The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Louise (Steam yacht), 1 Jul 1867


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A pretty little steam yacht, called the LOUISE, was placed in the water last week from
the boat yard of Carroll Bros., on Genesee Street. She is 36 feet long, with a beam of six
and a half feet, and has an engine of five-horse power. She was built for Messrs. Archie Hudson, C.O. Shepard and Thomas Sheils, and it is claimed that a faster little yacht does
not ply on the river. She will be moored at Black Rock.
      Buffalo Post
      Wednesday, July 31, 1867

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Newspaper
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launch, Buffalo
Date of Original:
1867
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Local identifier:
McN.E.5974
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Louise (Steam yacht), 1 Jul 1867