Cadillac (Propeller), U126876, 1 Apr 1892
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The steel steamer being built at Chicago for the Cleveland Cliffs Mining Company will be known as the PIONEER, and the sister boat, building at Detroit, as the CADILLAC.
April 1, 1892
CADILLAC.* Built May 24, 1892. Bulk propeller - Steel
U. S. No. 126876. 1263 gt - 1o68 nt. 230' x 37.2' x 15.3'
* Renamed [b] CADILLAC - Canada - 1913 [C138230]
[c] MAPLEHURST - Canada - 1920
Driven ashore near West Breakwater, Portage Ship Canal, Lake Superior, December 1, 1922, and broke in half; 11 lives lost.
Chicago Steam Boat Co. Master Shipbuilding List
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- building, Detroit
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes