Passaic (Propeller), U19691, collision, 9 Nov 1871
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Propeller PASSAIC, collided with an unknown barge in the River St. Clair, damaging her stem.
Marine Disasters on the Western
Lakes during 1871, Capt. J.W. Hall
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COLLISION IN RIVER St. CLAIR. - The propeller PASSAIC, collided with an unknown steam barge in the River St. Clair Thursday night, damaging her stern considerably, though not serious enought to cause her any detention. The damage sustained by the other craft was not ascertained.
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
Monday, November 13, 1871
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The propeller PASSAIC collided with an unknown steam barge in the St. Clair River Thursday night damaging her stern considerably but not seriously enough to cause her detention. The damage sustained by the other craft was not determined.
Port Huron Times
November 16, 1871
Steam screw PASSAIC. U. S. No. 19691. Of 531.61 tons gross; 411.92 tons net. Of 504 horse-power. Built Buffalo, N. Y., 1862. Home Port, Detroit, Mich.
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1884
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes