The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Orlando M. Poe (Propeller), U86501, 1 May 1900


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The steamer ORLANDO M. POE, of the Bessemer fleet, was ready for service yesterday, when she left Cleveland, where she was launched. She is 490 feet overall, 50 feet beam, 29 feet deep. Tow other steamers are nearing completion for the Bessemer fleet, and both will be out before the end of June. The one to be launched at South Chicago will be the ROBERT W.E. BUNSEN and the one at West Superior the CHARLES R. VAN NISE.
      Milwaukee Wisconsin
      May 8, 1900


Steam screw GENERAL ORLANDO M. POE.* U. S. No. 86501. Of 5657 gross tons. Built at Cleveland, O., in 1900.
470.0 x 50.0 x 29.0.
      * Renamed WYCHEM 104 - U. S. - 1954
      Herman Runge List


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built, Cleveland
Date of Original:
1900
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McN.E.10917
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Orlando M. Poe (Propeller), U86501, 1 May 1900