The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Goodnow (Propeller), sunk by collision, 1 Jun 1869

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Propeller Tug GOODENOW, sunk in Lake Huron by collision with the bark SUNNYSIDES; got up.
      Marine Disasters on the Western
      Lakes during 1869, Capt. J.W. Hall

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      An unsuccessful attempt was made last week by the tug T.F. PARK to raise the tug GOOGENOW which was sunk some weeks since in the lake just north of Lexington. The sunken craft lies in about 80 ft. of water and the PARK will make another attempt to raise her, having left Monday night for Lexington with additional wrecking apparatus aboard.
      Port Huron Times
      July 16, 1869 3-1

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      The GOODNOW raised by the T.F. PARK off Lexington arrived in the river last week in tow of the latter tug, and was taken into Sarnia Bay where she again sank, and for several days lay with only her stern out of water. She was pumped out on Tuesday however and proceeded to Detroit that night.
      Port Huron Daily Times
      July 23, 1869

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  • Michigan, United States
    Latitude: 43.26808 Longitude: -82.53076
William R. McNeil
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Goodnow (Propeller), sunk by collision, 1 Jun 1869