The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Pascal P. Pratt (Propeller), 19 Oct 1895


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The stm. P.P. PRATT and consort ANNIE M. ASH were sold Monday by their owners, Capt. James Ash and others of this city, to Capt. William S. Mack of Cleveland for $140,000. These vessels were built in Cleveland 6 years ago by Quayle on a special order from Mr. Ash to make them the very best. They now go back to their birth place. The vessels are considered to be a pair of the best wooden boats on the lakes.
      International Gazette
      October 19, 1895 5-3



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vessel sale
Date of Original:
1895
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McN.E.3428
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Pascal P. Pratt (Propeller), 19 Oct 1895