The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
St. Andrews (Schooner), 28 Aug 1876

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      The schr. ST. ANDREW, at present in charge of the U.S. Marshal at Milwaukee, will in all probability, go under the hammer, as claims to a large amount have already accumulated against her.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      August 28, 1876 3-6

      The schr. ST. ANREWS is to be sold by the U.S. Marshal at Milwaukee, Wednesday, September 6th at 11:00 A.M. The sale will take place on board the schooner, which now lies near Brook's yard. The Marshal also advertises the sale of the scow TWO KATIES, which will take place at Racine, on the same day and same hour.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      August 31, 1876 3-5

      The schr. ST. ANDREW was sold at Milwaukee Wednesday morning by the U.S. Marshal to Edmund Fitzgerald a ship builder of Port Huron for the sum of $3,550, subject to the approval of the court. Two years ago the ST. ANDREW was rebuilt at an expense of $7,000 and is today considered by vessel men to worth fully $12,000. She has a carrying capacity of 27,000 bu. wheat and rates A2.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      September 8, 1876 3-5

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St. Andrews (Schooner), 28 Aug 1876