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Clyde (Steamboat), sunk, 18 Jul 1905

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C L Y D E T U R N S T U R T L E.
      WABASHA, Minn., July 19. - The steamboat CLYDE of Stillwater was struck by tornado yesterday opposite Minneiska, half way between Winona and this city. She turned completely over and sank in 18 feet of water. The crew escaped.
      The boat belonged to Bronson & Folsom of Stillwater and had in tow a raft of logs and lumber. The boat is a total loss.
      Buffalo Evening News
      July 19, 1905

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NOTE - All CLYDE's listed in the 1904 List of Merchants Vessels U. S. A. are again listed in the 1906 List, it is assumed she was raised ?

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  • Michigan, United States
    Latitude: 45.98224 Longitude: -83.88612
William R. McNeil
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Clyde (Steamboat), sunk, 18 Jul 1905