The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
H. E. Howe (Bark), collision, 1 May 1858

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ACCIDENT TO THE BARQUE "H.E. HOWE",---The Barque HOWE, on Saturday afternoon collided with the propeller OWEGO, and broke off the top of her foremast.
      Cleveland Morning leader
      May 31, 1858

The bark H.E. HOWE is now at Chatham taking on black walnut lumber. She will take on there as much as she can carry over the bar at the mouth of the river, and will then fill up with staves at this port. These two vessels (C.J. KERSHAW) are the last of Capt. Pierce's Liverpool fleet. Detroit Tribune, Saturday
      Cleveland Morning leader
      June 7, 1858

Bark H.E. HOWE, sailed Europe 1858, sold London 1860
      Hist., of the Great Lakes", Beers p. 837

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  • Wisconsin, United States
    Latitude: 43.38722 Longitude: -87.87564
William R. McNeil
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H. E. Howe (Bark), collision, 1 May 1858