The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Caroline (Schooner), 1835


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      Besides the line of steamboats, a number of sailing craft supplied connections with eastern ports. One in particular, the schooner CAROLINE, built at Perrysburg in 1835, occupied a prominent place in the history of the transportation on the Maumee. In 1838 this craft was making regular trips between Perrysburg and Cleveland, stopping en route at Maumee, Toledo, and Manhattan.
      (from article entitled "Navigation at the foot of the Maumee Rapids, 1815 - 1845 by Maurer Maurer, published in Morthwest Ohio Quarterly, July 1943, pp. 158-173)


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launched Perrysburg
Date of Original:
1835
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McN.E.6924
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Caroline (Schooner), 1835