The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Philo Parsons (Steamboat), 1 May 1871


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The steamer PHILO PARSONS, at one time a favorite boat , plying between Detroit and Sandusky, has at length fallen into the hands of the United States marshal at Chicago, and is the be sold under the hammer. Her history is somewhat of an eventful one. She was built at Algonac by C. Hinman and was provided with an engine, low pressure, which had worn out two steamers on the river, viz., the JOHN OWEN and before her the LITTLE ERIE. Many will remember the excitement created during the Rebellion when seizure of the PARSONS in Lake Erie and afterwards her abandonment at Sandwich.
      Port Huron Times
      May 25, 1871


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1871
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McN.E.5357
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Philo Parsons (Steamboat), 1 May 1871