The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
F. B. Gardner (Schooner), U9198, 12 May 1855

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SHIP BUILDING AT SHEBOYGAN. -- The Evergreen City Times of the 9th, says that there are now three vessels on the stocks at that place; the schooner MARY, which is being lengthened 26 feet; a new schooner for Messrs. Wilson & Whittlemore of Michigan City; and a first class schooner of 400 tons for Gardner & Co., of Chicago.
      Buffalo Daily Republic
      February 16, 1855

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LAUNCHED.--The schooner F.B. GARDNER, says the Sheboygan Lake Journal, of the 15th. inst., was launched from the ship-yard, in that city, on Saturday last. She was built by Mr. Gilson for Mr. F.B. Gardner, of Chicago, after whom she is named. her dimensions are: 136 feet long, 30 feet 4 inch beam, 11 feet 4 inches depth, and 425 tons burthen. Captain James Flood is to command her.
      The Democracy, Buffalo
      Monday, May 21, 1855

Bark F.B. GARDNER. U. S. No. 9198. Of 422.54 tons. Home port, Chicago, Ill.
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1869

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F. B. Gardner (Schooner), U9198, 12 May 1855