The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Sheridan (Propeller), 1 Jun 1865

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NEW STEAMER. -- A new steamer christened the SHERIDAN, and intended for the stave trade has been put on Lake Erie by Messrs. Robertson & Homegardner. The SHERIDAN is 110 feet 6 inches tonnage length and 98 feet registered length, by 30 breadth, 5 feet 6 inches depth, and 75 tons burthen. We have now sailing on our waters GENERAL SCOTT, GENERAL GRANT, GENERAL LYON, GENERAL SHERMAN, and SHERIDAN, all good vessels in their way, and all propelled by steam, except the first. - Cleveland Herald
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      June 30, 1865
Screw SHERIDAN. Of 502 tons, Built Sutherland, England, 1861. First home port, Boston, Mass. DISPOSITION -- LOST 1866. Formerly British STETTIN. Captured May 24, 1862. Became U. S. S. STETTIN, Sept. 4, 1863; documented as SHERIDAN July 20, 1865.
      Merchant Steam Vessels of the United States
      Lytle - Holdcamper list, 1790 to 1868

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Sheridan (Propeller), 1 Jun 1865