The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Lady Franklin (Tug), 10 Aug 1861


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TUG LADY FRANKLIN. -- This beautiful little craft came in this morning from Ashtabula where she received her outfit. She is intended to do business on the Detroit and St. Clair Rivers -- was built for the owners Messrs. Lockwood, Helbrook and Wield, of Ashtabula, at the yard of Messrs. Quayle & Martin, of this city, and is sixty tons burthen. Her engine was built by Bishop & Garlic, of Cleveland, is one of great power, boiler 6 1/2 by 12 feet, cylinder 20 by 24 inches, three buckey wheels. She will be commanded by Geo. Field. The engineer is John Beerman. -- Cleveland paper ?
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Saturday, August 10, 1861


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Newspaper
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new tug
Date of Original:
1861
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McN.E.7291
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Lady Franklin (Tug), 10 Aug 1861