The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Silver Spray (Tug)


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The fish tug SILVER SPRAY, out of Cleveland, fished out of Dunkirk many times. Sometime about the turn of the century it piled up on the breakwall at Cleveland in a terrific snowstorm, and the entire crew of six frozen to death. Later the tug was repaired by the Fix Brothers of Buffalo, named CHARLOTTE and fished out of Dunkirk again with Al Donnelly as captain. - L.V.
      Reminiscence of Dunkirk


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McN.E.6774
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English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Silver Spray (Tug)