Dacotah (Propeller), 3 Jul 1857
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The DACOTAH is the name of a new propeller just loaded and
expected into this port from Cleveland. She is owned, says the
Cleveland Plain Dealer, by James F. Clark, Dean Richmond and F.M.
Hale. Her length is 193 ft.; beam 20 ft.; hold 12 ft., and she
registers 698 tons: capacity 6,000 barrels flour, cost $50,000.
She has a powerful low pressure, oscillating engine.
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
July 3, 1857 2-5
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- Item Type:
- new vessel Cleveland
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes