The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
J. K. White (Steamboat), 11 May 1872

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The Cleveland Herald states that Capt. Joseph Greenhalgh, of that city, has sold the iron pleasure steamer J.K. WHITE to Capt. Samuel Thornton, of Buffalo. She is to be brought here immediately, and placed on the route between this city and Oakfield, Grand Island. The Herald says: "This steamer is just suited for the business in which she is proposed to be
placed, and we congratulate Capt. Thornton and the people of Buffalo in securing so valuable a little pleasure steamer, but at the same time must express regrets that it was necessary, from want of patronage, to sell her out of this port. Our friends in Buffalo will find the WHITE to be a neat, tidy and commodius pleasure steamer that they can freely patronize."
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      May 11, 1872 3-1

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J. K. White (Steamboat), 11 May 1872