Oscar T. Flint (Propeller), U155165, fire, 25 Nov 1909
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SUBMERGED WRECK A MENACE TO NAVIGATION
Detroit, June 8. - The wreck of the steamer OSCAR T. FLINT, which burned to the water's edge in Thunder Bay, Lake Huron, last fall, and sank about a mile and a half off Alpena, is causing considerable anxiety to vessel masters who navigate in that vicinity. Recently the steamer S.C. McLOUTH stripped her wheel on a projection of the wreck while entering Alpena, and the case has been reported to Col. Townsend. The contract for the removal of the remains of the FLINT was let nearly a month ago, but no action has been taken by the contractor so far. Vessel masters are warned to keep a sharp lookout for the wreck, as it is not marked by any flags or lanterns.
Buffalo Evening News
June 8, 1910
Steam screw OSCAR T. FLINT. U. S. No. 155165. Of 823 tons gross. Built 1889. On November 25, 1909 vessel burned at Alpena, Mich. With 12 persons on board, no lives were lost.
Loss Reported of American Vessels
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1910
Steam screw OSCAR T. FLINT. U. S. No. 155165. Of 823 tons gross; 700 tons net. Built 1889 at St. Clair, Mich. Home port, Duluth, Minn. 218.0 x 37.0 x 14.0 Of 500 indicated horse-power. Crew of 14.
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1909
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- Reason: fire
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Michigan, United States
- William R. McNeil
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