The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Democracy (Buffalo, NY), August 1, 1854

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The propeller BOSTON, Capt. McNett, was run into by a schooner on Friday night last, off Oak Orchard, and sunk. She went down in 15 minutes after being struck. The propeller had a full cargo of flour, pork, wheat and corn, and was owned by the Ogdensburg Railroad Co. The passengers and crew, 25 in number arrived at the mouth of the Genesee River about 9:00 on Saturday evening, having been on the lake, in an open boat, nearly 24 hours.

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William R. McNeil
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Democracy (Buffalo, NY), August 1, 1854