Nevada (Propeller), C95225, aground, 2 May 1910
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THREE BOATS AGROUND
Montreal, May 3. - Three boats went aground in the heavy weather yesterday. They are the steamer ODLAND for Toronto with coal, aground just west of Lachine Canal; steamer NEVADA, light from Kingston, aground near Lancaster Lake, and the steamer BOTHNIA, from Oswego, with coal, eight miles above Goteau. Lighters have been sent from here.
Buffalo Evening News
May 3, 1910
Screw NEVADA. Official Canada No. 95225. Of 1,276 gross tons; 794 tons reg. Built Leith, Scotland, 1890. Home port, Montreal, Que. 230.0 x 34.1 x 19.5 Of 99 horsepower. Owned by Nevada Shipping Co., Halifax, N. S.
List of Vessels on the Registry Books of the
Dominion of Canada on December 31, 1920
NOTE:-- NEVADA sunk in Atlantic, Jan. 1944
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- William R. McNeil
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