The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
George E. Hartnell (Schooner), U86348, 2 Apr 1896


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Not much importance is attached of late to launches at the ship yard of the Chicago Ship Building Co. The steel schooner GEO. E. HARTNELL, which is being built for the Northwestern Transportation Co. of Detroit, to tow behind the steamer S. R. KIRBY, was launched at South Chicago Saturday without even a newspaper announcement of the fact before hand. The HARTNELL is 366 feet over all, 352 feet keel, 44 feet beam and 26 feet moulded depth, and will carry about 4,000 tons on 141 feet draft.
      Marine Review
      April 2, 1896


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launch, South Chicago
Date of Original:
1896
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McN.E.10249
Language of Item:
English
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William R. McNeil
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George E. Hartnell (Schooner), U86348, 2 Apr 1896