The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Pamlico (Schooner), U18615, 15 Sep 1866

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A fore-and-aft schooner, built at the ship yard of Mr. F.N. Jones, for N.C. Winslow & Co., was launched Saturday afternoon. She is built with reference to passing through the Welland Canal, and her carrying capacity is about 21,000 bushels.
      Mr. Jones has sold his ship-yard and dry docks in this city, to Messrs. Mills & Walsh, for, we understand about $60,000, and has established himself in Tonawanda. His first "job" there will be to build for Messrs. Bennett & Allen a vessel of 900 tons, old measurement. She will be 205 feet keel, 36 feet beam, 13 feet 6 inches depth of hold, and will cost about $65,000.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Saturday, September 22, 1866
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      NEW VESSELS. - The Detroit Free Press says: - The PAMLICO is the name of a fine looking vessel owned by Messrs. Winslow, of Buffalo, which passed up yesterday afternoon. She is of the largest class, staunch built and fore-and-aft rigged.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Friday, September 28, 1866
Schooner PAMLICO. U. S. No. 19615. Of 379.71 tons. Home port, Buffalo, N.Y.
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1871

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Pamlico (Schooner), U18615, 15 Sep 1866