Michigan (Steamboat), struck wreck and sunk, 1 May 1857
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Steamer MICHIGAN, cargo flour &c., struck the wreck of the steamer GOLDEN GATE at Erie, and filled. Property loss $3,200
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
January 28, 1858 (casualty list for 1857)
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Steamer MICHIGAN, sunk by running on the GOLDEN GATE at Erie. Raised. Property loss $3,000
Chicago Daily Press
Casualty List for 1857
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We learn from the Buffalo Commercial, of Saturday evening, that the steamer
MICHIGAN while attempting to enter Erie Harbor, ran on to the wreck of the
GOLDEN GATE, and sank. The water is shoal, and she will be got up. The clerk
proceeded to Buffalo and procured the pump belonging to the Buffalo Mutual
Insurance Co., and returned to Erie. The hull of the steamer is not insured, but
the cargo, or part of it is.
May 18, 1857
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Freight: flour &c.
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Pennsylvania, United States
- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes