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John Crerar (Propeller), U200089, 1 Aug 1903


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The last of the vessels built at South Chicago for the Great Lakes & St. Lawrence Transportation Company, the propeller JOHN CRERAR, leaves the shipyard today. She will take a cargo of Grain from Chicago to Quebec.
      Buffalo Evening News
      August 1, 1903
     
     
      JOHN CRERAR.* Built June 22, 1903 Bulk Canal Propeller -Steel
U.S. No. 200089 1550 gt -955 nt 241' x 41' x 15.6'
* Renamed (b) FOURAS -French -1916
      (c ) GLENGARNOCK -Can -1921 (C 145466)
      (d) COURTRIGHT -Can -1927
Converted to tanker in 1940
      (e) CEDARBRANCH -Can -1940
      (f) EMPIRE NEWT - British -1946
Scrapped at Inverkeithing, England, in 1946.
      Chicago Steam Boat Co., Shipbuilding Master list
      Institute for Great Lakes Research
      Perrysburg, Ohio.


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new vessel
Date of Original:
1903
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McN.E.10947
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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John Crerar (Propeller), U200089, 1 Aug 1903