The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Phenix (Schooner), 2 Sep 1868

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THE 'SCUD' -- The SCUD is the name of a rather finely constructed fore-and-after, that made our harbor for the first time yesterday. She was loaded with 192 tons of coal from Oswego.
A new schooner named the PHEONIX, hailing from Henderson, N. Y., is also here on her maiden voyage.
      Chicago Tribune
      Wednesday, September 2, 1868
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The new scow PHEONIX, Capt. George W. Reed, made this port on Sunday, with lumber from Menominee. She measures 125 feet over-all, 26 foot beam and 8 foot 6 inches in depth, in the lowest place, and 211.78 tons burden. She cost in the neighborhood of $16,000 and is the property of Reed, Mixer and Armstrong, of Henderson, N. Y.
      Chicago Tribune
      Monday, September 14, 1868
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PHENIX. U. S. Official No. 20224, of 211.78 tons. Home port, Henderson, N. Y.
      List of merchant Vessels of the
      U. S. of America, for 1869 & 1871

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Phenix (Schooner), 2 Sep 1868