James Davidson (Propeller), U75786, 22 Apr 1879
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Considerable work is being done at the Union Dry-Dock. The barge RUSSEL and tug RAMBLER, which were in for general repairs, came out Sunday evening and were followed by the schooner D.G. FORT, for new decks, caulking and a general overhauling, and the propeller MISSOURI for a new wheel and some necessary repairs. The propeller DELAWARE came out of the new dock Sunday, where she had been for slight repairs, and the propeller JAMES DAVIDSON followed for a new wheel and other repairs.
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
Tuesday, April 22, 1879
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Steam screw JAMES DAVIDSON. U. S. No. 75786. Of 1456.11 tons gross; 1202.40 tons net. Built Salzburg, Mich., 1874. Home port, St. Clair, Mich.
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1884
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes