The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Mary (Canal Boat), 1 Oct 1828


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Canal -- arrived at Albany, on Saturday, canal boat "MARY," of Milan, Capt. Edward Meeker, from Huron county, state of Ohio, with a cargo of pot ashes, staves, and sundries. This boat, the Albany papers says, was built at Huron, at the head of Lake Erie. She crossed the lake 250 miles to Buffalo, and thence, by way of the Erie Canal, 362 miles, to Albany, and is bound for New York, making a total distance of 752 miles. She is 49 tons burthen, and is schooner rigged, and carries two masts. We believe she procured a clearance at the custom-house at Milan, for the port of New York.
      Cleveland Weekly Herald
      Friday, October 17, 1828


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Newspaper
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lakes to tide-water
Date of Original:
1828
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McN.E.6426
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Mary (Canal Boat), 1 Oct 1828