The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Winona (Schooner), 22 Aug 1878

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The schooner WINONA towed out into the outer harbor yesterday, where she dropped her anchor. She is to load deals and timber at Michigan City and an east shore port for Liverpool. The tug HACKLEY will tow her to Michigan City. The vessel is in good shape (and also in good hands) and her long passage will probably be made in safety.
      Chicago Inter Ocean
      August 22, 1878

      Mr. J. V. Taylor received a dispatch yesterday announcing the arrival at Glasgow, Scotland, of the schooner FLORETTA, Capt Gamble, forty-one days out from Michigan City, Ind., on this lake. The WINONA is not yet heard from, but will probably be withing a few days. Both vessels have lumber and square timber. The WINONA is now out thirty-seven days.
      Chicago Inter Ocean
      Wednesday, November 27, 1878
      The schooner WINONA arrived at Liverpool on the 19th of November, thirty-two days out from Quebec. A letter from Capt. Finnegan was received in Chicago a day or two ago by Capt. Roach, one of the owners.
      Chicago Inter Ocean
      Monday, December 9, 1878
The lake schooner WINONA has lately arrived at Buenos Ayres all right, with 550 tons of coal from Liverpool. She has been behaving splendidly
      Detroit Post & Tribune
      Wednesday, May 14, 1879

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Winona (Schooner), 22 Aug 1878