The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Manitou (Schooner), 26 May 1846

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MORE NEW VESSELS.---We learn from the Oswego Advertiser that two schooners, the SENECA and the FAIRFIELD, were launched at that place on Saturday, the 2nd. inst. The CAYUGA, a vessel of 300 tons, was to be launched about the middle of the present week, and the MANITOU, a splendid schooner, is nearly completed.
      Daily National Pilot, Buffalo
      Fri. Morning, May 8, 1846 p.3

      The new Oswego brig, MANITOU, was to have been launched at that place yesterday. She will be commanded by Capt. Shuttuck, and is of the largest class, measuring about 300 tons.
      Daily National Pilot, Buffalo
      Tues. Morning, May 26, 1846 p.3

NEW VESSELS. -- Among the arrivals at this port, during the past few days, have been the brig J. ODES and MANITOU, and schooners LADY OF THE LAKES, and HAMPTON, all consigned to J. Rapalie. The MANITOU is a fine large brig 124 feet keel and 24 feet beam, built by Capt. G.S. Wicks and owned by Penfield, Lyon & Co., Oswego. -- Milwaukee Sentinel, July 1.
      Daily Courier & Pilot (Buffalo)
      Thursday, July 9, 1846

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Manitou (Schooner), 26 May 1846