The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
E. H. Scott (Brig), 26 Mar 1844

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brig ESTHER H, SCOTT. -- This noble and beautiful brig with a full cargo on board, left this port on Tuesday for Buffalo. Her enterprising owners deserve great credit for fitting out this splendid craft thus early. Long may she "walk the waters like a thing of life," and remain as she justly is --" The pride of St. Joseph." - - - - St. Joseph Bulletin.
      Buffalo Daily Gazette
      April 8, 1844

The new brig E.H. SCOTT left St. Joseph on the 26th ult., for this port, with the following cargo: 6,000 bu. wheat, 544 bbls. flour, 79 hides.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      April 4, 1844

Brig ESTHER H. SCOTT. Of 183.73 tons. Built St. Joseph, Mich., 1843 by James J. Randall. Home port, St. Joseph, Mich. Owned by George H. Scott, of St. Joseph, Mich. 93.7 x 24.0 x 9.5 . one deck. Two masts. No figurehead. No gallery. Captain N. W. Napier.
      Builders Certificate No. 25
      issued at Detroit dated, July 15, 1843

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E. H. Scott (Brig), 26 Mar 1844