The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Minerva Ann (Schooner), 1817


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A spirit for building seems pretty lively in Ernest Town (Bath, Ed.) Besides houses, they are still engaged in Ship Building. Another Steam Boat, on a smaller scale, adapted to the navigation of the Bay of Quinte and the River St. Lawrence, is about to be put on the stocks, at the same yard, where the Steam Boat FRONTENAC was built, and where a schooner, the MINERVA ANN, was more recently constructed. (part)
      Kingston Gazette
      July 8, 1817


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built, Bath
Date of Original:
1817
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McN.E.6477
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Minerva Ann (Schooner), 1817