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Hazard Hartzell (Schooner), struck on a shoal, 1 Oct 1866

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HAZARD HARTZELL Schooner, struck on a shoal at Bailey's Harbor, October 1866. Property loss $350
      Casualty List for 1866---Buffalo
      Commercial Advertiser, Feb. 26, 1867

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J.H. HARTZELL Schooner of 253 Tons, owned at Buffalo by Draper & Co. Bound from Buffalo to Green Bay, went on the rocks at Bailey's harbor, November 1866. Loss to ship $1,200 insurance $800 Loss to cargo $3,800 insurance $2,000
      Marine Casualties on the Great
      Lakes 1863-1873 U. S. Coast Guard

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      SCHOONER HARTZELL. - The schooner J.H. HARTZELL sustained serious damage in her hull several days since by striking upon a rock at the entrance of Bailey's Harbor, whither she was running for shelter. She arrived here Thursday morning in a leaky condition, and after discharging cargo will be placed in Messrs. Allen & McClellan's dry dock for repairs. The HARTZELL left Buffalo some 16 days since, and her prolonged absence has caused much anxiety to her owners and those having friends on board. - Milwaukee Sentinel, Nov. 3.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Wednesday, November 7, 1866

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Reason: struck on a shoal
Hull damage: $350
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  • Wisconsin, United States
    Latitude: 45.0586 Longitude: -87.11038
William R. McNeil
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Hazard Hartzell (Schooner), struck on a shoal, 1 Oct 1866