Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 28 June 1825, page 2
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Another Steam-Boat Launch.-- On the 9th inst. the new Steam-Boat, Henry Clay, was launched at Black Rock, amidst the cheers of a large concourse of citizens and strangers, who had assembled to witness the interesting scene. This is the fifth steam-boat launched on Lake Erie, four of which have been built the present season.
The Henry Clay is a beautiful boat, of the first class, measuring upwards of 300 tons. She is intended to ply between Black Rock and this city, and will make her first trip about the first of August, under the command of capt. Walter Norton.
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- 28 June 1825
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- Dave Swayze
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