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Thomas A. Scott (Propeller), U24785, 16 Apr 1877


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CHANGED. - The propeller THOMAS A. SCOTT, of the Anchor Line, has her machinery taken out and will hereafter be a four-masted grain barge.
      Cleveland Herald
      April 16, 1877
     
     
     
The propeller THOMAS A. SCOTT, of the Anchor Line, has been transformed by the Union Dry Dock Company into a four-masted schooner. She is now a fine looking vessel. She has been thoroughly overhauled and is about as good as new. The entire outfit was furnished by the Union Dry Dock, which fact, with the character of the work, speaks well for that company. The steamer ANNIE VOUGHT, dismasted last fall, has also been receiving treatment at the hands of this company. She has been overhauled and extensively repaired, including new fore and mizzen masts.
      Cleveland Herald
      May 19, 1877
     
     
Schooner THOMAS A. SCOTT. U. S. No. 24785. Of 740.91 tons. Home port, Erie, Pa.
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1880/1881
     
     


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converted to barge
Date of Original:
1877
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McN.E.4929
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Thomas A. Scott (Propeller), U24785, 16 Apr 1877