The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Narragansett (Schooner), 9 Apr 1861

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NEW VESSELS AT CLEVELAND. -- The following are the official Custom House measurements of the vessels built at this port this season:
Propeller EMPIRE, built by Quayle & Martin for the N. T. Company. Length 136 feet; breadth 25 feet 10 inches; depth 12 feet; burthen 393 10-95 tons.

Schooner RAVENNA, built by Quayle & Martin for Geo. W. Bissell, Detroit. Length 138.75 feet; beam 26.2 feet; depth 11.88 feet; burthen 404 8-95 tons.

Schooner CITY OF CHICAGO, built by Peck & Masters for Lockwood & Kinney, of Buffalo. Length 140.56 feet; beam 30.14 feet; depth 11.26 feet; burthen 437 50-95 tons.

      Schooner CITY OF MILWAUKEE, built by Peck & Masters, for Lockwood & Kinney of Buffalo. Length 140.55 feet; beam 29.94 feet; depth 11.30 feet; burthen 436 53-95 tons.

      Schooner CITY OF BUFFALO, built by Peck & Masters, for Lockwood & Kinney of Buffalo. Length 143.78 feet; 30.17 feet; depth 11.4 feet; burthen 455 tons

      Schooner NARRAGAUSETT, built by Quayle & Martin, for R. H. Harmon, T. Quayle, and J. Martin. Length 139.95 feet; beam 26.13 feet; depth 10.97 feet; burthen 398 20-95 tons.

      Schooner MAJOR ANDERSON, built by Irs Laffrinier for H.C. Winslow. Length 153.87 feet; beam 33.22 feet; depth 12.13 feet; burthen 568 11-95 tons.

      The new schooner NARRAGAUSETT was launched from Quayle & Martin's yard yesterday. ---- Cleveland Herald, 10th.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      April 15, 1861

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Narragansett (Schooner), 9 Apr 1861