The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Henry Hagar (Schooner), 8 Apr 1848

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ANOTHER NEW VESSEL - The Jones' have on the stocks a fore and aft vessel of 105 feet keel, 23 feet 10 inches beam, 9 feet 3 inches hold, and 225 tons burthen, for P. Short and H. Hagar of this city. She is a fine model, and will be a credit to her builders, and we have no doubt will prove profitable to her enterprising owners. -- Express.
      Buffalo Republic
      Monday, February 21, 1848

A fine fore-and-aft schooner of 225 tons, belonging to Patrick Short and Henry Hager, will be launched from Jones' ship-yard at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Saturday, April 8, 1848
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LAUNCH. - The H. HAGAR, a new schooner of 250 tons, built at the ship-yard of the Jones's, for H. Hagar and P. Short was launched on Saturday afternoon.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser & Journal
      Monday Evening, April 10, 1848

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Henry Hagar (Schooner), 8 Apr 1848