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Lyman C. Smith (Propeller), U202056, aground, 9 Sep 1915


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SMITH, LYMAN C. Steamer, in trying to avoid the Steamer HARVEY H. BROWN which went ashore on the West bank of the Livingstone Channel, the SMITH struck the East bank, losing shoe and rudder, September 9, 1915. She was towed to Toledo and docked. Out of commission for 10 days.
      The Marine Review
      February 1916


      Steam screw LYMAN C. SMITH. U. S. No. 202056. Of 6,200 tons gross; 4,916 tons net. Built Wyandotte, Mich., 1905. Home port, Oswego, N.Y. 525.0 x 55.2 x 31.0 Steel built. Crew of 23. Of 1,800 indicated horsepower. Freight service.
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1915
     


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Reason: aground
Remarks: Damaged
Date of Original:
1915
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McN.W.9877
Language of Item:
English
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Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Lyman C. Smith (Propeller), U202056, aground, 9 Sep 1915