The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Experiment (Propeller)


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Name EXPERIMENT
Type Propeller
Port Hamilton
Tons 89
When Built 1852
Where Built Hamilton
Builders name & date of Certificate:- Land & Routh, April 3,1852
Description of vessel:- Surveyor,Wm.Pring
      Length. 99 feet
      Breadth 17 feet
      Depth of hold 5 feet & five tenths
Length of engine-room. 35 feet & eight tenths
Tonnage of engine-room 38 tons
Decks. One
Masts One
Bowsprit Standing
Stern. Square
Figure-head Without
Masters name T.Wright
Subscribing owners:- Land & Routh of Hamilton owns all 64 shares sold to Alexander Logie of Hamilton
dated Dec.I8,I852;who sold to Land & Routh and Hiram Cook all 64 shares dated June I6, 1855
      Registers remarks:- Gone
      Port of Hamilton, Shipping Register, 1846 to 1874, Vol.362
      National Archives, Canada Microfilm reel C-2465


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Notes:
Port of Hamilton Registration
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Local identifier:
McN.E.10985
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Experiment (Propeller)