Fashion (Schooner), lost deck load, 1 Oct 1854
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FASHION Schooner, in gale wind on upper lake, lost deck load pig lead, and a man. Property loss $1,000
Feb. 28, 1855 (casualty list)
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The schooner FASHION, which came in early yesterday morning, reports heavy
weather during her passage down. She had all her bulwarks and rails, and a deck
load of pig lead washed overboard. Her Captain and mate were also washed over.
The Captain was saved, but the mate was lost. His name was Leach, and he had
formerly resided in Michigan.
The Democracy, Buffalo
Tuesday, October 17, 1854
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- Reason: lost deck load
Freight: pig lead
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes