Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Highlander (Steamboat), 15 Jun 1836
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A LAUNCH. ---- The splendid new steamboat HIGHLANDER, was launched from her ways into that element for which she was destined, on Wednesday the 15th inst., in the presence of a numerous concourse of spectators. This boat was built at the ship-yard of Capt. Fairbanks Church, in Huron, and is to be commanded by Capt. Ballard, a man of considerable notoriety as a practical engineer and a seaman on the lakes. ----- Norwalk (Huron Co.) Experiment
      Cleveland Weekly Advertiser
      Thursday, July 7, 1836 p.3 c.4

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NOTE :- Name changed to DE WITT CLINTON before being put into service


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launch, Huron
Date of Original
1836
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McN.E.2260
Language of Item
English
Donor
William R. McNeil
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Highlander (Steamboat), 15 Jun 1836