The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
City of Green Bay (Schooner), U125216, 1 Nov 1877

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The lake schooners W.C. GRANT and CITY OF GREEN BAY have sailed from Montreal to Europe.
      Port Hope Daily Times
      Friday, November 9, 1877

      A letter has been received at Chicago from Captain O.L. Aga, of the schooner CITY OF GREEN BAY, announcing the arrival of that vessel at Montevideo, Uruguay, S. A., on the 22nd. of January last, having made the passage from Quebec with a cargo of 300,000 feet of pine lumber in sixty three days. The captain and crew were well, and the vessel had a fine passage. The freight rate was $19:50 per 1,000 feet, in gold. The schooner, may go up the Rio de la Platte before she returns to Quebec.
      Cleveland Herald
      March, 23, 1878

The schooner CITY OF GREEN BAY is in port from the Atlantic. The details of her experience since she left the lakes have been given, as also the particulars of her condemnation and sale in the West Indies, and her purchase by Captain Hall for the original owners. Captain Hall is well and is greeted by hosts of friends.
      The J.W. Hall Great Lakes Marine Scrapbook, June- August, 1880

Schooner CITY OF GREEN BAY. U. S. No. 125216. Of 346.37 tons gross; 329.06 tons net. Built Green Bay, Wis., 1872. Home port, Chicago, Ill.
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1884

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City of Green Bay (Schooner), U125216, 1 Nov 1877