The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Florence M. Dickinson (Barge), U24109, 7 Apr 1881


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The first vessel owner to take advantage of the new act for the changing of a vessel's name, is Captain H. D. Blanchard, who has had the schooner T. U. BRADBURY changed to FLORENCE M. DICKINSON. The name of the GRACE McMILLAN has not yet been changed, although it soon will be.
      Cleveland Herald
      Thursday, April 7, 1881


NOTE: The T. U. BRADBURY was listed as a propeller in 1877, but according to the above, it became a sail vessel under that name, by 1881. The steamer GRACE McMILLAN became IDLEWILD


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Newspaper
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ex T. U. BRADBURY
Date of Original:
1881
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McN.E.8945
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Florence M. Dickinson (Barge), U24109, 7 Apr 1881