W. F. P. Taylor (Steamboat), aground, 1 Sep 1838
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WRECK. -- The Chicago American states that the steamboat W. F. P. TAYLOR has gone ashore at Michigan City, and will probably not be got off for running. The boat lies outside of the pier, and it is generally believed that she is broke in the middle and rendered useless for future service.
Cleveland Daily Herald & Gazette
Saturday, September 15, 1838; 2:4
WILLIAM F. P. TAYLOR is the proper name of this vessel.
SUPPOSED BURNED IN 1842 ?
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes