The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Fanny Shriver (Propeller), 18 Jul 1867


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A fine little steamer built by Messrs. Thompson & Notter was launched from their yard, foot of Hudson Street, Thursday. She is called the FANNY SHRIVER, is owned by Captain Eli. Shriver and H. Sutton, of this city and is designed to run between Charlestown and Mt. Pleasant, West Virginia.
      Buffalo Post
      Saturday, July 20, 1867

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      A fine little river steamer, christened the FANNY SHRIVER, was launched from the shipyard of Messrs. Thompson & Notter, in Buffalo, on the 18th. She is owned by Capt. Eli Shriver and H. Sutton of Buffalo, and will be commanded by the former. It is designed to run between Charleston and Mt. Pleasant, West Virginia. She is built in the most substantial manner throughout, cost $6,500, and will accommodate 150 passengers.
      Detroit Post
      July 24, 1867

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launch, Buffalo
Date of Original:
1867
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McN.E.3823
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Fanny Shriver (Propeller), 18 Jul 1867