The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Wild Rover (Schooner), 27 Aug 1855

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The Cleveland Plain Dealer of the 25th says: - The schooner WILD ROVER is a new vessel in port, just launched at Milan at the yard of her owner, Capt. Bates. She is commanded by Capt. John Peterson, and is a well built vessel of 290 tons capacity, with 117 feet keel, beam 25 feet. hold 11 feet.
      Buffalo Daily Republic
      Monday, August 27, 1855

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      NEW VESSELS. - The new schooner WILD ROVER, Capt. Peterson, made her first appearance at this port yesterday, with a cargo of lumber from St. Clair. She is a 14,000 bushel of corn vessel, and was built at Milan, Ohio, for her owner and builder, Capt. Bates. Capt. Nyman is her Agent. The LIVELY, a new schooner of the same builder, is also on her way up. - Chicago Tribune.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      May 20, 1856

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Wild Rover (Schooner), 27 Aug 1855