Marsala (Schooner), U93021, disabled, 29 Nov 1905
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Port Huron, Dec. 2. - The schooner MARSALA, which was dropped in Lake Huron by the steamer MAUNALOA in the gale Tuesday, was towed into the river yesterday. She had dropped anchor in 50 fathoms of water and had ridden out the gale, with no damage except that the steering gear was disabled. She was picked up Thursday by the steamers MORSE and MALIETOA, which turned the ship over to the NEILSON.
Buffalo Evening News
December 2, 1905
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Steel Schooner Barge MARSALA. U. S. No. 93021. Of 5,039 tons. Built Chicago 1900 by Chicago Shipbuilding Co. Home port, Ashtabula. 436.0 X 50.0 x 28.6
Merchant Vessel List, U. S. 1903
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- William R. McNeil
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