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Lottie Cooper (Schooner), U140185, 1 Mar 1876

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March 30 - Launched: "The schooner built by Rand and Burger for Cooper and Jones, of this city, was launched last Thursday afternoon. She was named LOTTIE COOPER."
      Manitowoc Tribune
      April 6, 1876.

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You may expect a visit at your port soon from the latest specimens of Manitowoc vessel architecture, a handsome three-masted schooner lately launched at the ship-yard of Rand and Berger for the firm of Cooper and Jones. She is named the LOTTIE COOPER, after the wife of George Cooper, one of the owners, and is a fine vessel of her class as ever has been built here. She started on her first trip this morning, and will load at Two Rivers for some port south.
      Milwaukee Sentinel
      April 29, 1876 3-3

Schooner LOTTIE COOPER. U.S. No. 140185. Of 252.48 tons gross; 239.86 tons net. Built at Manitowoc, Wis., in 1876. Home port, Milwaukee, Wis. 131.0 x 27.0 x 9.0
      Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1891

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Lottie Cooper (Schooner), U140185, 1 Mar 1876