The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Henry A. Kent (Propeller), 4 May 1850


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From F.M. Jones' ship-yard will be launched on Saturday of next week, a splendid propeller of 450 tons, called the HENRY A. KENT, owned by Messrs. Hubby, Hughes, & Co., of Cleveland, and Gelston & Evans, of this city. For beauty of model, strength, &c., she is one of the most sightly crafts of her class we have seen. Captain Brundage, well known on the lakes goes as her 'skipper.'
      Buffalo Daily Republic
      Friday, April 26, 1850



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launch
Date of Original:
1850
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McN.E.2504
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Henry A. Kent (Propeller), 4 May 1850