The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Forest City (Schooner), 26 Jun 1860


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ANOTHER LAKE VESSEL FOR THE SEABOARD. - The new schooner FOREST CITY took her departure from Detroit on Tuesday for Boston, Mass., with a cargo of lumber
The Advertiser says: - The FOREST CITY is commanded by Captain Lovell, and is owned in Barnstable, Mass. She was built in Cleveland, and is the first of five to be built by Lassrinier & Stevenson for the Atlantic & Gulf of Mexico trade. She is 100 feet long and 26 feet beam, and is of superior strength and finish. She was built at the low figure of $30 a ton, and her entire cost was about $10,000.
      Until she reaches tide-water she will be under charge of Capt. Goler, of Cleveland.
      Buffalo Daily Republic
      Thursday, June 28, 1860

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Newspaper
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departed for seaboard
Date of Original:
1860
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McN.E.1943
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Forest City (Schooner), 26 Jun 1860