Bernard Lotta (Steamboat), U15635, 11 Nov 1869
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The stm. LOTTA BERNARD made her maiden trip at Sandusky on the 9th. She is pronounced to be a perfect model for her trade, in shoal water, and built very strong. She goes into the wood trade for the Northern Transportation Co. Her dimensions are: Length, 125 ft.; breadth of beam, 24 ft.; extreme breadth over all, 37 ft.; depth of hold 6 1/2 ft.; measures 148 tons, new measurement, or about 190 old measurement. her wheels are 19 ft. in diameter, with 4 1/2 ft. buckets.
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
November 11, 1869 3-5
Steam paddle LOTTA BERNARD. U. S. No. 15635. Of 147.00 tons gross. Of 160 h. p. Home port, Superior, Wis.
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1871
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- new vessel
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes