Ploughboy (Steamboat), disabled, 1 Aug 1863
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Steamer PLOUGHBOY, broke machinery on Georgian Bay, was brought to an anchor and a boat sent for assistance was swamped and three men drowned.
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
Wednesday, January 20, 1864
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Collingwood, C. W., Aug. 14. -- The steamer CLIFTON, with an excursion party on board, is reported ashore near Penetanguishene. No lives lost.
The steamer PLOUGHBOY, due since this day week, has not been heard from, and fears are entertained that she was wrecked in the gale of Tuesday.
Buffalo Evening Courier & Republic
Friday, August 14, 1863
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- Reason: disabled
Hull damage: $5,000
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes