Dawn (Scow), U35430, aground, 1 Oct 1883
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The schooner DAWN, which went to Pelee to get a cargo of wood, went aground at a point west of Dwelle's dock, on the south side of that Island, on Sunday. he vessel is owned and commanded by Captain J. Larned, of Sandusky. At latest advices she has not sustained any material damage. The tug MYSTIC expects to go over to her and pull her off, Collector McCormick, of that port, having given permission to allow an American tug to release her. - - - Sandusky Register.
J.W. Hall Great Lakes Marine Scrapbook, October, 1883.
During a gale Sunday the Scow DAWN, owned by Captain Larned, of this port, dragged her anchors and went hard aground at Pelee Island, to which place she had gone from here to get a cargo of wood. She is not much damaged. The tug MYSTIC expects to go over and pull her off. Collector McCormick, ot that port, having given his consent to allow an American tug to release her. - Sandusky Report.
Nov. 1, 1883
Schooner DAWN. U. S. No. 35430. Of 55.87 tons gross. Home port, Sandusky.
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1885
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- William R. McNeil
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