The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Eleanor (Barge), 1 Apr 1885


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The launch of the new barge for the Tonawanda Barge Line took place at Mount Clemens last week. Her name is ELEANOR, named after Capt. Wm. DuLac's wife. She is 173 feet keel, 185 feet overall, 32 feet beam and 11 feet 3 inches depth of hold. She is to have three spars and will tow with the steambarge A. WESTON of the same line and run between Manistee and Tonawanda in the lumber trade. She was built under the supervision of Capt. A. Stewart of Port Huron.
      Port Huron Daily Times
      Monday, April 20, 1885

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launch, Mount Clemens
Date of Original:
1885
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McN.E.1758
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Eleanor (Barge), 1 Apr 1885