The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Mohawk (Steamboat), 16 May 1865


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The Iron Steamer MOHAWK - This steamer, built some years since at Kingston, and for many years in the British Revenue service, and subsequently engaged as a passenger boat on Lake Erie, thence transferred to Lake Michigan, arrived here Saturday evening from the latter point. It is stated she is now to ply between this city and Alpena, having been recently purchased by parties here for that purpose.
[Detroit Advertiser]
      Daily British Whig
      May 16, 1865



THE IRON STEAMER MOHAWK - This steamer, built some years since at Kingston, C.W. and for many years in the British revenue service, and subsequently engaged as a passenger boat on lake Erie, thence transferred to lake Michigan, arrived here Saturday morning from the latter point. It is stated she is now to ply on the route between this city and Alpena (Michigan), having been recently purchased by parties here for that purpose. - Mil. News
      Detroit Free Press
      May 13, 1865


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route
Date of Original:
1865
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McN.E.6847
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Mohawk (Steamboat), 16 May 1865