The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kaloolah (Steamboat), 1 Mar 1852

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The new boat building by Fox & Bruce, for the old LEXINGTON's engine, looms up finely. She is a neat model, and will prove a valuable addition to our Lake Marine.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Saturday, January 24, 1852

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      SHIPBUILDING. - The Commercial of last evening states that it has been furnished with the following memoranda of vessels and their dimensions, now building and being finished by the Messrs. Jones' at their ship yard in this city, by their obliging book-keeper, Mr. Wm. K. Cutler. -
      For A.D. Patchin and G.L. Chapman; Steamer KALOOLAH, 190 ft. keel; 25 ft. beam; 10 ft. hold.
      "The KALOOLAH is receiving the LEXINGTON's' engine. She has been built expressly to run from this port to Stanley, C. W., touching at Dunkirk, and will be under the command of Captain George L. Chapman, formerly owner and master of the steamer OREGON." (part of article)
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Tuesday, March 30, 1852
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      R E G U L A R S T E A M P A C K E T

      The new and splendid low pressure steamer K A L O O L A H,
      Capt. George L. Chapman, will ply during the season of 1852
      between Buffalo and Port Stanley, touching at Dunkirk, Port
      Rowan and Port Burwell. Leaving Buffalo Tuesdays & Fridays
      at 8 P.M. Leaving Port Stanley Monday & Thursday at 10 A.M.
      This boat will connect at Port Stanley with Seger & Kiely's
      Line of splendid coaches, for London.
      For freight or passage apply to J.M. Griffith & Co. Buffalo
      I.W. Powell & Son, Port Dover
      Palmer & De B--quiere, Port Rowan
      G.W. Williams, Port Stanley
      Routh & Davidson, Port Stanley
      Seger & Kiely, London, C. W.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Wednesday, April 28, 1852

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Kaloolah (Steamboat), 1 Mar 1852