The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
W. G. Harrow (Propeller), U81434, 8 Apr 1893

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The Jenks Steam Boat Co., have closed a contract for the construction this winter of a fishing tug for capt. William Harrow and others. The tug will be about 95 feet long and 19 feet beam and will draw about 6 and a half feet of water. She will have double steeple compound engines and is expected to be fast. She will cost from $8,000 to $10,000.
      Port Huron Daily Times
      Friday, January 6, 1893

The tug HARROW, which had been building at the yard of the Jenks Steam Boat Co., for the past few months was successfully launched on saturday afternoon. The boat has been towed down the river and will receive a new boiler at Vincent's dock.
      Port Huron Daily Times
      Monday, April 10, 1893

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W. G. Harrow (Propeller), U81434, 8 Apr 1893