Vermillion (Steamboat), 2 Aug 1838
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LAUNCH. - The VERMILLION was launched at Vermillion on the 2nd. and is to be a boat of the medium class in size. The Huron Advertiser says she will be the fastest of the fastest, Capt. Grover, Master.
Cleveland Daily Herald & Gazette
Thursday, August 9, 1838
NEW STEAMBOATS. -- The GREAT WESTERN, a vessel of upwards of 700 tons burden, was launched at Huron, Ohio, on the 4th inst. And is now finishing in the place. She is intended for the Upper Lake trade, and will be commanded by Capt. Walker. All luck to her, but we are sorry her owners had not the good sense in giving her some other name.
The VERMILLION, a boat of the medium class was launched at Vermillion, Ohio, on the 2nd inst. it is thought she will take the steam out of the boilers of many of our crack boats.
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
Monday, August 13, 1838
THE VERMILLION.--Another new boat, bearing this name, has been added to the list. She hails from Ohio, and measures 152 feet on deck, 25 feet 6 inches beam and 10 feet 6 inches hold, is 388 tons burthen. Her engine is low pressure, (horizontal) from Pittsburgh --- vessel designed and commanded by Capt. Walker, built by B.S. Goodsell, with figure-head of Red Jacket.
The VERMILLION bears every mark and indication of a beautiful boat. Gelston Evans, agents.
November 13, 1838
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- William R. McNeil
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