The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
R. H. Wiedermann (Propeller), 28 Jul 1882


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The tug R. WIEDEMANN, built by G.H. Notter for the Tittabawassee Boom Co., Saginaw, was in the harbor yesterday as neat as a pin. She is 65 ft. long over all, of 16 ft. beam, and 7 ft. depth of hold. Her engines were built by Wright & Sisson and the boiler by Riter. The hull is painted white, striped with red and green, and the house on deck is painted green. She is commanded by Capt. John Kelly, who thoroughly understands his business. He says she handles very easily. She left for Saginaw last night, and will be used by the company in towing rafts, etc.
      Buffalo Morning Express
      July 28, 1882 3-6


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new vessel Buffalo
Date of Original:
1882
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McN.E.4533
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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R. H. Wiedermann (Propeller), 28 Jul 1882