The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
G. S. Hazard (Schooner), 31 Mar 1874


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The splendid new vessel being built at Tonawanda by T.N. Jones is nearing completion. She will be ready to be launched about the 15th of April, is 204 ft. keel, 35 ft. 8 inches beam, and 14 ft. hold. She is about 1,100 tons measurement, and her carrying capacity 62,000 bu. corn. She will hail from Buffalo, bearing the name G.S. HAZARD. Capt. Ingraham, who will sail her, will fit her out in a few days. This will be the fifth vessel built by Mr. Jones - the J.D. SAWYER, F.L. DANFORTH, the RED WING, and the WINSLOW.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      March 31, 1874 3-6


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new vessel Tonawanda
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1874
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McN.E.6082
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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G. S. Hazard (Schooner), 31 Mar 1874