Angeline (Propeller), aground, 19 Jun 1906
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The stmr. ANGELINE, ore laden and headed for this port, ran aground at Point Abino, about 14 miles from here, early yesterday morning in the fog. Thus were dispatched to the scene with a lighter to begin work of unloading part of the steamers cargo. Up to a late hour last night she was still on.
Buffalo Morning Express
June 19, 1906 9-5
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STEAMER ANGELINE ON POINT ABINO.
Big Vessel, Loaded With Iron Ore, Is On The Rocks.
The big steel steamer ANGELINE, bound for Buffalo with a cargo of iron ore from up the lakes, ran on the rocks off Point Abino this morning. Dispatches from there state it will be necessary to remover her cargo before she can be floated. It is said several of her plates are stove in, but the extent of the damage is not known.
Tugs were sent to her assistance from the local towing dock. The ANGELINE is owned by the Cleveland Cliffs Company.
Buffalo Evening News
Monday, June 18, 1906
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- Reason: aground
Remarks: Got off
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes