Gettysburg (Propeller), U85957, 25 May 1899
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It is understood that Alger, Smith & Co. may be asked for an explanation of the action of the steamer GETTYSBURG in towing a long raft down Lake St. Clair with no steamer to keep it straight.
The Marine Review
May 25, 1899
GETTYSBURG.* Built 1887 Bulk Propeller - Wood
U. S. No. 85957 1358 gt - 1082 nt 208.6' x 37.1' x 21,6'
Taken to coast in 1915.
* renamed (b) BARNSTABLE - US - 1916
Foundered off Tybee Light, Georgia, September 13, 1919.
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- explain log tow
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- William R. McNeil
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