R. J. Skidmore (Schooner), 1 Jun 1856
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MORE NEW VESSELS. - The R.J. SKIDMORE is the name of a schooner recently launched at Trenton of 140 tons.
A schooner named the LOUISE POWELL, of 244 tons, was launched a few days since at Dover, C.W.
The schooner "CHANNER" is the name of a new vessel built by D. O'Conner, at E.K. Bruce's yard in this city, for Messrs. Provost & Newkirk. She is 100 feet long, 26 1/2 feet beam, 10 feet hold, and will measure 250 tons.
The "HUNTRESS" is the name of another new schooner, built by Geo. Hardison, of this city, for parties in Erie. She measures 350 tons. She left last evening for Erie.
Buffalo Daily Courier
June 21, 1856
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes