A. D. Thompson (Propeller), U106834, 3 Nov 1900
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The Bessemer steamer A.D. THOMPSON and barges 110 and 127 have left Ogdensburg for the ocean. The barge LIBERTY, in tow of the steamer JOHN W. GATES has left Duluth, both vessels bound for the coast. The four Algoma Central steamships going will run between Quebec and Europe during the winter but will return to the lakes in the spring.
Chicago Inter Ocean
November 3, 1900
steam screw [whaleback] A.D. THOMPSON. U. S. No. 106834. Of 1,399 gross tons; 1,075 tons net. Built West Superior, Wis., 1891. Home port, Duluth, Minn. 265.0 x 38.0 x 24.0 Of 850 indicated horsepower.
Merchant Vessel List, U. S, 1900
Whaleback bulk Propeller A.D. THOMPSON.* U.S. No. 106834. Of 1,399 gross tons; 1,075 net tons. Built at Superior June 6, 1891. 265.0 x 38.0 x 24.0 Steel built.
* Renamed BAY VIEW - U.S. - 1905. DISPOSITION:-- Converted to sand dredge in 1922 -- Scrapped at Chicago, Ill., 1936.
West Superior Shipbuilding Master List
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