The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Niagara (Steamboat), 15 Jun 1826


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A new steam-boat, called the NIAGARA, of 160 tons burthen, was launched at Black Rock on the 15th inst.
      The Cleaveland Weekly Herald
      Friday, June 30, 1826 p.3 col.1

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STEAM BOAT NIAGARA. -- On Thursday last, was launched, from the old ship yard, the elegant Steam Boat NIAGARA. She passed into the waters of our harbor, in a graceful style, and without accident. The NIAGARA is now at the wharf, at the foot of Commercial Street, finishing with rapidity, and receiving her machinery. Of her appearance on lake Erie, due and suitable notice will be given.
      Black Rock Gazette
      June 22, 1826 p.2, c.5

      . . . . .

      The new steam boat NIAGARA, is now just completed, and lies at the wharf at the foot of Commercial Street. She is finely modelled for sailing; her ship-wright smith, joiner, cabinet and carved work, was done by Black Rock mechanics, and she is said to be the handsomest boat that has ever been fitted for the lake. She will be commanded by Captain William T. Pease, who is already advantageously known to the public.
      Black Rock Gazette
      August 3, 1826 p.2 c.6


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launch &c.
Date of Original:
1826
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McN.E.3041
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Niagara (Steamboat), 15 Jun 1826