The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Thomas A. Scott (Propeller), U24785, 27 Apr 1869

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The new propeller THOMAS A. SCOTT built for Messrs. J.C. and E.T. Evans was launched from the yard of Messrs. Hitchcock and Gibson yesterday. Three boys who were on the West bank of Evans Slip, ventured too near the edge, and were washed off into the water, by a wave, made by the boat when she glided into the water. One of them had a very narrow escape from drowning, he being rescued only when going down the third time.
      The Buffalo Evening Post
      Wednesday, April 28, 1869 2 - 4

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The propeller THOMAS A. SCOTT, of the Anchor Line, has her machinery taken out and will heretofore be a four-masted grain barge.
      Cleveland Herald
      April 16, 1877

Schooner THOMAS A. SCOTT. U. S. No. 24785. Of 740.91 tons. Home port, Erie, Pa.
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1880/1881

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Thomas A. Scott (Propeller), U24785, 27 Apr 1869