The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Theodore Vogues (Schooner), 1 Jul 1876

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A new vessel in port
A handsome trim looking schooner, the Theodore Vogues, of Black River, Ohio, arrived this morning from Cleveland with a cargo of wheat for W. H. Royce, of the Reciprocity mill. She is 103 feet in length overall 28 feet beam 8 feet 4 inches depth of hold and has a carrying capacity of 10,000 bushels of wheat. She was built at Black River, launched May 1st, and is owned by M. R. Moore of Black River and Johns Geisendorfer of Cleveland. There is a wholesome, live long appearance to the snug little craft, and at the same time a look that shows that she must trouble any craft to lead her a stern chase. Captain Moore commands the new schooner.
      Oswego Palladium
      Friday, July 28, 1876

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Theodore Vogues (Schooner), 1 Jul 1876