The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Harvest (Schooner), 19 Jul 1858


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ANOTHER VESSEL FROM TOLEDO. - The fine schooner HARVEST, Capt. Reed, sailed from this port last evening, with nearly a full cargo, consisting of 60,000 feet of lumber, mostly black walnut, and several thousand staves. Her destination is Hamburg. She is sent over by a party in Tiffin, and will be the first vessel sent from the lakes to the continent of Europe. The HARVEST goes hence to Sandusky, and from thence she starts on her long and adventurous voyage; one of the pioneers in a trade which must soon become one of great consequence. - Toledo Blade, 20th.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Monday, July 26, 1858

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      ARRIVED OUT. - The schooner HARVEST, Capt. Rummage, entered the harbor at London on the 30th, September. The HARVEST is owned in Fremont, Ohio, and loaded at Toledo. - Detroit Tribune.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Friday, October 22, 1858

     
" The old barge HARVEST has been laid away behind the Government works opposite Carrolition."
      Saginaw Courier
      June 15, 1886
     


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to Europe
Date of Original:
1858
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McN.E.2206
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Harvest (Schooner), 19 Jul 1858