The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Governor Marcy (Steamboat), 15 Apr 1837


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The Steamboat GOVERNOR MARCY, Captain Gorham, came into our harbor, from Black Rock, last evening. During the past winter she has been thoroughly overhauled, and is now fitted up in a superior manner. It is intended to run her the ensuing summer as a regular packet between Detroit and Saginaw City
      Buffalo Daily Commercial Advertiser
      Tuesday, April 15, 1837

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      GOVERNOR MARCY; When noticed, the other day, that this boat would be run, the ensuing season, as a packet between Detroit and Saginaw City. It will be seen, however, by the advertisement, that this arrangement has been broken up. She will go out, on Tuesday morning, on a pleasure excursion.
      Buffalo Daily Commercial Advertiser
      Saturday, April 22, 1837


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Date of Original:
1837
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McN.E.6438
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Governor Marcy (Steamboat), 15 Apr 1837