUSHMAN is hauled out of water on to terra firma, and is being thoroughly overhauled, refitted and improved by being lengthened. Her tonnage will be, after all contemplated improvements are finished, increased 350 tons, and this enlargement of the steamer, in connection with other costs, will enhance her value 15,000. The last named figure added to the original cost will make her worth $45,000. She will ply between Cleveland and Buffalo the coming season.
Buffalo Daily Courier
Thursday, February 5, 1863
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Steamer GOVERNOR CUSHMAN. U. S. No. 10232. oF 687.80 Tons. 316 Horsepower. Home port , Whitehall, N.Y.
Merchant Vessels of the United States, 1867
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- lengthened & repaired
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- William R. McNeil
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