The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
E. T. Carrington (Steamboat), U135211, 15 Apr 1876

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A STEAMER LAUNCHED AT BAY CITY. -- A special dispatch to the Free Press, dated Bay City, April 15th. says: The new side-wheel steamer E. T. CARRINGTON, built for the Rifle River Boom Company, was launched at Ballentine & Co.'s shipyard today. She is eighty feet long, seventeen feet beam, five hold, cost $5,000, and has the machinery of the old MARY REID.
      Cleveland Herald
      Tuesday, April 18, 1876

Steamer E. T. CARRINGTON, of 58 tons. Built Bay City in 1875 by Boston. Owned by R.R. Boom Co. Home port, Bay City. Value, $5,000. Class A 2.
Association of Lake Underwriters
Lake Hull Register, 1879

Steam screw E.T. CARRINGTON. U. S. No. 135211. Of 57.77 tons gross; 48.41 tons net. Built Bangor, Mich., 1876. Home port, Port Huron, Mich. 76.0 x 17.0 x 5.7
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1891

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E. T. Carrington (Steamboat), U135211, 15 Apr 1876