The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Penetanguishene (Steamboat), 1 Jun 1835


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Penetanguishene, U. C. June 7.
      The Steam Boat PENETANGUISHENE returned this day from her first trip to Sault St. Marie, Michillimackinac, and St. Josephs, on which island they left the first settlers. The whole party speak in raptures of the beauty of the scenery among the Islands on the north shore of Lake Huron, on the Lake St. George, and the River St. Marie, which cannot be surpassed in the whole Universe.
      The soil, climate and capabilities of St. Josephs exceeded the most sanguine expectations of the settlers. Several scientific gentlemen made very interesting collections of minerals.
      The PENETANGUISHENE will commence her second trip next month, to the above mentioned places, leaving Coldwater on Tuesday, 14th July.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      Friday, June 26, 1835 p.2, c.2

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The steam boat PENETANGUISHENE returned this day from her first trip to Sault Ste Marie, Michillimackinac, and St. Joseph's, on which island they left the first settlers. The whole party speaks in raptures of the beauty of the scenery among the islands on the north coast of lake Huron. The PENETANGUISHENE will commence her second trip next month, to the above mentioned places, leaving Coldwater on Tuesday 14th. of July.
      Cobourg Star
      Wednesday, July 1, 1835

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first trip
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1835
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McN.E.3293
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English
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William R. McNeil
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Penetanguishene (Steamboat), 1 Jun 1835