The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Orient (Schooner), 26 Apr 1870


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Tomorrow morning at 10:00 the schr. ORIENT, now on the stocks at the boat yard of Messrs. Parsons & Humble, Tonawanda, will be launched. This vessel is of 600 tons capacity, is the property of the builders, and is designed for the lower lake trade. The launch will be very interesting, from the fact that the ORIENT stands fully rigged for sea and will so "take to the water." The running of trains on the Niagara Falls road will make it convenient for parties to witness the launch and return to the city in good season.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      April 26, 1870 3-1

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      The schooner ORIENT, just built at Tonawanda, by Parsons and Humble, was launched yesterday. Captain Holland, master.
      The Buffalo Evening Post
      Thursday, April 28, 1870 2 - 5

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Newspaper
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launch Tonawnada
Date of Original:
1870
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Local identifier:
McN.E.3182
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Orient (Schooner), 26 Apr 1870