The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
H. J. Davis (Schooner), 26 May 1912


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Schooner H.J. DAVIS registers 45 tons. Lenght over all 65'4": breadth 17'6"; depth of hold 4'6". Built in 1908 by original owner; has best of workmanship; material of white oak; will carry about 90 tons; has 40 H.P. Fairbanks-Morse gasoline engine, auxiliary power; also gasoline engine to hoist and handle cargo; new canvas; tow heavy anchors and chain; and fully equiped. Builder cost about $7,000. Will sell for cash cheap or exchange for good real estate. This boat is particularly adapted for canal carrying and towing.
      Adress Robert Beutel, Bay City, Mich., Sta. "A"
      Buffalo Morning Express
      May 26, 1912 10-6


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for sale
Date of Original:
1912
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Local identifier:
McN.E.1618
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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H. J. Davis (Schooner), 26 May 1912