Prince Albert (Steamboat), C33544, 15 May 1854
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The Quebec Mercury of the 9th inst., announces that Mr. Wilson has purchased a splendid new steamer, the PRINCE ALBERT, built for the Rochester and Toronto line. She is intended to run between Montreal and Quebec.
Buffalo Daily Republic
Monday, May 15, 1854
Passenger & freight steamer PRINCE ALBERT. Built Montreal 1843. Official Canada No. 33544. Of 175 x 25 x 8, about 193 tons gross. Sold to U. S.,in 1865 [ a blockade runner]
Preliminary List of Canadian Steamships 1809 - 1930
Paddle-wheel steamer PRINCE ALBERT. U. S. No. 672. Built foreign [date unknown]. First U. S. Home port, New Orleans, La. NOTATIONS - Lost 1867.
Merchant Steam Vessels of the U. S. 1790 - 1868
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes