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Siberia (Propeller), U115848, damaged cargo, 6 May 1884

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The SIBERIA with her cargo of damaged wheat arrived here yesterday and was immediately taken to Niagara elevator A to be unloaded. The SIBERIA took on her cargo of wheat last fall and while on her way for this port was struck by a gale off Kewenaw Pt., lost her rudder, and drifted nearly 200 miles. She finally brought up and wintered at Sault Ste. Marie. She took on 60,000 bushels of wheat at Duluth, but left 14,000 bushels at the Sault, and delivered in the elevator here 45, 473 bushels, partly damaged. There is still 600 bushels of wet wheat in the hold. The grain was consigned to Cyrus, Mark & Co., Schoelkopf & Mathews, and Campbell & Radcliffe, and was insured by Crosby & Dimick.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      May 6, 1884 3-5
      SIBERIA, Official U. S. Number 115848, Propeller of 1892 gross tons, 1461 net tons. Built 1882 at West Bay City. Home port, Cleveland. 272 x 39 x 22.5. Crew of 15.
      List of American Vessels
      of the United States, 1904

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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 42.808333 Longitude: -79.718333
William R. McNeil
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Siberia (Propeller), U115848, damaged cargo, 6 May 1884