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Santiago (Schooner), U116893, 15 Jun 1899

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Capt, James Davidson has launched the schooner SANTIAGO at his ship yard at West Bay City, Mich. She is 335 feet long, 45 feet beam, 26 feet molded depth, and will have a carrying capacity of 4,700 gross tons of ore.
      The Marine Review
      June 15, 1899

Included among new vessels in the July supplement of the Inland Lloyd's Register are the following: Side-wheel steamer PENNSYLVANIA, owned by Erie and Buffalo Steamboat Co., valued at $100,000 and rated A1; steamer GLOBE (rebuilt and lengthened), Bessemer Steamship Co. of Cleveland, $220,000, A1; steel barge MANILA, Minnesota Steamship Co.. Cleveland, $175,000, A1; wooden barge SANTIAGO, James Davidson, West Bay City, $95,000, A1* steel barge JOHN SMEATON, Bessemer Steamship Co., Cleveland, $175,000, A1.
      The Marine Review
      July 6, 1899

Schooner SANTIAGO. U. S. No. 116893. Of 2600 gross tons; 2535 tons net. Built West Bay City, Mich, 1899. Home port, Duluth, Minn. 324.0 x 45.5 x 21.5
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1900

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Santiago (Schooner), U116893, 15 Jun 1899