Olean (Propeller), U18927, 28 Feb 1866
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ERIE RAILWAY STEAMBOAT LINE. - The arrangements for this line during the season of navigation in 1866 hav been completed. The following are the names of the steamers which will compose the Toledo and Dunkirk and Buffalo line, together with names of officers:
WABASH, - Capt. John Kirby; Clerk, G.H. Jeffries.
CANISTEO - Capt. G. Backman; Clerk, John Shepard.
PASSAIC, - Capt. Jas. S. Mitchell; Clerk, R.H. Warriner.
NEW YORK, - Capt. M. Drake; Clerk, Chas. Sinclair.
OLEAN, - Capt. John Brown; Clerk, Wm. Berriman.
ELMIRA, - Capt. W. Thorn; Clerk, W.P. Stewart.
OWEGO, - Capt. A.D. Hewitt; Clerk, E.M. Bullard.
The steamers of this line have all been put in the best condition, and could be got ready for service in a few days. The PASSAIC, at this port, will be repainted as soon as the weather will permit. - Toledo Blade.
Buffalo Daily Courier
February 28, 1866
Steam screw OLEAN. U. S. No. 18927. Of 609 tons. Built Cleveland, O., 1856. First home port, Dunkirk, N.Y. DISPOSITION -- Abandoned 1883,
Merchant Steam Vessels of the United States
Lytle - Holdcamper List, 1790 to 1868
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