The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Pandora (Schooner), 18 Sep 1868


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NEW ARRIVALS. -- Within the past week several new sail vessels have reached this port. On Wednesday no less than two schooners and one brig graced our harbor for the first time.
The third vessel alluded to is the new fore-and-aft schooner PANDORA, which was built at Port Colborne, for Messrs. Matthews, Hardison and Haun, at a cost of $16,000 in gold. The following figures show her dimensions - length, 141 feet; depth, 10 feet; beam 26 feet, her tonnage is 304 tons Canadian Measurement. Her master is Captain James Hardison. She was freighted with lumber from Georgian Bay.
      Chicago Tribune
      Friday, September 18, 1868


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new vessel
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1868
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McN.E.3231
Language of Item:
English
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William R. McNeil
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Pandora (Schooner), 18 Sep 1868