Marengo (Steamboat), 1 Sep 1837
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Another New Steamboat. -- We learn from the Maumee Express, that the keel of a steamboat of first rate dimensions, had been laid at Marengo. She is to he called the "Marengo'"
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
Monday September 18, 1837
MORE SHIPPING. -- The new schooner OTTAWA, of Maumee, 150 tons burthen, is out on her first trip. The keel of a new steamboat of large dimensions, to be called the MARENGO, has been laid at Marengo, on Maumee Bay. The steamboat ILLINOIS, 755 tons burthen, is to be launched at Detroit on the 23d inst. She will be the largest boat ever put afloat on the western lakes. The MAJOR OLIVER, is the name of a new schooner of 150 tons burthen, just arrived at our port from Toledo.
Cleveland Daily Herald & Gazette
Monday, September 18, 1837
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- building, Marengo
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes