The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
J. & A. Tronach (Schooner), 1 Sep 1854

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LAUNCH.---The new schooner, built by Capt. Barber, a short distance west of Sweet's warehouse, is nearly completed, and will probably be launched the first of next week. She belongs to Jas. Strommer, sic, of Manistee, is 150 burthen, and will run in the lumber trade between here and Manistee. --- Milwaukee Sentinel

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Schooner J. & A. STRONACH.---Such is the name of a new schooner, just completed by Capt. Barber, near Sweet's old warehouse. It is a well built vessel, is owned by the Messrs. Stromach, of Manistee, is designed for the lumber trade, and will be launched tomorrow or next day afternoon. ---- Milwaukee Dem.
      The Democracy, Buffalo
      Friday, September 15, 1854

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THE J. & A. STRONACH. --- This beautiful craft, just completed by Capt. Barber, for her owners of the same name, has been registered in our Custom House. She measures 146 25-95 tons, and is the 20th. vessel added this season to our Milwaukee sailing fleet, some of them among the finest craft on the lakes. --- Milwaukee Sentinel
      The Democracy, Buffalo
      Saturday, September 30, 1854

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J. & A. Tronach (Schooner), 1 Sep 1854