The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
D. J. Foley (Propeller), 1 Sep 1887


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Chicago.---James Goodman has purchased the wooden steamer D.J. FOLEY, of Philadelphia, for $23,000 from John Miller, of Tampa, Fla. The boat was built at Baltimore in 1872. She is 154 feet long overall, of 348 tons register, and will be here in two or three weeks.
      The Marine Record
      Thurs. Sept. 15, 1887 p.1


Buffalo.---The propeller D.J. FOLEY, recently bought in New York by Captain James Goodman, of the schooner AMERICAN UNION, arrived here saturday. She is a fine appearing boat and will carry 600 tons. She will tow the AMERICAN UNION The FOLEY's signal letters are J.M.G.V. She is 154 feet length, 30.5 beam and 15.7 depth, and her tonnage 541.14 gross and 348 net; nominal horse power 122. She was built at Baltimore, Maryland in 1872 and hailed from Philadelphia.
      The Marine Record
      Thurs. Sept. 29, 1887 p.1


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purchased
Date of Original:
1887
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McN.E.1932
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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D. J. Foley (Propeller), 1 Sep 1887