Rover (Schooner), aground, 21 Oct 1855
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ROVER Schooner, ashore at Milwaukee. Property loss $1,000
Buffalo Morning Express
Jan. 11, 1856 (Casualty List)
THE GALE ON LAKE MICHIGAN. -- The Milwaukee sentinel of Monday, contains accounts of numerous marine disasters in that vicinity, the most serious of which is the total loss of the propeller ALLEGHENY.
The following other vessels are ashore at this port: - Schooners -- ROVER, near South Pier; J.F. PORTER, near North Point; HARVEST, near North Point.
The schooner PORTER, belonging to Mr. Eldred, of this city, with 85,000 feet of lumber, capsized off this point, the crew escaping to the shore in a small boat. The schooner ROVER is high and dry near the Government Pier. The propeller OMAR PASHA, and one or two vessels, are aground between the piers, and will be got off without damage.
Buffalo Daily Republic
Thursday, October 25, 1855
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Wisconsin, United States
- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes