The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Light Guard (Schooner), U14711, 4 Apr 1874

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VESSEL SALES. - The scow AMERICAM CHAMPION was yesterday sold by Captain White to Felcher & Co., of Sandusky, for $8,500.
      The schooner LIGHT GUARD has also been disposed of by Hoffner, Mayes & Slackford to D. McCormick, of Milwaukee, for the sum of $18,000. She is seven years old the present season and 326 tons burden.
      The propeller CITY OF LONDON, which is laid up at Windsor, has also changed hands, having been sold by the L. & P. S. R. Co. to Capt. Johnson and others for $20,000. The LONDON was built by Shickluna, came out in 1866 and is 457 tons burden. - Detroit Free Press.
      Buffalo Evening Post
      April 5, 1873

Barge LIGHT GUARD. U. S. No. 14711. Of 310.40 tons gross. Home port, Alpena, Mich.
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1884

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Light Guard (Schooner), U14711, 4 Apr 1874