The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
David Todd (Schooner), 21 Sep 1855

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A FINE NEW VESSEL. -- A new schooner, named the DAVID TODD, is now in our harbor on her first trip, with a cargo consisting of 256 tons railroad iron, 163 M. lumber, 35 M. shingles, and 17 M. lath, from Cleveland, where she was built. Her tonnage is 373; 128 feet 11 inches; 30 feet 1 inch beam; 10 feet 2 inches depth of hold, and will; carry 18,000 bu. grain. She is owned by her master, Capt. Blue, the gentleman who brought out those fine crafts, the barque NORTH STAR and brig JULIS DEAN. She lies above Randolph St. bridge, where she can be seen by those fond of looking at fine craft. - Chicago Tribune
      Buffalo daily Republic
      Friday, september 21, 1855

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David Todd (Schooner), 21 Sep 1855