The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Ocean Eagle (Brig), 1 Apr 1855


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Mr.Colburn has a vessel in the ship-yard of A.Rogers, which will soon be launched. Her dimensions are: Length of keel 122 feet; Breadth of beam 22 feet and Depth of hold 10 feet. Capt. McKnight is to be the Commodore of this craft which is to be called the OCEAN EAGLE. This vessel is in a forward state of progress, and will be ready for launching at an early day.----Oswego Times, 4th
      The Democracy, Buffalo
      Tuesday, April 17, 1855

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LAUNCH.---The OCEAN EAGLE was launched at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, in the presence of a large assemblage. We never saw a vessel got off the stocks with so little trouble. The OCEAN EAGLE is a very fine looking craft, with a clipper look that we admire, and we doubt not her sailing capacities are good. Alderman Colburn is the owner. The other vessel on the stocks west of the pier Mr. Roger intends launching the latter part of the week. Capt. Sterns is to sail her. --Oswego Times
      The Democracy, Buffalo
      Friday, May 4, 1855



Brig. OCEAN EAGLE. Of 281 tons. Built 1847 at Oswego by T.R. Rogers. Owned by Clark. Home port, Oswego. Value $6,500 Class B 2. REMARKS. -- Built on bottom of brig SIZER, also her outfit, large repairs in 1855.
      Board of Lake Underwriters
      Lake Vessel Register, 1860


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building & launch
Date of Original:
1855
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McN.E.3125
Language of Item:
English
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William R. McNeil
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Ocean Eagle (Brig), 1 Apr 1855