The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Warren (Schooner), 2 Nov 1877


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The oldest vessel on the chain of lakes was in Chicago Tuesday. It is the schooner WARREN, which was built in Ashtabula, O., in 1835, by C. Hinman. She was rebuilt in 1864, and received a new deck in 1871. She came in with a load of lumber for the market this morning, and attracted considerable notice.
      Cleveland Herald
      November 2, 1877
     


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oldest vessel
Date of Original:
1877
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McN.E.5340
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Warren (Schooner), 2 Nov 1877