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Unadilla (Schooner), U25021, 3 Apr 1862


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LAUNCHES. - Two launches took place yesterday, says the Cleveland Leader, at nearly the same hour. The first was a tug built by Quayle & Martin for the Messrs. Winslow and Capt. Robert Anderson, for use upon the St. Clair Flats. She is a fine specimen of that class of boat, being 124 feet keel, 20 feet beam and 10 feet 6 inches hold, and built in the most substantial manner. She is to be called the " WINSLOW."
      The other was a boat built by Ira Laffrinier for A.C. Winslow. She is a fine vessel of her class, being 137 feet keel, 20 feet beam, 12 feet hold, and 400 tons Custom House measurement. She is designed for canal service. She will be called " UNADILLA."
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Friday, April 4, 1862



      The tug WINSLOW was launched at 3:00 yesterday, from Taylor & Martin's shipyard. The WINSLOW is one of the finest tugs ever built on the lakes, being 120 ft. keel, and designed for the St. Clair Flats. She is owned by Messrs. N.C. and H.J. Winslow and R. Anderson, and is to be sailed by Capt. Robert Anderson. At about the same hour the schr. UNADILLA was launched from the yard of Ira Lafriner. She belongs to Mr. N.C. Winslow, and will be sailed by Capt. Ben. S. Wolvin. - Cleveland Herald, Apr.1
      Detroit Free Press
      April 4, 1862



SHIPBUILDING AT CLEVELAND. -- The number and tonnage of vessels built at Cleveland exceeds any previous year. There have been built and put in commision: (from Cleveland Herald)
      Propeller S. D. CALDWELL 757 tons burthen.
      Propeller TIOGA 459 tons burthen.
      Propeller tug Wm. B. CASTLE 221 tons burthen.
      Propeller tug AJAX 55 tons burthen.
      Propeller tug MARS 55 tons burthen.
      Propeller tug WINSLOW 265 tons burthen.
      Propeller tug ROBT. ANDERSON 175 tons burthen.
      Barque TWILIGHT 895 tons burthen.
      Barque CHENANGO 884 tons burthen.
      Barque P. C. SHERMAN 566 tons burthen.
      Barque UNADILLA 569 tons burthen.
      Barque NORTH WEST 628 tons burthen.
      Barque KATE DARLEY 567 tons burthen.
      Barque GOLDEN FLEECE 609 tons burthen.
      Barque SUNRISE 598 tons burthen.
      Barque GEORGE SHERMAN 405 tons burthen.
      Barque PARANA 559 tons burthen.
      Barque SUPERIOR 574 tons burthen.
      Schooner HOWELL POPPOCK 408 tons burthen.
      Total of all classes 19: Tonnage 8,318 tons.
      Buffalo daily Courier
      Wednesday, June 4, 1862 (condensed)



Schooner UNADILLA. U. S. No. 25021. Of 396.22 tons gross; 376.41 tons net. Built Cleveland, O., 1862. Home port, Detroit, Mich.
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1884
     


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launch, Cleveland
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1862
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William R. McNeil
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Unadilla (Schooner), U25021, 3 Apr 1862