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Susan E. Peck (Propeller), U116110


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The steamer LEWISTON, formerly the SUSAN E. PECK, has been cut in two at Cleveland, and lengthened. She will be out soon. The LEWISTON in her new shape will be about 300 feet long and will carry about 3,000 tons.
      Buffalo Eening News
      Thursday, April 22, 1897


Steam screw SUSAN E. PECK. U.S. No. 116110. Of 1,399.40 tons gross; 1,180.24 tons net. Built at Wyandotte, Mich. in 1886. Home port, Buffalo, N. Y. 230.8 x 38.0 x 18.6
      Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1889 [steam vessels]
     
     
     
      SUSAN E. PECK* Built July 7, 1886 Schooner Barge - Composite
U. S. No. 116110 1399 gt - 1361 nt 230.8' x 38' x 18.6'
Converted to bulk propeller in 1888.
* Renamed(b) LEWISTON - us - 1890 (sic) [1892 ?]
Lengthened 41' in 1895. Scrapped at Sandwich, Ont., in 1933.
      Detroit/Wyandotte Shipbuilding Master List
      Institute for Great Lakes research
      Perrysburg, Ohio.


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became LEWISTON
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McN.E.7457
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Susan E. Peck (Propeller), U116110