The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Pewabic (Propeller), 3 Mar 1892


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      Capt. John Quinn, the Detroit diver, said that he did not think the PEWABIC had been found, when the copper laden wreck was mentioned to him. "It is not very difficult to find a wreck in the locality were Pelkey lost his life," said he. "I know of three wrecks around there, the WATER WITCH, W. R. COLBURN and the DETROIT, and any one not acquainted with the boats could easily be mistaken. But my chief reason for believing that the PEWABIC has not been found, is that the boat is in deeper water than those treasure seekers claim they found."
      The Marine Review
      March 3, 1892


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Notes:
divers remarks
Date of Original:
1892
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McN.E.9316
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Pewabic (Propeller), 3 Mar 1892