The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL), 17 November 1883

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Early yesterday morning the schooner Regulator of this port was cast on the beach about twenty miles south of St. Joseph almost opposite Chicago. The schooner was bound here from White Lake, with a cargo of lumber. A telegram from her captain states that on leaving the vessel one man was drowned. The balance of the crew escaped. The vessel is in bad shape, being firmly imbedded in the sand and full of water. The Regulator ranks among the better class of lumber vessels, and is owned by Capt. E. Halberson. She was built at Buffalo in 1866 and extensively repaired last year. She is insured for $3,000.

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17 November 1883
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Robert C. Myers
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Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL), 17 November 1883