W. O. Brown (Schooner), U26915, 1 Sep 1867
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The schr. W.O. BROWN left yesterday on her first trip of the season. Some 2 years since she was run down in Lake Erie by collision with another vessel, having on board a cargo of coal. The wreck was subsequently raised by J.P. Clark, of this city, and taken to his dock for partial reconstruction, which work has been most faithfully carried out; and the BROWN today is as good a vessel as when first launched. The entire outfit is new and of the very best material, and the vessel of the same rig as formerly. - Free Press, 13.
Buffalo Daily Courier
September 16, 1867 6-2
Schooner WILLIAM O. BROWN. U. S. No. 26915. Of 306.98 tons. Home port, Chicago, Ill.
Merchant vessel List, U. S., 1871
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