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Chippewa (Propeller), U75818, sunk, 12 Aug 1920

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CHIPPEWA Propeller. Official U. S. Number 75818. Built 1875 of 43 Tons. On Aug. 12, 1920 Propeller foundered off Weavers Point, St. Lawrence River and became a total loss, no lives were lost.
      U. S. Vessels reported lost during
      the year 1921. M.V. of U. S. A, 1921

CHIPPEWA Steam Screw. Official U. S. No. 75818. Built 1875 at Philadelphia Pa. of 43 Gross Tons, 21 Net Tons. 80 Horse Power. 66.5 X 16.5 X 7. Original name JAMES W. HUSTED. Used in the in the freighting service. crew of two
      List of Merchant Vessels of the
      United States, 1918
NOTE:-- name changed in 1914.

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William R. McNeil
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Chippewa (Propeller), U75818, sunk, 12 Aug 1920