The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 4 Jan 1866


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VESSELS IN PORT OF BUFFALO

The following will show the number and class of vessels that were in winter quarters in the port of Buffalo at the closing of navigation, 1865:

Steamers - Relief, United States, Michigan, International

Propellers - Merchant, City of Buffalo, Susquehanna, Buffalo, Bradbury, Empire State, Fountain City, Queen of the Lakes, Potomac, Atlantic, Equinox, Dean Richmand, Dictator, Omar Pasha, Sun, Free State, Elmira, Badger State, Galena, Dunkirk, Araxes, Eclipse, Orontes, Mohawk, Cuyahoga, Mary Stewart, Adriatic, Plymouth, Hunter, Winslow, Marquette, Comet, Saginaw, Missouri, Arctic, Toledo, Idaho, Equator.

Tugs - Joe Dudley, T W Notter, G W Gardner, A Clark, H N Martin, C W Evans, J N Scatcherd, General U. S. Grant, Ab Nelson, May Queen, H N Martin (sic), O L Swift, Daisy Lee.

Barks - Monitor, Chicago Board of Trade, City of Buffalo, Sardinia, Mary E Perew, General Franz Sigel, Constitution, Invincible, Geraldine, Two Brothers, P C Sherman, "E C L," American Union, Tanner, Northwest, Excelsior, Waverly, S V R Watson, Flying Mist, Parana, Merrimac.

Brigs - David Ferguson, Rio Grande, Lucy J Clark, Concord, Young America, Castatia, William Treat, Helenstein, Paragon, Empire State, Fox.

Schooners - Julia Willard, Sea Bird, Ellen M Baxter, Mary A Rankin, Sacramento, Lone Star, Mazeppa, Comet, Richard Roe, Yankee, L Van Valkenburg, A Medbury, Jas S Platt, Harriet Ross, Mary Booth, Chieftain, Sylvia Morton, Rush, Philo Scoville, York State, E C Roberts, R J Skidmore, Gold Hunter, Aldebran, Arab, J M Lee, Live Yankee, Almeda, Emeu, San Jacinto, Waucoma, Jenny Lind, Dan Marble, Ellington, Fred I Wells, Elm City, Monteagle, W W Arnold, Madison, Henry Hager, Arago, David Tod, Die Vernon, Ithaca, Monitor, Racer, S G Andrews, Autocrat, C G Breed, Rebecca, C A Johnson, Consuello, Wm. H Arbuckle, Rainbow.

Scows - Nebraska, Albina, Geo Neville

SUMMARY

18641865
Steamers23
Propellers4839
Tugs2713
Barks2321
Brigs1111
Schooners10554
Scows13
Canal Boats250165
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Total373309


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Newspaper
Item Type:
Clippings
Date of Original:
4 Jan 1866
Local identifier:
GLN.1963
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Dave Swayze
Copyright Statement:
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 4 Jan 1866