The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Charlotte (Schooner), 1 Jun 1853

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NEW VESSEL:-- We notice a very fine new schooner from Sheboygan, named the CHARLOTTE, made her first appearance in port yesterday. She is a beautiful specimen of naval architecture, built in the strongest manner, and with all the modern improvements. Her dimensions are, 89 feet keel, 23 feet beam, 8 1/2 feet hold, and measures 168 tons. She has capacity for 100,000 feet of lumber. The CHARLOTTE is owned by John S. Harvey, esq., of Sheboygan, was built by Dennis Boprey,[sic] Esq., and is commanded by Capt. Tinsler. Michigan Sentinel, 27th.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      July 2, 1853
Schooner CHARLOTTE. Of 153 tons. Built Sheboygan 1853 by Beaupree. Owned by Harvey. Home port, Sheboygan. Value $3,700. Class, B 1
      Board of Lake Underwriters
      Lake Vessel Register, 1860


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Charlotte (Schooner), 1 Jun 1853