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Red, White & Blue (Bark), U56571, aground, 24 Nov 1871


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Bark RED, WHITE & BLUE, ashore mouth of Detroit River; pulled off.
      Marine Disasters on the Western
      Lakes during 1871, Capt. J.W. Hall

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      AGROUND. - The bark RED, WHITE & BLUE, while entering the Detroit River Friday morning in a tow with six others, ran had aground on Bois Blanc Island. She is coal laden, and will doubtless have to lighter, before getting off. The tug WINSLOW has gone to her assistance.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      Monday, November 27, 1871

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      NOT OFF YET. - The bark RED, WHITE & BLUE, which got aground on Friday at the mouth of the Detroit River, has not been released up to Saturday afternoon. The cargo is being lightered, and with the assistance of the tug WILCOX the getting of the bark afloat in a day or two is reduced to a certainty.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      Tuesday, November 28, 1871

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Schooner RED, WHITE, and BLUE. U.S. No. 56571. Of 38.78 tons gross; 36.85 tons net. Built at Oakley, Mich., in 1887. Home port, Port Huron, Mich. 70.0 x 16.3 x 3.9
      Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1895


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Reason: aground
Lives: nil
Freight: coal
Remarks: Got off
Date of Original:
1871
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Local identifier:
McN.W.6609
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Red, White & Blue (Bark), U56571, aground, 24 Nov 1871