The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
D. G. Wright (Scow), 1 Aug 1868

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NEW VESSELS- The new scow D.G. WRIGHT, was launched at South Haven, Michigan
few days since. She has a carrying capacity of 130,000 feet of lumber.
The LILY GREY is the name of another new scow, which is at the same place. Her owner is L. Painter. She will carry about 70,000 feet of lumber.
      Chicago Tribune
      Saturday, August 22, 1868

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The new scow D. G. WRIGHT has reached here from South Haven, at which point she was recently built. Her owners are Messrs. Snell & Ingraham of South Haven, the last named gentleman being her commander. In length she measures 112 feet, depth 6 feet 6 inches, 28 foot beam and is 124 tons burden.
      Chicago Tribune
      Monday, September 14, 1868

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D. G. Wright (Scow), 1 Aug 1868