The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Penobscot (Propeller), 31 Aug 1899


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      There are some forty-nine plates to be taken off the bottom of the Menominee line steamer GERMAN in dock at Chicago, as a result of con tact with rocks near Detour, and three new blades will also be required for the steamer's wheel. She will be in dock full two weeks. Repairs on the steamer PENOBSCOT at the head of the lakes will also prove expensive The PENOBSCOT is probably not a favorite with the underwriters just now, as she cost them about $15,000 at Buffalo last fall for bottom damages.
      The Marine Review
      August 31, 1899


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cost of repairs
Date of Original:
1899
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McN.E.8307
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Penobscot (Propeller), 31 Aug 1899