Milton D. Ward (Steamboat), U90162, collision, 20 Jul 1871
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MILTON D. WARD, Steamer, and ferry HOPE collided at Detroit; damage slight.
Marine Disasters of the Western
Lakes during 1871, Capt. J.W. Hall.
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The stmr. MILTON D. WARD, on leaving Detroit Thursday night (7/20), collided with the ferry HOPE, damaging the former's stem.
Buffalo Morning Express
July 24, 1871
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STEAMER DAMAGED. - The steamer MILTON D. WARD, on leaving this port Thursday night came in collision with the ferry steamer HOPE, damaging the former's stern. Captain Lathop states he gave two sounds to his whistle, which were repeated, neither of which were responded to by the HOPE, the WARD in the meantime having stopped to avoid a collision. We trust that the HOPE may be enabled to give a satisfactory explanation. - Detroit Free Press.
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
Monday, July 24, 1871
Steam Paddle MILTON D. WARD. U. S. No. 90162. Of 538.31. Of 500 horse-power. Home port, Detroit, Mich.
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1871
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Michigan, United States
- William R. McNeil
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