The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
P. L. Johnson (Tug), 23 Jan 1881


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Sandusky, Jan. 28. -- Messrs. Groch & Mackey, of this city, have purchased from John & Rummage, of Cleveland, the large tug P. L. JOHNSON. She is 107 feet over all, twenty-two feet beam, and has a capacity of 159 tons. She will be employed in towing barges in the Saginaw trade.
      Cleveland Herald
      Saturday, January 29, 1881

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P. L. JOHNSON, 149 tons. Built Cleveland by Lafrinier in May 1875. Owned by Gooch & M. Home port, Sandusky. Value $18,000. Class A 1½. Remarks - Tug.
      Inland lloyds Vessel Classification, 1882


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new owners
Date of Original:
1881
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McN.E.8878
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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P. L. Johnson (Tug), 23 Jan 1881