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Maid of the Mist 2nd. (Steamboat), 15 Jul 1854

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The steamer NEW MAID OF THE MIST, will be completed and in running order, at the Falls, by the last of next week.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Wednesday, July 12, 1854

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Messrs. Bidwell & Banta informs us that the little steamer NEW MAID OF THE MIST, will be launched at Niagara Falls, just above the suspension bridge, tomorrow at ten o'clock in the afternoon. It will be quite a novel affair and worth going to see.
      Buffalo Daily Republic
      Thursday, July 13, 1854

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The Republic is informed that the launch of the little steamer, the MAID OF THE MIST, will tke place at Niagara Falls, this afternoon at 2:00
      The Democracy, Buffalo
      July 15, 1854

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The steamer NEW MAID OF THE MIST was launched according to promise, on Saturday afternoon. It was a novel sight to see a steamboat glide off the ways, directly into that seething flood, and lie quietly at the wharf, afterwards, while the struggling, maddened waters swept by.
      The Democracy, Buffalo
      July 19, 1854

Steam paddle MAID OF THE MIST. Official Canada No. 33539. Of 230 tons. Built Suppension Bridge, N.Y., 1854, Of 91 x 23 x 8 ex U. S. until 1861. rebuilt Quebec 1863 as 85 x 23 x 8 and 194 tons. DISPOSITION. - Scrapped c 1874.
      Preliminary List of Canadian Steam Vessels
      Inland & Coastal, 1809 to 1930

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Maid of the Mist 2nd. (Steamboat), 15 Jul 1854