John Marshall (Steamboat), lost smoke pipes, 10 Sep 1841
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PIPE BLOWN OFF.---The small steamboat JOHN MARSHALL, from Perrysburgu, (O.) on its way to Sacket's Harbor, encountered a squall, on Friday night, which blew the smoke pipe, or chimney off within a foot of her deck--the whole going overboard. She put into this port for the purpose of refitting,---Adv.
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
Wednesday, September 16, 1841 p3 col.6
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes