The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Washington (Steamboat), 11 Oct 1867


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The stm. WASHINGTON, from Green Bay, arrived at this port yesterday afternoon en route for Buffalo with a cargo of flour. This steamer, it is pretty well known, not long since passed up from the sea coast, having been purchased by parties in the bay to ply the region. She presents the appearance of a sea fearing ship and appears well adapted to heavy weather, of which she has encountered no small seas on her present trip down. She is provided with excellent passenger accommodations and is of the finest model and finish.
      Detroit Post
      October 11, 1867


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new route
Date of Original:
1867
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McN.E.4400
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Washington (Steamboat), 11 Oct 1867