Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Missouri (Steamboat), 26 Apr 1841
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The MISSOURI.-- This splendid vessel--with her richly attired cabins, state rooms, and saloons, which, for richness and beauty have few equals on the lake--left last evening , for Buffalo, with over 2,000 barrels of flour. Capt. Wilkins is a veteran of "salt," and stands in the front rank of excellant commanders. His subordinate officers are equally skilled in the science of navigation and steam, and together constitute a noble crew, having in charge a noble vessel. to-day. She has been overhauled , and if possible, made.
      Detroit Daiy Advertiser
      April 27, 1841


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overhauled
Date of Original
1841
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McN.E.5770
Language of Item
English
Donor
William R. McNeil
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Missouri (Steamboat), 26 Apr 1841