The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Alice Daly (Ferry), 1 Oct 1870


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St. Clair has a new ferry boat which is to ply between the county seat and Mooretown, near the sir hole where the railroad bridge is to build. The craft was built by LaChapelle Bros., Detroit and was named the ALICE DALY. She is 40 feet long and has an 8 foot beam and the depth of hold is the same. She is provided with an 8 horse power engine and is a beautiful model being compactly and stoutly constructed and is capable of making ten miles per hour easily and cost but $2,500. She has been running between this city and St. Clair during the fair.
      Port Huron Daily Times
      Friday, October 7, 1870


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new ferry, built Detroit
Date of Original:
1870
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McN.E.9827
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Alice Daly (Ferry), 1 Oct 1870