Sunshine (Bark), collision, 25 Nov 1860
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Bark SUNSHINE, at anchor under Long Point was fouled by the schr. KENOSHA dragging into her. Damage to former $200, to latter $500. Buffalo Morning Express
March 11, 1861. (Casualty List, 1860)
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The schooner KENOSHA, at anchor under Long Point, dragged her anchors and
got foul of the bark SUNSHINE, causing considerable damage to both vessels. The
KENOSHA had her jib-boom and all her head-gear carried away, together with her
bulwarks and stanchions. She left her big anchor, and made her way to Grand
River, Canada, where she arrived in safety.
Buffalo Daily Republic
Wednesday, November 28, 1860
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Hull damage: $200
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes