The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Jennie King (Schooner), 29 Mar 1863


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Shipbuilding at Tonawanda.-- A new vessel is at present being built at Tonawanda, on the Niagara River, for D. A. Van Valkenberg, of that place, which is of the following dimensions: Length 145 feet, breadth 30 feet, depth 12 1/2 feet, and capacity of 490 tons. Whe will be called the JENNIE KING, and will be ready for launching about the first of April. She is intended for the timber trade, but will make her first trips in the grain trade.
      Detroit Free Press
      March 29, 1863 4-6


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building Tonawanda
Date of Original:
1863
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McN.E.5763
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English
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William R. McNeil
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Jennie King (Schooner), 29 Mar 1863