The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Venus (Propeller), aground, 21 Jul 1901

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Port Huron, July 8 - The tug BOSCOBEL was to get $600 or nothing for one hours work in getting the WAVERLY off the beach at False Presque Isle. Before the end of the hour the WAVERLY floated. She went ashore in trying to release the stmr. VENUS, which stranded at that point last Friday.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      July 9, 1901 2-4

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      Cleveland, July 20 - Temporary repairs will be made on the steel steamer GILCHRIST at Lorain, and she will sail tomorrow. The stmr. VENUS which was ashore at False Presque Isle recently, will be in drydock about 12 days making repairs. There are 23 damaged plates which must be taken off.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      July 21, 1901 2-4

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Reason: aground
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William R. McNeil
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Venus (Propeller), aground, 21 Jul 1901