The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Democratic Free Press (Detroit, MI), 28 Jun 1837

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THE BRITISH BARGE DETROIT - This vessel which was sunk during the last war at Erie, and raised by Capt. Miles, is now lying at the wharf in this city. Very little alteration has been made, her hull, cabins, &c., remain as they were. There is still to be seen on board of this vessel, an eighteen-pound ball, lodged in her starboard side, just under the deck and opposite the foremast, which attracts a good deal of attention. - Cleveland Adv.

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Dave Swayze
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Democratic Free Press (Detroit, MI), 28 Jun 1837