The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 24 Dec 1856


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VESSELS LAID UP IN BUFFALO - The vessels, of all kinds, laid up for the winter in this port, are as follows:

Steamers - Keystone State, Erie; Queen of the West, Crescent City, Minnesota, Hudson, Buffalo; Western Metropolis, Southern Michigan, Empire, Monroe; St. Lawrence, Buffalo.

Propellers - Mayflower, Illinois, Free State, Dunkirk, Omar Pasha, Saginaw, Ohio, Niagara, Buffalo; Detroit, Conneaut; Plymouth, Tonawanda, New England, Buffalo; Adriatic, Detroit; Republic, Cleveland; Queen of the Lakes, Chicago, Iowa, Buffalo, Cadillac, T. U. Bradbury, Acme, Araxes, Orontes, Buffalo, Racine, Cleveland; Oriental, Neptune, Buffalo; Seneca, Geneva.

Tugs - Relief, Eagle, Echo, Geo. O. Vail, President, Dime, P. F. Barton, Buffalo.

Barques - B. A. Stanard, Illinois, Chieftain, Cleveland; Great West, Buffalo; Nucleus, Detroit; American Republic, Erie; Grace Greenwood, Mary Stockton, Buffalo; Oliver Lee, Cleveland.

Brigs - Oleander, Chicago; Baltimore, Cobourg; Black Hawk, Cleveland; Banner, Belle, Buffalo; Caroline, Detroit; N. M. Standart, Constellation, Mechanic, Empire State, Lucy A. Blossom, H. R. Seymour, Buffalo.

Schooners - Forfar, Chicago; S. A. Green, Madison, Erie; Fashion, Buffalo; Alwilda, Fairport; Armada, Erie; J. C. Fremont, Milan; Jenny Lind, Cleveland; Clyde, Arab, Buffalo; Sea Gull, W. Irving, Erie; L. C. Butts, William, Buffalo; E. C. Williams, Columbia, Erie; Hanover, Silver Creek; H. J. Jones, Flora Watson, T. G. Scott, Buffalo; Hamlet, John Weber, Harvest, Cleveland; Huntress, Erie; Dahlia, Geo. Davis, Buffalo; Tom Dyer, Detroit; Bonnie Doon, Chicago; Aldebaran, Buffalo; Potomac, Oswego; Mary Ann, Toronto; Excelsior, Ithaca, N. P. Goodsell, Buffalo; Quick Step, East Saginaw; Lady of the Lake, Cleveland; Roscoe, Buffalo; Stanley, Bayfield; International, Antares, Enterprise, Golden Harvest, Buffalo; Stella, Chicago; Twin Sister, Cleveland; Curtis Mann, Buffalo; May Queen, Milwaukee; Joseph Cochrane, Rochester; Corinthian, Buffalo; Flying Cloud, Cleveland; Garrit Smith, Oswego; Lookout, Charmer, Miranda, Buffalo; Hudson, Cleveland; S. Burchard, Vermont, North Carolina, Stranger, Wm. Fiske, Buffalo; J. M. Lee, Com. Chauncey, Irving; W. L. Manning, North Star, Three Bells, Rebecca, Buffalo; Osprey, Chicago; B. R. Lumis, Sodus; Berlin, Milan; J. W. Sargent, Perseverance, Buffalo; H. N. Farnham, Irving; R. J. Skidmore, St. Clair; Jessie Ann Hope, Port Stanley; Miami Belle, Toledo; Starlight, East Saginaw; Margaret, Port Rowan; D. Newhall, Milwaukee; Velocity, Sandusky; J. F. Tracy, Buffalo; Eunice Ann, Dover; Effort, Illinois, Erie; Lowland Lass, Burwell; Collingwood, Baltic, Buffalo; Adda, Milwaukee; Arcturus, Cataract, Ostrich, Buffalo; Industry, Rowan; H. Hagar, Milwaukee; P. P. Pratt, J. W. Brown, W. W. Brigham, Buffalo; M. Ballard, Cleveland; Hans Crocker, Milwaukee; Mariner, Sheboygan; Aerial, Buffalo; Pilgrim, Chicago; Peoria, Black River; Carrington, Chicago; Moselle, Yankee Blade, J. P. Kent, Buffalo; Kosciusko, Cleveland; Mercer, Hurricane, Buffalo; New London, Vermilion; A. J. Rich, Buffalo; Wyandotte, Newport.

Scows - Granville, Fairport; Gladiator, Cleveland; Pacific, Erie; Woodman, Dover; Forest Chief, Buffalo; Union, Ashtabula; Oak Hill, Buffalo.

Recapitulation - Steamers, 9; Propellers, 27; Tugs, 7; Barques, 9; Brigs, 12; Schooners, 110; Scows, 9. Total, 183. - Buff. Cour.


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Date of Original:
24 Dec 1856
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GLN.1845
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English
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Dave Swayze
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 24 Dec 1856