The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
White Squall (Schooner), U26248, 1853

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NEW VESSEL. -- The Chicago Demnocrat says the clipper schooner WHITE CLOUD, commanded by Captain G.W. Smith, made her first appearance in that harbor on Tuesday last. She came out last october, and was built at Clayton by John Oades, for her present owners, Messrs. Van Sicklen & Co., of Detroit. She is 350 tons, and sails well. Her mate, the WHITE SQUALL, owned by the same parties, is expected there daily.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      May 16, 1854
Schooner WHITE SQUALL. U. S. No. 26248. Of 211.53 tons gross. Built Clayton, N.Y. 1853 by John Oades. Two masts. 131.0 x 25.3 x 10.4 -- Sunk by collision Saginaw Bay 1872
      Herman Runge List
Schooner WHITE SQUALL. U. S. No. 26248. Of 211.53 tons gross. Home port, Detroit, Mich. _ Listed as lost 1872.
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1873

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White Squall (Schooner), U26248, 1853