Belden Seymour (Steamboat), 24 Jun 1859
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The new stmr. BEL. SEYMOUR, built for Capt. N.D. White, by Norton & Leland, was out in the lake for a trial trip yesterday afternoon. She proved a perfect success. The steamer is 90 ft. in length, 16 ft. beam, 3 ft. depth of hold, and draws 10 1/2 inches. She is built for the navigation of the Muskegon River, Michigan, and will be run by her owner, Captain White. The name was given in honor of our townsman Belden Seymour. - Cleve. Her., 21st.
The little stmr. BEL SEYMOUR lately built at Cleveland to run on Muskegon
River, in this state, passed up yesterday.
Detroit Free Press
June 24, 1859
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes