Nebraska (Propeller), collision, 3 Jan 1869
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Propeller NEBRASKA, damaged by collision with Bark WELLS during a freshet at Buffalo.
Marine Disasters on the Western
Lakes during 1869, Capt. J.W. Hall
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BUFFALO RIVER. - The ice in Buffalo River, broke up about five minutes past ten, on Saturday night with a tremendous crash.
The propeller NEBRASKA lying at the Marine Dock, broke loose from her moorings and started down the river, and running into the bark C.J. WELLS, tore away her head-gear, pulled out the piles to which she was attached, and ripped off six stancions on the port quarter. The WELLS is damaged to the amount of $300 or $400.
The Buffalo Evening Post
Friday, January 11, 1869 2 - 3
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New York, United States
- William R. McNeil
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