The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Helen Mar (Schooner), 12 Apr 1844


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On Thursday last Messrs. Fowler & Hood, lessees of the Kingston Railway, launched the schooner which was wrecked last fall near Norton's distillery. This vessel has been almost entirely rebuilt, and is a very pretty craft. Messrs. Fowler & Hood have named it HELEN MAR. - Kingston Chronicle, April 13.
      Buffalo Daily Gazette
      Friday, April 19, 1844

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"Boisterous weather - Schooner drags anchor and goes ashore at Morton's Brewery; starboard box of BROCKVILLE carried away."
      Kingston, Chronicle & Gazette
      October 21, 1843 p. 3
     


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launch, Kingston
Date of Original:
1844
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McN.E.2696
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Helen Mar (Schooner), 12 Apr 1844