The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Pulaski (Schooner), 7 Oct 1873


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The PULASKI -- The new vessel built by Mr. Archibald Muir at his yard on the Black River, was successfully launched Tuesday afternoon. She is of a class of vessels called "full Canalers" and is almost the exact counterpart so far as size and build are concerned, of the schooner AMERICA built by Mr. Muir last spring. She is a three master painted white and her name is put plainly on her stern and quarter and her private signal is a red M on a white ground bordered with blue. Canalers are far from being the most symmetrical vessels, but as far as one of her class can get towards beauty, the PULASKI will take her place. Her full suit of sails were made by Mr. D. Robeson of this city, a gentleman who has excellent reputation on the lakes for "fit" and quality of his work. It is understood that other work will be set going at Mr. Muir's yard as soon as the PULASKI is out of the way.
      Port Huron Daily Times
      Wednesday, October 8, 1873


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launch, Port Huron
Date of Original:
1873
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McN.E.6636
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Pulaski (Schooner), 7 Oct 1873