The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Haze (Propeller), U11459, 1 Aug 1877

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The steamers DOVER and JOHN SHERMAN, from Erie and Cleveland, respectively, were in port yesterday with excursion parties from those places. The DOVER was formerly the United States steamer HAZE.
      Cleveland Herald
      Wednesday, July 19, 1876

      The Chicago Post says the craft named the tow-steamer DOVER was formerly the light house steamer HAZE, and that she is now towing the schooner QUEEN CITY.
      Cleveland Herald
      August 14, 1877
At Chicago the extensive repairs to the propeller DOVER are completed. She has loaded grain for Montreal, and left on her way to the Gulf of Mexico. It is pretty late, but her master hopes to get out before the ice becomes too strong.
      Detroit Post & Tribune
      Tuesday, November 19, 1878

The Chicago Tribune yesterday: The propeller DOVER was floated out of Miller Bros., dry-dock yesterday, and went up the South Branch. Her proposed trip to the Gulf of Mexico has been abandoned. About $2,300 have been laid out on her repairs and overhauling.
      Detroit Post & Tribune
      Sunday, November 24, 1878

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Haze (Propeller), U11459, 1 Aug 1877