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J. B. Skinner (Schooner), 11 May 1841


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Two new schooners, the J.B. SKINNER, of 108, and H.M. KINNE, of 118 tons burthen, were launched at Conneaut on Tuesday last.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      Tuesday, May 18, 1841 2 - 6

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ANOTHER NEW VESSEL:- We were not aware, until a few days since, that Mr.John Stevens, of this place, was having a new schooner built at Huron. It is to be 190 tons burthen and ready for the spring trade.
This new craft, in addition to the two schooner being built here for Mrssrs., Smith & Walker and Gay and Wilcoxson, and the three already owned here, will make a very respectable show of shipping for Milan, as follows:-
Mr. Stevens' new schooner, of 190 tons
Smith & Walker's do. 245 "
Gay & Wilcoxson's do. 125 "
Schooner J.B. SKINNER 140 "
Schooner WASHINGTON IRVING 125 "
Schooner MAGNOLIA 198 "
Total tonnage of Milan 1,023 "
---Milan Tribune (undated)
      Morning Express, Buffalo
      Tuesday, March 17, 1846
     

      Marine Intelligence - MILAN FLEET.
      1. - PURITAN
      2. - PILGRIM, built by Ruggles
      3 - EXCELSIOR, built by Ruggles
      4 - DAWN, built by Lyons
      5 - MONSOON - built by Lyons
      6 - SKINNER
      7 - SEA GULL
      8 - VINCINNES
      9 - LUTHER WRIGHT, three masts
      Buffalo Express
      April 27, 1847
     


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launch, Conneaut
Date of Original:
1841
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McN.E.3848
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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J. B. Skinner (Schooner), 11 May 1841