The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Ann Marie (Schooner), 10 Oct 1863


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Capt. Capron launched on Saturday last, at Conneaut Harbor, a vessel, whether schooner, bark, brig or ship we are not told, called the ANN MARIE, of length of keel 128 ft. 2 inches; breadth of beam, 25 ft. 2 inches; depth of hold 21 1/2 ft., which the Reporter says is one of the best vessels that ever floated. She was modeled by Capt. Thayer of Ashtabula.
      Ashtabula Telegraph
      October 10, 1863 3-3
     


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launch Conneaut
Date of Original:
1863
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McN.E.8596
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Ann Marie (Schooner), 10 Oct 1863